Overexpression of the ferritin iron-responsive element decreases the labile iron pool and abolishes the regulation of iron absorption by intestinal epithelial (Caco-2) cells.

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Transport of iron and other transition metals into cells as revealed by a fluorescent probe.

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Chelation of iron within the erythrocytic Plasmodium falciparum parasite by iron chelators.

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The cellular labile iron pool and intracellular ferritin in K562 cells.

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Nramp 2 (DCT1/DMT1) expressed at the plasma membrane transports iron and other divalent cations into a calcein-accessible cytoplasmic pool.

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