What are the Limits, If Any, of Normal Content of Electrogenic Metals (K, Na, Ca) in Epidermis?

The work is devoted to the problem of the norm in the quantitative measurement (atomic emission spectrometry) of electrogenic metals (K, Na, Ca) in the epidermis. The paper suggests the possibility of a physiological (bioenergetic) approach to the definition of a norm based on the theory of self-organized criticality (SC). Unfortunately, this cannot be achieved using statistical (probabilistic) estimates of the average content of electrogenic metals (EM) in the epidermal cells.


Petukhov VI

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