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Vol. 18 No. 2
Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. / June 1999


Direct Electrochemical Synthesis of the Chelates of a Novel Ligand: Salicylhydra-zone of 2-(N-tosyl-amino)benzaldehyde (61k)
L.M. Blanco and B.I. Kharisov of Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León and A.S. Burlov, A.D. Garnovskii, L.I. Kuznetsova and I.S. Vasilchenko of Rostov State University report the direct electrochemical synthesis of metallic chelates from a new ligand system and compare the products with those synthesized using conventional chemical methods.

Redox Properties of Electron Transfer Metalloproteins
Adrian W. Bott of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. discusses methods used to study the electrochemical properties of electron transfer metalloproteins and the results of those studies.

The Microdialysis Shunt Probe: The Influence of Bile Salts on Recovery of Caffeine and Phenolphthalein Glucuronide and Use of In Vitro Recovery Data for Calibration In Vivo (123k)
Kathleen Heppert and Malonne Davies of BAS Kansas show that bile salts can affect the recovery of analytes through the microdialysis probe, interacting with phenolphthalein glucuronide but not caffeine. The authors also show that when bile salts are taken into account, in vitro calibration of the probe can be used to calculate the in vivo analyte concentration in bile..

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