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Techniques for the Characterization of Redox Polymers (57k)
Adrian Bott of Bioanalytical Systems, Inc. discusses the different electroanalytical
techniques that have been used to characterize redox polymers immo-bilized
on electrode surfaces.
Methods of Determining Co(II) and Ni(II) in Aqueous Samples (32k)
An approach to simplifying the adsorptive stripping voltammetric determination
of Co (II) and Ni (II) by H. G. Jayaratna.
Fluid Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphorus Concentrations in Bone, Muscle
and Subcutaneous Tissue Sampled with Ultrafiltration Probes
Janle and Melony Cregor of BAS and Janice Sojka of Purdue University’s
Veterinary School discuss use of specialized ultrafiltration probes
to measure calcium, magnesium and phosphorus in sheep.
Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics in Drug Discovery: A Primer For Bioanalytical
Chemists, Part II (99k)
this second of a 2-part series, Chandrani Gunaratna introduces the analytical
chemist to the pharmacokinetics of in vitro drug metabolism data.
In the EC Literature, In the MD Literature, Miscellany (121k)
In the EC Literature: Adrian Bott of BAS summarizes papers on
EC properties of natural carote-noids, monolayer enzyme electrodes,
an injection EC biosensor, imidazolate-bridged dinuclear complexes,
and oxidation of zuclopenthixol.
In the LC Literature: Bruce Solomon of BAS reviews papers on
chronic morphine treatment, and withdrawal and dopamine levels in freely-moving
In the MD Literature: James Gitzen of BAS discusses papers on
potassium permanganate in brain microdialysis, a study of the effects
of handling stress in the rat brain, and microdialysis sampling of isothiazolone.
MD Q & A: James Gitzen of BAS answers questions about MWCOs.
Technical Note: Melony Cregor and Bruce Solomon of BAS discuss
Culex® and The Effect of Blood-Drawing Method on Plasma Catecholamine
Concentrations in Rats.
Miscellany: Beijing Conference, Peter Kissinger: Scientist, Entrepreneur,
and “still basically twelve years old.”
BASI News: A progress report on marketing the new Culex® Automated
Blood Sampler and other recent developments at BAS.