Bio-liquid morphological analysis

Short report

To better highlight some topical aspects of the issue we republish the following article: S.N. Shatokhina, V.N. Shabalin, M.E. Buzoverya, and V.T. Punin, “Bio-Liquid Morphological Analysis,” TheScientificWorldJOURNAL, vol. 4, pp. 657–661, 2004. DOI:10.1100/tsw.2004.118 All necessary written permissions from the authors (Copyright © 2004 S.N. Shatokhina et al.) and the publisher (Hindawi Limited) are obtained according to the recommendations of the IMCJE on acceptable secondary publication at

Bio-liquid morphological analysis

S.N. Shatokhina1  V.N. Shabalin1  M.E. Buzoverya2*  V.T. Punin2

1 Scientific-Research Institute of Gerontology, Ministry of Health
Russia, 129226, Moscow, Leonova 1st st., 16

1 Russian Federal Nuclear Center, All-Russia Scientific-Research Institute of Experimental Physics
Russia, 607188, Sarov, Mira av., 37

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Information is presented on the new scientific line in medicine and biology: bio-liquid morphology. The interdisciplinary character of the given research area is emphasized. The problems and prospects of bio-liquid morphological analysis development both in applied and fundamental aspects are discussed.


S.N. Shatokhina, V.N. Shabalin, M.E. Buzoverya, V.T. Punin. Bio-liquid morphological analysis. Cardiometry; Issue 11; November 2017; p.109–112; Republishing. Available from:­ber-2017/bio-liquid- morphological-analysis



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