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Several diseases can be linked to inbalances in trace metals, e.g. Cu to Parkinson and Prion diseases and Cu, Zn and Fe to Alzheimers disease. The analytical techniques needed to measure Cu and Zn isotopes precisely have only been developed in the last five years.
It has been highlighted that transition metal isotopes could be used to examine processes by which metals are transported through human bodies. This implies that these isotopes could provide important insights into the pathways and controls on metals in biological substances.
Our intention is to use such knowledge to establish links between these metals and diseases.
Structured keywords and research groupings
- Cabot Institute City Futures Research
- Cabot Institute Environmental Change Research
- Cabot Institute Food Security Research
- Cabot Institute Low Carbon Energy Research
- Cabot Institute Natural Hazards and Disasters Research
- Cabot Institute Water Research
THE AGE, STRUCTURE, ORIGINS AND EVOLUTION OF THE ANTARTIC CONTINENT: NEW INSIGHTS FROM DETRITAL ZIRCONS
1/11/07 → 1/02/11
1/10/07 → 1/10/10
Hawkesworth, C. J., 1 Feb 2019, In : Gondwana Research. 66, p. 116-125 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article (Academic Journal)16 Citations (Scopus)
Hawkesworth, C., Cawood, P. A. & Dhuime, B., Jan 2019, In : Geoscience Frontiers. 10, 1, p. 165-173 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)Open AccessFile48 Citations (Scopus)372 Downloads (Pure)
Sediment contribution in post-collisional high Ba-Sr magmatism: Evidence from the Xijing pluton in the Alxa block, NW ChinaZhang, L., Zhang, H., Hawkesworth, C., Luo, B., Yang, H., Xu, W., Guo, L., Pan, F., Gao, Z. & Tao, L., May 2019, In : Gondwana Research. 69, p. 177-192 16 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)