The effect of acute stress on chronically and non chronically stressed animals was investigated in relation to Cu and Zn levels in serum, liver and spleen. No significant effect on Zn was found. Cu in serum is affected by the acute stress but not by the chronic stress. The results reflect a low sensitivity of the changes of metal levels to this kind of experimental stress, especially in the organs.
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 1981|