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ISSN: 2329-6879

Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs
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Tatiana Iksnova

Federal State Budget Organization, A.N.Sysin Research Institute for Human Ecology and Environmental Hygiene, Ministry of Health, Moscow

Biography

Tatiana Iksnova is currently working in the Federal State Budget Organization, A.N.Sysin Research Institute for Human Ecology and Environmental Hygiene, Ministry of Health, Russaian Federation, Moscow. His area of research interest includes Catholyte; Anolyte; Redox potential; Electrochemical activation; Electroconductivity; Luminal-depended chemiluminescence. 

 
Research Interest

Catholyte; Anolyte; Redox potential; Electrochemical activation; Electroconductivity; Luminal-depended chemiluminescence

 
Publications

Electrochemically Activated Tap Water Induced Effects of Genomic Instability in Various Living Objects In Vitro and In Vivo

Faina Ingel, Olga Zatsepina, Anatoly Stekhin, Galina Yakovleva, Olga Savostikova, Anna Alekseeva and Tatiana Iksnova

Research Article: Occup Med Health Aff 1:143

DOI: 10.4172/2329-6879.1000143

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