Stable isotope analysis of the bioelements: an introduction.

Abstract

The abundances of the stable isotopes of the bioelements are not constant. Subtle, but significant, variations may be induced by physical, physiological and biochemical processes. These variations may be detected and quantified. Often, isotope fingerprints are characteristic of certain processes and may reveal information concerning the sources and origins… (More)
DOI: 10.4155/bio.09.84

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@article{Flenker2009StableIA, title={Stable isotope analysis of the bioelements: an introduction.}, author={Ulrich Flenker}, journal={Bioanalysis}, year={2009}, volume={1 6}, pages={1119-29} }