in skeletal muscle and bone ~85-90%: in skin and liver 8-10%: in other tissues the rest %
||Human Homo sapiens
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||P.25 left column top paragraph: "Zinc is one of the most important trace elements found in all body tissues and secretions in relatively high concentrations. The average amount of zinc in the adult body is approximately 1.5–2.5 g. About 85–90 % of total body zinc is found in skeletal muscle and bone, 8–10 % in the skin and the liver and the rest of the zinc in other tissues (primary source Chasapis et al. 2012)."