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Bio-Sensing of Cadmium(II) Ions Using Staphylococcus aureus
Cadmium, as a hazardous pollutant commonly present in the living environment, represents an important risk to human health due to its undesirable effects (oxidative stress, changes in activities of many enzymes, interactions ...
Improved Electrochemical Detection of Zinc Ions Using Electrode Modified with Electrochemically Reduced Graphene Oxide
Increasing urbanization and industrialization lead to the release of metals into the biosphere, which has become a serious issue for public health. In this paper, the direct electrochemical reduction of zinc ions is studied ...
Determination of Zinc, Cadmium, Lead, Copper and Silver Using a Carbon Paste Electrode and a Screen Printed Electrode Modified with Chromium(III) Oxide
In this study, the preparation and electrochemical application of a chromium(III) oxide modified carbon paste electrode (Cr-CPE) and a screen printed electrode (SPE), made from the same material and optimized for the simple, ...
Influence of liposomal platinum cytostatics on cancer cells by voltammetric methods
Aim of this work deals with closing of cisplatin into liposomes, the study of their stability and interaction with cancer cell lines. Commercial cisplatin cytostatic was encapsulated into three types of liposomes (L8, L10 ...
Electrochemical evaluation of selenium (IV) removal from its aqueous solutions by unmodified and modified graphene oxide
The removal of selenium from superficial and waste water is a worldwide problem. The maximum limit according to the World Health Organization (WHO) for the selenium in the water is set at a concentration of 10 g/L. Carbon ...