Authors:Andrii Demkovych, Yurii Bondarenko, and Petro Hasiuk
day). On the 14 th day, experimental animals were exsanguinated under thiopental anesthesia. For further research, the bloodserum was selected. Superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase activity, and ceruloplasmin maintenance were determined in the serum
Authors:N. Liu, S. Galassini, G. Moschini, M. Nagj, J. Injuk, and V. Valkovic
Determination of Se in blood serum by PIXE and XRF is presented. Two different sample preparation methods combined with two modes of sample excitation are compared. Both methods are shown to be suitable for Se determination in blood serum and in standard reference materials (horse kidney IAEA H-8 and bovine liver NBS 1577a).
Authors:Andrii Demkovych, Yurii Bondarenko, and Petro Anatoliyovych Hasiuk
proteins of the basic character (OMP 430 ) in bloodserum (by 1.75 times, p < 0.01), but later, on 14th day, this index changed in the opposite direction, that is, it began to decrease (by 1.24 times, p < 0.01) as compared with the animals on the 7th
Authors:J. Versieck, J. Hoste, L. Vanballenberghe, A. De Kesel, and D. Van Renterghem
The paper describes the collection and preparation of a second generation biological reference material (human blood serum) with trace element levels closely approximating those in real human blood plasma or serum samples.
, R. G. ( 1996 ): Virginiamycin and caloric density effects on live performance, bloodserum metabolite concentration, and carcass composition of broilers reared in thermoneutral and cycling ambient temperatures . Poultry Sci. 75 , 1383 – 1392
Authors:Adam Šuluburić, Svetlana Milanović, Sanja Vranješ-Đurić, Ivan B. Jovanović, Tomislav Barna, Milica Stojić, Natalija Fratrić, Ottó Szenci, and Dragan Gvozdić
Vuković , D. , Božić , A. , Relić , R. , Stančić , B. , Gvozdić , D. and Kučević , D. ( 2016 ): Progesterone concentration in milk and bloodserum and reproductive efficiency of cows after Ovsynch treatment . Turkish J. Vet. Anim. Sci. 40
Authors:H. Dang, D. Jaiswal, V. Pullat, and U. Mishra
The blood serum is the fluid medium through which most of the minerals are absorbed into the human body and get metabolized. The concentrations of Th in blood serum is in equilibrium with the content of Th in human body and therefore could reflect its content in the body. The daily intake (ingestion and inhalation) and the corresponding concentration of Th in blood serum of a group of subjects living in the high-background (monazite) area of Kerala State were measured and compared with the daily intake and corresponding blood serum concentrations of Th in three other groups of subjects namely: (1) those living in normal background area, (2) administrative staff working in Thorium Plant but not directly exposed to Th and its compounds, and (3) the occupational workers from Thorium Plant working for a time period in the range15–30 years. The Th concentration in the blood serum of subjects from high background area were found to be only marginally higher in comparison to the similar data from normalbackground area, which indicated that internal exposure due to Th to the subjects living in high background is quite low.
A scheme for instrumental neutron activation analysis of biological materials is proposed. The scheme is based on a combination
of thermal and epithermal activation. The accuracy is evaluated by analyzing 4 standard reference materials. Results from
the analysis of human blood serum and plasma are given.
This paper presents the results of the application of a fast rabbit system and a high thermal neutron flux to neutron activation analysis of selenium in environmental samples. The short-lived radionuclide77mSe, (17.5s) is used for analysis. Results are presented for selenium in sea-water and rain-water, in biological reference materials, in food-stuffs and milk powder, in human hair and human blood-serum.
A method has been developed for the substoichiometric determination of mercury by thermal neutron activation analysis, based
on the selective extraction of the Hg(II)—Bindschedler's Green complex into 1,2-dichloroethane. The method has been applied
for the determination of trace amounts of mercury in geological standards such as W-1, GR, Sye-1, and T-1, meteorite Allende
de Publito, and biological materials such as kale, IR1 standard tobacco, and human blood serum.