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In public health studies limited volumes of blood are often collected and stored for future hypothesis testing. Archived samples are irreplaceable and therefore it is valuable to develop analytical techniques that require minimal sample volume. This work describes the measurement of trace elements Mg, Cu, Fe, Zn and ultratrace elements Cd, Co, Mn, Pb in limited quantity (150 µL) human serum or plasma samples. Samples were digested using a hotblock and analyzed using inductively coupled plasmadoi:10.4236/ajac.2012.39084 fatcat:a6hmrpbu3ze47ik3o7txcvs5cy