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Oxidative Stress at Birth Is Associated with the Concentration of Iron and Copper in Maternal Serum
Oxidative stress (OS) in the foetal and neonatal periods leads to many disorders in newborns and in later life. The nutritional status of pregnant women is considered to be one of the key factors that triggers OS. We investigated the relationship between the concentration of selected mineral elements in the blood of pregnant women and the concentration of 3′nitrotyrosine (3′NT) as a marker of OS in the umbilical cord blood of newborns. The study group consisted of 57 pregnant women and theirdoi:10.3390/nu13051491 pmid:33924889 fatcat:xmimiofqnng5lbnw76pgtmfmey