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Calcium and magnesium determination. The roles of calcium and magnesium in human health and disease have been extensively studied. Calcium and magnesium have been determined in biological specimens by atomic absorption spectroscopy using stiochiometric nitrous oxide-acetylene flame.

Serum and tissue contents of copper, calciumiron and magnesium elements in cases of acne vulgaris after dopam therapy.

The effect of zinc therapy on some trace elements contents in serum and skin was studied in normal group forty and patients group with acne vulgaris 26 males and 14 females with age ranged between year. They were under medical treatment with mg oral zinc sulfate for 12 weeks. Highly significant decreases in both serum and tissue contents of copper and calcium were detected, as well as, highly significant decrease in the serum content of magnesium was recorded.

The serum content of iron was highly significantly increased and that for tissue content was slightly significantly increased. It could be concluded that zinc therapy could be valuable through modulation of copper.

The aim of this study was to measure the content of calciummagnesiumironzinc, and copper and determine the bioavailability of these ingredients in gluten-free breads fortified with milk and selected seeds.

Due to the increasing prevalence of celiac disease and mineral deficiencies, it has become necessary to produce food with higher nutritional values which maintains the appropriate product characteristics.

This study was designed for gluten-free breads fortified with milk and seeds such as flax, poppy, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds or nuts, and flour with amaranth. Subsequently, digestion was performed in vitro and the potential bioavailability of the minerals was measured.

In the case of calciummagnesiumironand copper, higher bioavailability was observed in rice bread, and, in the case of copper and zinc, in buckwheat bread. This demonstrated a clear increase in bioavailability of all the minerals when the bread were enriched. However, satisfactory results are obtained only for the individual micronutrients.

Determination of calciumcopper, chromium, ironmagnesiummanganese, potassium, sodium and zinc in ethanol by atomic absorption spectrometry.

The direct determinacao of calciumcopper, chomium, ironmagnesiummanganese, potassium, sodium and zinc in ethanol by atomic absorption spectrometry with, air-acetylene flame is proposed. The method allows the determition of the elements with good precision r.

Biochemistry of the normal dura mater of the human brain determination of water, sodium, potassium, calciumphosphorus, magnesiumcopper, ironsulfur and nitrogen contents. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available The concentrations of water, sodium, potassium, calciumphosphorus, magnesiumcopper, ironsulfur, and nitrogen were determined in samples of apparently normal dura mater removed from 18 subjects recently dead by craniocerebral trauma.

The average concentrations expressed in dry weight were: Determination of calcium and magnesium in nuclear grade alumina by ion chromatography technique. A simple method for solubilization of alumina and separation of magnesium and calcium from alumina matrix was developed by initial coprecipitation of those elements with iron III hydroxide. Calcium and magnesium were later separated from iron chloride anionic complex in a Dowex 1-X 10 anionic exchange resin. The ion chromatography tecnnique was employed for the analysis of calcium and magnesium.

One hundred percent recovery for calcium and magnesium was obtained in their separation from alumina. Comparison of sodium, potassium, calciummagnesiumzinc, copper and iron concentrations of elements in h urine and spot urine in hypertensive patients with healthy renal function. Sodium, potassium, calciummagnesiumzinc, copper and iron are associated with the sequela of hypertension. The most reliable method for testing those elements is by collecting h urine samples.


However, this is cumbersome and collection of spot urine is more convenient in some circumstance. The aim of this study was to compare the concentrations of different elements in h urine and spot urine.

Both spot and h urine specimens were collected from each patient.

Routine urine test was conducted, and concentration of elements was measured using microwave digestion and Inductively Coupled Plasma-Optical Emission Spectrometry.

Partial correlation analysis and Spearman correlation analysis were used to investigate the concentration of different elements and the relationship between h urine and spot urine. A partial correlation in sodium, potassium, calciummagnesium and iron was found between paired h urine and spot urine samples except copper and zinc: Spot urine can replace h urine for estimating some of the elements in hypertensive patients with normal renal function.

Calcium and magnesium silicate hydrates. Deep geological disposals are planed to discard long-lived intermediate-level and high-level radioactive wastes. Clay-based geological barriers are expected to limit the ingress of groundwater and to reduce the mobility of radioelements.

In the interaction zone between the cement and the clay based material alteration can occur. Magnesium silicate hydrates M-S-H have been observed due to the reaction of magnesium sulfate containing groundwater with cements or in the interaction zone between low-pH type cement and clays. The presence d mainly Q 3 silicate tetrahedrons in M-S-H indicates a sheet like or a triple-chain silica structure while C-S-H is characterised by single chain-structure.

In fact, the analyses of synthetic samples containing both magnesium and calcium in various ratios indicate the formation of separate M-S-H and C-S-H gels with no or very little uptake of magnesium in CS-H or calcium in M-S-H. Comparison of Serum Calcium and Magnesium Between Evidence suggests the involvement of calcium and magnesium metabolism in the pathophysiology of preeclampsia.

However, findings from studies are heterogenous and inconsistent. The study aimed to compare the total serum calcium and magnesium levels cppam preeclamptic women with that of Method development for the determination of calciumcopper, magnesiummanganese, ironpotassium, phosphorus and zinc in different types of breads by microwave induced plasma-atomic emission spectrometry.

A novel method was developed for the determination jg calciummagnesiumpotassium, ironcopper, zinc, and manganese and phosphorous in various kinds of breads samples sold in Turkey by microwave plasma-atomic emission spectrometry MIP-AES. Therefore, all determinations were made by linear calibration technique using aqueous standards.

No spectral 47 was detected at the working wavelengths of the analytes. Role of magnesium on the biomimetic deposition of calcium phosphate. Biomimetic depositions of calcium phosphate CaP are carried out using simulated body fluid SBFcalcifying solution and newly developed magnesium containing calcifying solution. Calcium phosphate has a rich phase diagram and is well known for its excellent biocompatibility and bioactivity.

The most common phase is hydroxyapatite HApan integral component of human bone and tooth, widely used in orthopedic and dental applications.

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In addition, calcium phosphate nanoparticles show promise for the targeted drug delivery. The doping of calcium phosphate by magnesiumzinc, strontium etc. This work describes the role of magnesium on the nucleation and growth of CaP on Ti and its oxide substrates.

X-ray diffraction studies confirm formation of HAp nanocrystals nd closely resemble the structure of bone apatite when grown using SBF and calcifying solution. It has been observed that magnesium plays crucial role dm the nucleation and growth of calcium phosphate.

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A low magnesium level enhances the crystallinity of HAp while higher xopam content leads to the formation of amorphous calcium phosphate ACP phase. Moreover, high magnesium content alters the morphology of CaP films.

Extracellular Calcium and Magnesium in Preeclampsia and Eclampsia. The cause of preeclampsia remains unknown and calcium and magnesium supplement are being suggested as means of prevention. The objective of this study was to assess magnesium and calcium in the plasma and cerebrospinal fluid of Nigerian women with preeclampsia and eclampsia.


Setting was University of Magnesiumcalcium carbonates and oxides that are widely used in cement industries were employed in studying sorption of petroleum oil spills from salt water at different condition parameters such as temperature, loading weight, degree of salinity.

Treatment copzm magnesiumcalcium carbonates and oxides by dodecyl Origin and role in calcium -treated inclusions. Full Text Available Calcium treatment of alumina inclusions, to convert the alumina to molten or 47 molten calcium aluminates, is a well-established treatment for steel, to improve the castability of aluminium-killed steel. However, the role of magnesium Effects of calcium and magnesium on strontium distribution coefficients.

The co;am of calcium and magnesium on the distribution of strontium between a surficial sediment and simulated wastewater solutions were measured as part of an investigation to determine strontium transport properties of surficial sediment at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory INELIdaho. The investigation was conducted by the U. Batch experimental techniques were used to determine strontium linear sorption isotherms and distribution coefficients K d ‘s using simulated gm solutions prepared at pH 8.

Strontium linear sorption isotherm K d ‘s ranged from 12?? The concentration of sorbed strontium and the percentage of strontium retained by the sediment were correlated to aqueous concentrations of strontium, calciumand magnesium.

The effect of these cation concentrations on strontium sorption was quantified using multivariate least-squares regression techniques. Analysis of data from these experiments indicates that increased concentrations of calcium fopam magnesium in wastewater discharged to waste disposal ponds at the INEL increases the availability of strontium for transport beneath the ponds by decreasing strontium sorption to the surficial sediment. The determination of ultrafiltrable calcium and magnesium in serum.

Ultrafiltrate of human serum was investigated in order to evaluate the serum content of calcium and magnesium. The Pco2 was varied in the titrated serum using different carbon dioxide tensions.

This was performed when serum was filtered in a recycling system. It is shown that the analysis of calcium and magnesium have to be done under anaerobic conditions or at standardized pH and Pco2 situations, as the concentrations vary with both pH and Pco2. The concentration ratio between ultrafiltrate and serum for calcium and 774 was found to be 0. Calciumphosphate, and magnesium are multivalent cations that are important for many coam and cellular functions. The kidneys play a central role in the homeostasis of these ions.

Gastrointestinal absorption is balanced copaam renal excretion. When body stores of these ions decline significantly, gastrointestinal absorption, bone resorption, and renal tubular reabsorption increase to normalize their levels.

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Under physiologic conditions, the whole body balance of calciumphosphate, and magnesium is maintained by fine adjustments of urinary excretion to equal the net intake.

This review discusses how calciumphosphate, and magnesium are handled by the kidneys. Relation of urinary calcium and magnesium excretion to blood pressure.

Data indicate an inverse association between dietary calcium and magnesium intakes and blood pressure BP ; however, much less is known about associations between urinary calcium and magnesium excretion and BP in general populations.

The authors assessed the relation of BP to hour excretion In multiple linear regression analyses Solubilities of magnesium -L-ascorbate, calcium -L-ascorbate, magnesium -L-glutamate, magnesium -D-gluconate, calcium -D-gluconate, calcium -D-heptagluconate, L-aspartic acid, and 3-nitrobenzoic acid in water.

The solubility in water of magnesium -L-ascorbate, calcium -L-ascorbate, magnesium -L-glutamate, magnesium -D-gluconate, calcium -D-gluconate, calcium -D-heptagluconate, L-aspartic acid, and 3-nitrobenzoic acid was determined in the