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Lithium spectrophotometry system

Summary Information: Lithium spectrophotometry system

Lithium spectrophotometry system: A lithium spectrophotometry system is a laboratory method used to determine the blood level of lithium ion (lithium carbonate), which is used in the treatment of manic depression. The reaction of lithium with labeled porphyrin is recorded by a spectrophotometer.

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