Ions Métalliques en Biologie Et en Médecine: Cinquième Symposium International Sur Les Ions Métalliques en Biologie Et en Médecine, Neuherberg-Munich, Allemagne, 8-10 Mai 1998, Volume 5

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John Libbey Eurotext, Jan 1, 1998 - Metal ions - 775 pages
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Every two years, the world's leading specialists meet to exchange information on the most recent advances in understanding metals and the part they play in treating some diseases, especially cancer. Most of the elements in our environment are metals. Some are essential for life, such as copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, nickel and zinc; others are toxic, such as arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury. This book aims to help advance our knowledge of the role of metal ions in a number of fields in biology and medicine. It reproduces the papers given at the International Symposium on Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine organised in Munich in May 1998.
 

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Contents

Nonheme iron determination in biological samples on eviden
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Determination of iron in human fingernails by electrothermal
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optimization of an
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Analytical determination of blood silicon in patients with sili
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Determination of silicon in biological tissues
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Regulation of the Cop operon of Enteroccocus Hirae by
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Roles of metallothionein in cellular metabolism
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Influence of cobalt II and rhenium V complexes on ionic
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Zinc status in pregnancies associated with neural tube defects
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Aluminium mobilization effects of desferrioxamine and
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Mobilization of polonium210 by meso23dimercaptosucci
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Supralittoral crustaceans as bioindicators of quality of
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Chromium in tea leaves
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Significance of environmental conditions in the mercury toxici
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Detoxification of cadmium ions in Campylobacter
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Nickel levels in different acidulated solutions and saliva as
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Homeostatic regulation of fractional zinc absorption
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Stimulation of survival capacity in heat treated cells by subse
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Homeostatis
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Is zinc a cellular mediator in the regulation of apoptosis
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Distribution of zinc and copper administered in thiocyanate
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Effect of inositolhexaphosphoric acid phytic acid on the dis
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Bioavailability and safety of selenium supplements
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The effect of age and sex on copper and zinc content
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Role of metallothionein on Zn Cd and Cu accumulation
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Comparative tissue distribution of bismuth salts in the
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Teratogenicity and embryotoxicity of metals in humans
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In vivo evaluation of titanium craniofacial microplates
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The protective role of NADH on chromium VI induced
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Distribution of human plasma selenium and its role in
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On the importance of the preanalytical steps in clinical trace
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Immunomodulation of sperm quality by zinc is a T helper
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DIABETES
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Metals are involved in insulindependent diabetes mellitus
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Influence of diabetes mellitus and the evolution period on tis
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The role of iron in diabetes and coronary heart disease
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Hepatic iron Fe retention in copper Cudeficient rats is
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