Samuel Piña

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Spain [6] led to the first report of chytridiomycosis in a wild European amphibian population. In Europe, the pathogen is now known to be widespread ([7] and our unpublished data). The finding of a dead A. muletensis juvenile in 2004, and the subsequent confirmation of a B. dendrobatidis-positive status prompted us to screen archived captive populations of(More)
The serum copper, zinc, selenium and magnesium levels were studied in 37 patients with chronic renal failure of various degree. The examination of the oligoelements and magnesium was performed on flame and electrothermal atomic absorption spectrophotometry. Reference values from 345 clinically healthy persons were used in the interpretation of the results.(More)
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