Elemental Analysis of Biological Systems: Biological, Medical, Environmental, Compositional, and Methodological Aspects, Volume 1

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CRC Press, 31 de mai de 1989 - 256 páginas
The purpose of this volume is to emphasize the fact that biological trace element research is a multidisciplinary science which requires a prudent combination of biological insight and analytical awareness. The text frequently stresses that accurate measurements on biologically and analytically "valid" samples hold the key for success in future investigations. It reminds the analytical scientists and the life sciences researchers that their perceptions should extend beyond conventional limits - namely, the former as generators of data and the latter as interpreters of those findings. This book enables the reader to understand the intricacies of elemental composition studies in biological systems, and also provides a valuable source of information to biologists, biochemists, physicians, nutritionists and related scientific workers who intend to draw meaningful conclusions from the analytical findings.
 

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Chapter
1
Concluding Remarks
7
Need for Elemental Analysis in Biological Systems
13
Chapter 3
19
VIII
25
Digestive System Gastrointestinal Tract
26
References
50
Some Selected Examples of Elemental Monitoring
63
Concluding Remarks
105
Chapter 7
111
Internal Quality Control
119
Biological Reference Materials
128
Concluding Remarks
138
Chapter 8
145
Concluding Remarks
152
Definition of Normal vs Reference Values
155

Chapter 5
71
Concluding Remarks
78
Choice of Analytical Methods
84
Individual Methods
91
Concluding Remarks
189
Biological and Dietary Reference Materials for Use in Bioinorganic Analytical Quality
199
References
228
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