References & Articles








Oligoscan References:

Articles Scientifiques

  1. Atkins, Peter et Julio de Paula. Physical chemistry. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006.
  2. Viala, A., Éléments de toxicologie. Tec et Doc, 1998.
  3. Schmitt, Y.; A. Ott und J.D. Kruse-Jarres. Bestimmung der Konzentrationen von Zink,

Kupfer und Chrom in korpuskulären Bestandteilen des Blutes bei Patienten mit NonHodgkin-Lymphomen.

In: 6. Colloquium Atomspektrometrische Spurenanalytik (Hrsg.: B.

Welz) Verlag Chemie, Weinheim, (1991) 821-828

  1. Pedersen, K.E. et al. The diagnostic value of determination of intraerythrocytic sodium and potassium concentrations versus plasma digoxin concentrations in digoxin intoxication. Acta Med.Scand 213, 357-362 (1983)
  2. Anne-Marie Mayer. “Historical Changes in the Mineral Content of Fruits and Vegetables”. British Food Journal, 99/6, 1997.
  3. P. J. WHITE and M. R. BROADLEY. “Historical variation in the mineral composition of edible horticultural products”. The Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, Vol. 80 No : 6, 2005
  4. Thomas D.. A study on the mineral depletion of the foods available to us as a nation over the period 1940 to 1991, 2003.
  5. Donald R. Davis. “Trade-Offs in Agriculture and Nutrition”. Food Technology, March 2005, Vol. 59, No. 3.
  6. David F. Garvin, Ross M. Welch, and John W. Finley. “Historical shifts in the seed mineral micronutrient concentration of US hard red winter wheat germplasm”. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2006.
  7. Brian Halweil. Still No Free Lunch. Worldwatch Institute, 2007.
  8. Tableaux compilés par Jeffrey Christian pour CTV News. Nutrient Changes in Vegetables

and Fruits.1951 to 1999.

  1. Compilation des sources par la FAO (Organisation pour l’agriculture et l’alimentation). Les tables de composition alimentaire des différents pays.: International Network of Food Data Systems
  2. Nurul Izzati A.S.; Hasmah A., Sains Malaysia Univ. Health Campus (USM), 16150 Kubang Kerian, Kelantan (Malaysia). School of Health Sciences; Rohasliney H. Heavy metal in aquatic food chain and its impact to human health.
  3. Heavy metal pollution. FAO corporate document.
  4. WHO (2007). Health risks of heavy metals from long-range transboundary air pollution. Etude fait en coopération avec les organismes suivants :

ATSDR Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


ECEH WHO European Centre for Environment and Health


EMEP Co-operative Programme for Monitoring and Evaluation of the

Long-range Transmission of Air Pollutants in Europe


FAO Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations


IARC International Agency for Research on Cancer (

ILO International Labour Organization (

IPCS International Programme on Chemical Safety, a joint programme

of ILO, UNEP and WHO (

JECFA Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives

MSC-E EMEP Meteorological Synthesizing Centre – East


MSC-HM EMEP Meteorological Synthesizing Centre – Heavy Metal

NHANES National Health and Nutritional Examination Surveys

TFMM EMEP Task Force on Measurements and Modelling


UNECE United Nations Economic Commission for Europe


UNEP United Nations Environment Programme (

USEPA United States Environmental Protection Agency


  1. Matsuoka, M.; Wispriyono, B.; Igisu, H., Increased cytotoxicity of cadmium in fibroblasts lacking c-fos. Biochemical Pharmacology 2000, 59, 1573-1576.
  2. Chang, Raymond. Chimie physique pour les biosciences. Etats-Unis: University Science Books, 2005.
  3. J. Delaunay, J. Bouillot, C. Petitfaux. Titrages de traces d’ions Cuivre (II) par spectrophotométrie d’absorption. Bull. Un. Phys., juin 1999, vol. 93, n° 815, p.225-230.
  4. Gore, Michael. Spectrophotometry & Spectrofluorimetry. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.
  5. Prix, Nicolas et Dwek, Raymond et Wormald, Mark. Principles and Problems in Physical Chemistry for Biochemists. RG Ratcliffe. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.
  6. Irwin H. Segel. Biochemical Calculations (How to Solve Mathematical Problems in

General Biochemistry),2e édition, John Wiley & Sons, 1975

  1. Bastiaens P.I., Pepperkok R. (2000): Observing proteins in their natural habitat: the living cell. Trends in Biochemistry. Science. 25, 631-7
  2. Chance B. (1991) Optical method. Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ANNUAL REVIEWS
  3. M. Hettema, H. Bootsma, R. Graaff, R. de Vries, C. G. M. Kallenberg,and A. J. Smit (2011). Skin Autofluorescence, as Marker of Accumulation of Advanced Glycation Endproducts

and of Cumulative Metabolic Stress, Is Not Increased in Patients with Systemic


  1. R. Meerwaldt, T. Links, C. Zeebregts and A. Smit (2008). Plasma fluorescent oxidation products as potential markers of oxidation products such as potential markers of

oxidative stress for epidemiologic studies. Oxford journals.

  1. M. Monici (2005). Cell and tissue autofluorescence research and diagnostic

applications. Biotechnology annual Review

  4. S. J. Lippard, J.M. Berg, Principes de biochimie minérale. De Boeck-Wesmael, 1997
  5. J.J.R. Frausto da Silva, R.J.P. Williams. The biological chemistry of the elements. The

ignorance chemistry of life. 2nd Edition, Oxford Univesity Press, 2001

  1. I.Bertini, H.B.Gray, E.I. Stiefel, J. Selverstone Valentine. Biological Inorganic Chemistry.

University Science Books, 2007

  1. Ebel H, Günther T. Magnesium metabolism: A review. J Clin Chem. Clin Bioch 1980 ;18 :


  1. P. Chappuis. Technique d’analyse des oligoéléments chez l’homme. Tec+doc. 2000.





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