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Tatarinov, Y.: Finding of an embryospecific alfa-globulin in blood serum in a patients with primary hepatic cancer. Detection of embryo-specific alpha-globulin in the blood serum of a patient with primary liver cancer. Vopr. Med. Khim., 1964, 10 , 90

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47 53 Gindler, E. M. and Heth, D. A. (1971): Colorimetric determination with bound ‘calmagite’ of magnesium in human blood serum. Clin. Chem. 17 , 662 (Abstr

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thyroxin and triiodothy-ronine in blood serum of mammals. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 89A, 401--404. Total and free thyroxin and triiodothy-ronine in blood serum of mammals. 401 404

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. Anderson, R. R., Nixon, D. A. and Akasha, M. A. (1988): Total and free thyroxine and triiodothyronine in blood serum of mammals. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 89A , 401-404. Total and free thyroxine and triiodothyronine in blood serum

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: József Szabó, András Vucskits, Emese Andrásofszky, Erzsébet Berta, András Bersényi, László Börzsönyi, Vilmos Pálfi, and István Hullár

Moghaddam, H. N., Janmohammadi, H. and Najafabadi, H. J. (2005): The effect of dietary electrolyte balance on growth, tibia ash and blood serum electrolytes in young pullets. Int. J. Poult. Sci. 4 , 493

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Huber, J. T., Emery, R. S., Bergen, W. G., Liesman, J. S., Kung, L., King, K. J., Gardner, R. W. and Checketts, M. (1984): Influences of methionine hydroxy analog on milk fat production, blood serum lipids and

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. [30]. E. E. Dubinina S. O. Burmistrov D. A. Khodov 1995 Oxidative modification of human blood serum proteins: a method for its estimation Vopr. Med. Khim. 1 24 – 29 . [31]. N. I. Gabrielyan A. A. Dmitriev G. I. Kulakov

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. Gosniorch. 88 109 135 Cervinka, S. 1973: The possibilities of employment of differentiation of blood serum and total

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); There is no significant difference between the mean results of the measurements (T1–T4) The lactate values taken from the blood serum during the T1, T2, T3, T4 measurements are shown in Table 3 . Table 3. Serum lactate values of the subjects before and

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Acta Microbiologica et Immunologica Hungarica
Authors: Ágnes Jakab, Károly Antal, Tamás Emri, Imre Boczonádi, Alexandra Imre, Enikő Gebri, László Majoros, Walter Péter Pfliegler, Máté Szarka, György Balla, József Balla, and István Pócsi

transitions of C. albicans are influenced by various environmental factors. Y → H/PH switches are induced by temperatures between 35 °C and 42 °C [8, 9] , blood serum [10] , hemoglobin at 1 mg/ml concentration (approximately 15.5 μM with 62 μM heme content

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