DISORDERS OF COPPER METABOLISM IN EPILEPSY
- H. Canelas, L. M. Assis, F. D. DE JORGE, A. Tolosa, A. B. Cintra
- MedicineActa Neurologica Scandinavica
- 1 June 1964
The results of the determination of copper and ceruloplasmin in the blood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of epileptic patients, either in the interictal period, or immediately after the fit, and also in patients with mental diseases, before and after they were submitted to electroshock are reported.
SOME MINERAL CONSTITUENTS OF NORMAL HUMAN EYE TISSUES (NA-K-MG-CA-P-CU).
BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES ON THE SNAIL STROPHOCHEILUS OBLONGUS MUSCULUS (BECQUAERT).
Biochemical studies in a eunicid (Polychaete) of the littoral of São Paulo, Brazil.
Biochemical studies on the giant earthworm Glossoscolex giganteus (Leuckart).
Accumulation of "glycogens" in the genital region of Balanoglossus gigas Fr. Müller (Spengel, 1893) (Enteropneusta) during reproduction.
Biochemical studies on the enteropneust Balanoglossus gigas (fr. Muller, 1898).
Magnesium Concentration in the Blood Serum of Normal Pregnant Women
WATER AND ELECTROLYTE CONTENT OF NORMAL SKIN, SCARS, AND KELOID
Sex differences and maturation influence on the chemical composition in Chaetopterus variopedatus Rénier 1804 (Polychaeta).