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Vol. 17 No. 2
Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. / July 1998


Monitoring In Vitro Enzymatic Digestion of Lactose in Milk Using Microdialysis wtih Pulsed Amperometric Detection (60k)
Christine Zook and William LaCourse discuss a method of monitoring the hydrolysis of lactose to glucose and galactose in milk using microdialysis and high performance anion exchange chromatogrpahy followed by pulsed amperometric detection.

Recovery of Endogenous Ions from Subcutaneous and Intramuscular Spaces in Horses Using Ultrafiltration Probes
Andrea Spehar, Lydia Tiedje, Janice Sojka, Elsa Janle, and Peter Kissinger explore the use of a novel ultrafiltrate probe to sample endogenous ions in horses and determine if the concentrations of recovered ions are physiologically relevant.

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Using the BAS-Zahner IM6 and IM6e Impedance Analyzers (212k)
Adrian W. Bott of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. describes modules of Thales software used with the IM6 and IM6e impedance analyzers for data acquisition and for data analysis, equivalent circuit synthesis, and fitting of experimental data.

The Importance of Balancing Bile Salt Concentration to Avoid Fluid Loss When Using the Microdialysis Shunt Probe (5k)
Kathleen Heppert, Ware Flora, and Malonne Davies discuss the influence of bile salts on dialysate flow rate and amount of sample collected. A method for maintaining normal fluid flow through a microdialysis shunt probe implanted in the bile duct is described.

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