The Effect of Molybdenum Rate in Soil on Multiple Sclerosis: Case Study New Zealand and Isfahan (A Review )

Susan Norouzi Mobarakeh (Department of Geology, Farhangian University, Iran)

Article ID: 2196

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jgr.v2i3.2196

Abstract


Scientists believe that Multiple Sclerosis disease occurs because of some of environmental factors such as soil pollution. In this paper, relationship among Multiple Sclerosis disease, Molybdenum and soil properties in New Zealand and Isfahan, Iran has been investigated and from the point of view of nature of the soil for example pH and the distribution of disease was observed similarities.

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Environmental factors; Multiple sclerosis; New Zealand; Isfahan; Molybdenum; Soil; Pollution

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