Peculiarities of vanadium determination in whole blood by icp-ms

   
Ulanova T.S.1, Gileva O.V.1, Stenno E.V.1, Veikhman G.A.1

1. Federal State Scientific Institution “Federal Scientific Center for Medical and Prophylactic Health Risk Management Technologies”
Section: Clinical Study
DOI: 10.18097/pbmc20146001109      UDK: 502.22:504.5:614.1:54      PubMed Id: 24749251
Year: 2014  Volume: 60  Issue: 1  Pages: 109-114
The parameters of vanadium determination by ICP-MS in whole blood are presented. Conditions for blood sample preparation to reduce measure errors and to determine vanadium at the reference concentration level were optimized. The accuracy of the results is confirmed by analysis of standard blood samples Seronorm L1, L2 and L3. Vanadium mean in whole blood for the group of children from the town of Chusovoy (n=80) was 1.29±0.45 µg/L, and vanadium mean for grown – ups from the town of Chusovoy was 1.63±0.25 µg/L.
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Ulanova T.S., Gileva O.V., Stenno E.V., Veikhman G.A. (2014) Biomeditsinskaya khimiya, 60(1), 109-114.
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