Nuclear magnetic resonance flow electrodialysis: Implications for experimental biology and medicine

  title={Nuclear magnetic resonance flow electrodialysis: Implications for experimental biology and medicine},
  author={Lev Aramovich Piruzyan and An. L. Piruzyan},
  journal={Doklady Biological Sciences},
The prevention of the postoperative metastasizing in cancer patients is one of the most important problems of modern medicine and oncology. There is some progress in this field, but it is still insufficient. Therefore, further development of the hypotheses and methods that would minimize tumor metastasizing is necessary. In this connection, processes accompanying the exposure of a living body to nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) procedures that are used in medicine exclusively for diagnostic… CONTINUE READING

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