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  • ROLE OF IRON IN CARCINOGENESIS, AND ANTICARCINOGENIC EFFECT OF IRON COMPOUNDS. Part II. Iron metabolism regulation in mammals. Anticarcinogenic effect of iron compounds  
  • M. Poljak-Blaži 2-11.

  • FEATURES OF ELEMENT STATUS IN CHILDREN WITH THE ENDEMIC GOITER IN MAGADAN  
  • A. L. Gorbachev, A.V. Skalny, M.V. Veldanova, А.V. Efimova, E.A. Lugovaya 12-19.

  • FEATURES OF HYPERTENSION FREQUENCY IN BIOGEOCHEMICAL REGIONS OF CHUVASHIA  
  • O.P. Chepurnaya 20–23.

  • HYGIENIC PROBLEMS OF MERCURY SAFETY: METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF MERCURY MONITORING & NONINVASIVE TESTING  
  • T.V. Yudina, S.Yu. Gladkov, N.E. Fedorova, M.V. Egorova 24-32.

  • PECULIARITIES OF YAKUTS HAIR CHEMICAL COMPOSITION IN ENDEMIC FOCUS OF VILYUI ENCEPHALOMYELITIS  
  • A.A. Istomin, A.A. Zhavoronkov, A.V. Skalny, V.P. Alekseev 33–34.

  • HYGIENICAL ESTIMATION OF TRACE ELEMENT STATUS OF CHILDREN LIVING IN AN INDUSTRIAL TOWN  
  • B.V. Limin, A.A. Golenkov, I.O. Myasnikov, A.A. Tereshchenko, N.N. Malyshev, T.V. Karlova 35–37.

  • REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION OF ALUMINIUM IN THE RAT BRAIN: INFLUENCE OF VITAMIN E  
  • M.G. Abubakar, A. Taylor, D.G.A. Ferns 38-40.

  • ANTICARCINOGENIC AND ANTITUMOR ACTIVITIES OF GERMANIUM-SELECTIVE DRUGS OF GINSENG  
  • V.G. Bespalov, V.A. Alexandrov, L.V. Mironova, A.Yu. Limarenko, L.I. Slepyan, V.V. Davydov 41-44.

  • DIFFERENT SENSITIVITY OF BOVINE AND HUMAN Cu, Zn-SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE TO INACTIVATION BY HYPOCHLORITE  
  • I.V. Churilova, V.L. Sharonova, Yu.I. Drozdova, N.V. Leonova 45-47.

  • MEN'S AND WOMEN'S HAIR TRACE ELEMENT CONCENTRATIONS IN MOSCOW REGION  
  • V.A. Demidov, A.V. Skalny 48-51.

  • CARCINOGENESIS AND GASTRIC CANCER: BIOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR-BIOLOGICAL CHANGES OF PEPSINOGEN BIOSYNTHESIS AND METHYLATION OF PEPSINOGEN A (PGA) GENE  
  • V.P. Kalinovsky, V.P. Lazyi, V.B. Grinevich, A.R. Shumakov, K.P. Hanson 51-53.

  • A POSSIBLE NEGATIVE EFFECT OF IRON-CONTAINING SUPPLEMENTS FOR IRON INSUFFICIENCY CORRECTION  
  • V.M. Kodenzova, O.A. Vrzhesinskaya 54-55.

  • SPIRULINA PLATENSIS IS AN ADVANCED FOOD SOURCE OF THE ESSENTIAL TRACE ELEMENTS ORGANI FORMS  
  • V.K. Mazo, I.V. Gmoshinski, Ju.P. Aleshko - Ozhevski, N.A. Pronina, G. N. Mazo, S.N. Savvin 56-57.

  • CALSIUM, MAGNESIUM, COPPER AND ZINC IONS IN THE COMPLEX PROPHYLAXIS OF GENERALIZED PARODONTITIS IN POSTMENOPAUSAL FEMALES  
  • L.M. Mustafina, M.Yu. Gerasimenko 58-61.

  • THE PROGNOSIS OF POLLUTION EFFECTED SICK RATES IN THE LENINGRAD REGION BASED ON SOIL TRACE ELEMENT CONTENT  
  • S.V. Nagorny, V.G. Maimulov, V.P. Tiedgen, E.A. Tsibulskaya, A.Yu. Lomtev, C.A. Gorbanev, E.V. Oleinikova, E.V. Bondarenko, I.M. Lomteva 62–69.

  • EFFECT OF MAGNESIUM SUPPLEMENTATION ON MAGNESIUM, CALCIUM, ZINC, IRON AND COPPER BALANCE IN RATS  
  • R. Oledzka, D. Skrajnowska 70-73.

  • THE SEXUAL DIFFERENCIES IN 1-6 YEARS OLD CHILDREN MULTIELEMENT HAIR ANALYSIS  
  • M.G. Skalnaya, A.R. Grabeklis 74-76.

  • REGULAR CONSUMPTION OF NaFeEDTA FORTIFIED FISH SAUCE IMPROVES IRON STATUS OF ANEMIC VIETNAMESE WOMEN  
  • Pham Van Thuy, Jacques Berger, Lena Davidsson, Nguyen Cong Khan, Nguyen Thi Lam, James D. Cook, Richard F. Hurrell, Ha Huy Khoi 75-80.

  • EFFECT OF CADMIUM (II) AND LEAD (II) ON THE RADIATION ADAPTIVE RESPONSE VALUE IN RAT BONE MARROW CELLS  
  • S.I. Zaichkina, O.M. Rozanova, G.F. Aptikaeva, A.Kh. Akhmadieva, M.Ed. Zaichkin 83-86.

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