Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine: Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine, Held in the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary, Europe, on May 18-22, 2004

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John Libbey Eurotext, 2004 - 568 pages
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8th International Congress on Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine, Budapest, Hungary 18 to 22 May 2004. Every two years, the world's leading specialists meet exchange information on the most recent advances in understanding metals and the part they play in treating some diseases. This book aims to help advance our knowledge of the role of metal ions in a number of fields in biology and medicine.
 

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Health risk assessment and management of mercury poisoning
8
Health risk assessment and management of arsenic toxicity and carcino
14
The geochemical evidences to prove that livestock poisoning in Suchow
21
Accumulation of heavy metals by the soil bacterium Azospirillum brasi
30
Determination of silicon in human whole blood by electrothermal atomic
37
Selenium speciation research in Hungary
43
Interaction of natural and synthetic auxins with iron III in aqueous solu
51
binding patterns of vana
63
Influence of copper ions on the morphophysiological properties of pro
139
Bacteria diversity and function of a river impacted by chromium conta
150
Effects of different Cr VI exposures on the viability and growth rates
154
Copper determination in fresh vegetables and fruits produced
161
Assessment of the heavy metals in the food from Eastern Romania area
169
Concentration of macro and micro elements in different varieties
178
Uptake and translocation of arsenic in cucumber plants grown
186
Overdetermination of genetic formulas of plant quantitative traits under
193

computational study of
74
IFN gamma secreted by zinc induced murine spleen cells during mice
85
A comparison of lead and cadmium accumulation in renal epithelial
96
Evaluation of metal toxicity on primary mouse Leydig cells in culture
106
Endpoints to study metal toxicity on human ovarian granulosa cells in vitro
114
Mercuryinduced externalization of phosphatidylserine in human liver
123
new approach to mecha
131
Contents
Study of graft rejection using molecular biology techniques C Vanden Broecke
11
Liver transplantation Immunological aspects of preservation and liver
27
Immunological indices of human liver allograft rejection D H Adams
43
complementary
59
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