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Magnesium Research

Volume 19, issue 1, March 2006

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Volume 19, issue 1, March 2006

Editorial

En accès libre Editorial (p.5-6)
Jean Durlach
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Original article

En accès libre Stimulation of choline/Mg 2+ antiport in rat erythrocytes by mefloquine (p.7-11)
Hans Ebel, Theodor Günther
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En accès libre Moderate magnesium-restricted diet affects bone formation and bone resorption in rats (p.12-8)
Shin-Ichi Katsumata, Hiroshi Matsuzaki, Rie Tsuboi, Mariko Uehara, Kazuharu Suzuki
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En accès libre Magnesium-deficient diet-induced reduction in protein utilization in rats is reversed by dietary magnesium supplementation (p.19-27)
Tomoko Nemoto, Hiroshi Matsuzaki, Mariko Uehara, Kazuharu Suzuki
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En accès libre Protective effects of calcium-magnesium soft gels in morphine tolerant and dependent mice (p.28-34)
Mohammed Rabbani, Hamid Mirmohammed Sadeghi, Sahar Gudarzi
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En accès libre Contents of bioelements and toxic metals in the Polish population determined by hair analysis (p.35-45)
Aldona Dunicz-Sokolowska, Krystyna Radomska, Maria Długaszek, Alfreda Graczyk
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En accès libre Improvement of neurobehavioral disorders in children supplemented with magnesium-vitamin B6 (p.46-52)
M Mousain-Bosc, M Roche, A Polge, D Pradal-Prat, J Rapin, JP Bali
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En accès libre Improvement of neurobehavioral disorders in children supplemented with magnesium-vitamin B6 (p.53-62)
M Mousain-Bosc, M Roche, A Polge, D Pradal-Prat, J Rapin, JP Bali
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Review article

En accès libre Possible relationship between low birth weight and magnesium status: from the standpoint of “fetal origin” hypothesis (p.63-9)
Junji Takaya, Fumiko Yamato, Kazunari Kaneko
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Abstracts

En accès libre Abstracts of 9th Hungarian Magnesium Symposium 19-20th May 2005 Eger, Hungary (p.70-81)

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