Georgia Lill

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The concentrations of the essential trace elements Cu, Fe, and Zn, and of the mineral elements Ca, K, Mg, and P during the perinatal period in human placenta and in the blood of the mother and the newborn (cord blood) were determined. Breast milk (colostrum and transitory milk) was also included to permit correlations between the different compartments. No(More)
Mineral and trace elements (Al, B, Ca, Cu, Fe, K, Li, Mg, Na, P and Zn) in 24 hour human urine samples from approximately 100 healthy persons (age between 20 and 50 years) were analysed by ICP (Inductively Coupled Plasma) and DCP (Direct Current Plasma) emission spectroscopy. The obtained values can be taken as "reference values" owing to the large number(More)
The effect of benzarone on the fibrinolytic activity of the vessel wall was studied in 60 patients with varicosis who had undergone stripping operations. For this purpose the method of fibrinolysis autography according to Todd was used. It could be shown that the amount of tissue-bound plasminogen activators of the varicose veins and the v. saphena magna(More)
Investigations involving rare human tissues that are difficult to acquire due to their scarcity are highly challenging. The need to verify microarray analysis data by additional methods such as immunohistochemical staining and quantitative PCR creates an even greater demand for these valuable tissues. Furthermore, since rare human tissues may come from(More)
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