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  • ON POSSIBILITY OF MEDICAL PLANTS USE FOR TREATMENT AND PROPHYLAXIS OF MICROELEMENTOSES AND PATHOLOGICAL STATES  
  • M.Ya. Lovkova, G.N. Buzuk, S.M. Sokolova, L.N. Derevjago 3-10.

  • BIOLOGICAL MONITORING OF METALS IN HUMAN ORGANISM 
  • B.A. Revich 11-16.

  • ELEMENTAL STATUS OF WOMEN WITH HYPERPLASTIC PROCESS OF MYOMETRIUM  
  • P.G. Imanalieva, V.E. Radzinsky, A.V. Skalny 17-22.

  • ZINC AND SELENIUM STATUS OF IRANIAN WOMEN IN NORMAL PREGNANCY AND MISCARRIAGE  
  • I. Nourmohammadi, A. Mehdizadeh, M. Mandegar 23-26.

  • COMPARISON OF CALCULATIVE (ESTIMATIVE) AND ANALYTICAL METHODS USED FOR DE-TERMINATION OF CHEMICAL ELEMENTS IN DIETS OF STUDENTS IN THE ORENBURG REGION  
  • O.V. Baranova, S.V. Notova 27–30.

  • DIETARY INTAKE OF BIOELEMENTS IN ORENBURG TEENAGERS 
  • T.I. Burtseva 31-36.

  • MULTIELEMENT HAIR PROFILE (MHP) FOR EARLY DETECTION OF BONE OSTEOPOROSIS AND INCREASED HEAVY METAL BODY BURDEN – ADVANTAGES OF LONGITUDINAL VS. CROSS SECTIONAL METABOLIC SAMPLING  
  • B. Momčilović, G.I. Lykken 37-39.

  • INCREASING THE CONTENT OF IODINE IN PLANTS OF FOOD VALUE 
  • Yu.A. Potatueva, R.I. Prokof’eva 40-42.

  • TRACE ELEMENT CONTENTS OF FOOD AND THEIR LEVELS IN HUMAN HAIR 
  • M.G. Skalnaya 43-44.

  • THE NEW METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH TO DETERMINATION OF NORMAL RANGE OF MACRO- AND TRACE ELEMENTS IN DIAGNOSTIC BIOSUBSTRATES 
  • M. Skalnaya, A. Skalny, A. Losev 45-47.

  • CORRELATION AMONG THE ROUTINE BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS DATA AND HAIR TRACE ELEMENT CONTENTS 
  • A. Skalny, S. Notova 48–51.

  • NUTRITION PECULIARITIES AND ELEMENTAL STATUS OF NUCLEAR INDUSTRY WORKERS 
  • V.I. Nekrasov, I.B. Ushakov, S.V. Efimov, V.A. Demidov, V.V. Skalny 52.

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