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Dr. Maria Linder

Selected Publications

Linder, M.C. (2010) Nutritional biochemistry of copper, with emphasis on the perinatal period. In: Biochemical Aspects of Human Nutrition (L. Avigliano and L. Rossi, eds.), ISBN 978-81-7895-478-3. Transworld Research Network, Trivandrum, Kerala, India, pp.143-179, in press

Moriya, M., Ho, Y-H., Grana, A., Nguyen, L., Alvarez, A., Jamil,, R., Ackland, M.L., Michalczyk, A., Hamer, P., Ramos,, D. Kim, S., Mercer, J.F.B., and Linder, M.C. (2008) Copper is taken up efficiently from albumin and alpha-2-macroglobulin by cultured human cells by more than one mechanism.  Am. J. Physiol. (Cell Physiology) 295: 708-721.

Liu, N.M., Lo, L.S.L., Askary, S.H., Jones, L.T., Nguyen, T.T.M., Kidane, T.Z., Goforth, J., Vivas, E., Tsai, M.T., Westbrook, T. and Linder, M.C.  (2007) Transcuprein is a macroglobulin regulated by copper availability. J. Nutritional Biochem. 18: 597-608.

Kidane,, T.Z., Sauble, E. and Linder, M.C. (2006) In three cell types, release of iron from ferritin requires lysosomal activity.  Am. J. Physiol. (Cell Biol.) 291: C445-C455. 

Donley, S.A., Ilagan, B.J., Rim, H. and Linder, M.C. (2002)  Copper transport to mammary gland and milk during lactation in rats.  Am. J. Physiol. (Endoc. Metab.), 283, E667-E675.