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History of Automatic Blood Sampling at BAS (58k)
Peter T. Kissinger, Ph.D., of BAS explains the development of the first
commercial robotic blood sampler with respect to why it was needed and
the selection of key components which made it possible.
of Sodium Removal from Ringer’s Solution by Use of a Desalting Apparatus
Sarah E. Diacon and Kathleen E. Heppert of Kalamazoo College and Malonne
I. Davies of BAS Kansas Research Laboratory discuss how mass spectrometry
is increasingly used for the analysis of large biomolecules.
of a Hydrogel-Based Bienzyme Amperometric Sensing Device for L-Glutamate
and ß-N-Oxalyl-a,ß-Diaminopropio nic Acid (ß-ODAP) Using Glutamate Oxidase
and Horseradish Peroxidase (125k)
Yigzaw, L. Gorton and T. Solomon of Ababa University discuss improvements
in a previously reported hydrogel-based amperometric biosensors using
glutamate oxidase and horseradish peroxidase.
of Nasal Residence Time by Microdialysis (72k)
Squillante III, Ph.D., R.Ph., and Erika Rios of St. John’s University
discuss nasal microdialysis, using sodium fluorescein as a dialyzable
marker to predict the residence time of nasally administered insulin.
Sample Throughput for Ketoconazole Analysis by Automated 96-Well Sample
Preparation and Multiplexed Liquid Chromatography (82k)
Freiser, Kate Szczap, Carie Loop, Don Gray, Ron Shoup, and Allan Witkowski
of BAS discuss methods to reduce sample preparation time and improve
In the LC Literature, Miscellany (231k)
Automated Blood Sampler; Chads for Vials™ labeling system; New brain
microdialysis probes for use in rodents.
In the LC Literature: Bruce
Solomon of BAS reviews papers on Carbohydrates in Honey and Antioxidants
Technical Note: Bruce Solomon of BAS discusses Determination
of Histamine in Rat Microdialysates with Automated Precolumn Derivatization.
Miscellany: Errata, Workshops, Symposia, Conferences, BAS participation
in Purdue Botanicals Center for Age-Related Diseases.