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Year Number of Results
1945 12
1946 79
1947 125
1948 101
1949 74
1950 124
1951 170
1952 179
1953 275
1954 258
1955 263
1956 276
1957 382
1958 427
1959 415
1960 440
1961 439
1962 462
1963 624
1964 1095
1965 903
1966 814
1967 1023
1968 1403
1969 1471
1970 1445
1971 1482
1972 1487
1973 1345
1974 1489
1975 1214
1976 1062
1977 1122
1978 922
1979 854
1980 880
1981 785
1982 838
1983 767
1984 920
1985 933
1986 949
1987 836
1988 920
1989 902
1990 910
1991 922
1992 905
1993 914
1994 830
1995 873
1996 797
1997 716
1998 749
1999 719
2000 781
2001 887
2002 837
2003 881
2004 938
2005 1251
2006 1234
2007 1340
2008 1307
2009 1376
2010 1389
2011 1388
2012 1390
2013 1565
2014 1486
2015 1400
2016 1308
2017 1231
2018 1166
2019 745
2020 40
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The importance of being amorphous: calcium and magnesium phosphates in the human body.
Gelli R, et al. Adv Colloid Interface Sci 2019 - Review. PMID 31096075
This article focuses on the relevance of amorphous calcium (and magnesium) phosphates in living organisms. Although crystalline calcium phosphate (CaP)-based materials are known to constitute the major inorganic constituents of human hard tissues, amorphous CaP-based structures, often in combination with magnesium, are frequently employed by Nature to build up components of our body and guarantee their proper functioning. ...
This article focuses on the relevance of amorphous calcium (and magnesium) phosphates in living organisms. Although crystalline calci …
Disorders of phosphate metabolism
Leung J and Crook M. J Clin Pathol 2019 - Review. PMID 31467040
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