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Spectrometric and Voltammetric Analysis of Urease: Nickel Nanoelectrode as an Electrochemical Sensor
Urease is the enzyme catalyzing the hydrolysis of urea into carbon dioxide and ammonia. This enzyme is substrate-specific, which means that the enzyme catalyzes the hydrolysis of urea only. This feature is a basic diagnostic ...
Utilizing of square wave voltammetry to detect flavonoids in the presence of human urine
About biological affecting of flavonoids on animal organisms is known less, thus we selected flavonoids, flavanones and flavones, and their glycosides, which were examined as potential inducers of cytochrome(s) P450 when ...
Shapes of Differential Pulse Voltammograms and Level of Metallothionein at Different Animal Species
Metallothioneins play a key role in maintaining homeostasis of essential metals and in protecting of cells against metal toxicity as well as oxidative damaging. Excepting humans, blood levels of metallothionein have not ...
An Investigation of Glutathione-Platinum(II) Interactions by Means of the Flow Injection Analysis Using Glassy Carbon Electrode
Glutathione was discovered by M. J. de Rey Pailhade at the end of the 19th century as the substance (hydrogénant le soufre), which was renamed by F.G. Hopkins in 1921. Hopkins first characterised the compound as a dipeptide ...