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Application of a glassy carbon electrode modified with poly(glutamic acid) in caffeic acid determination
Glassy carbon electrodes were coated with films of poly( glutamic acid) ( PG), and the modified electrode proved to be very effective in the oxidation of caffeic acid. The performance of the film was also tested with ...
Poly(glutamic acid) nanofibre modified glassy carbon electrode: Characterization by atomic force microscopy, voltammetry and electrochemical impedance
(Pergamon-Elsevier B.V. Ltd, 2008-04-20)
Glassy carbon electrodes (GCE) were modified with poly(glutamic acid) acid films prepared using three different procedures: glutamic acid monomer electropolymerization (MONO), evaporation of poly(glutamic acid) (PAG) and ...
Preconcentration of rutin at a poly glutamic acid modified electrode and its determination by square wave voltammetry
(Taylor & Francis Inc, 2007-01-01)
The voltammetric determination of rutin in 0.04 mol l(-1) B-R buffer (pH 4.0) by square wave voltammograms (+0.41 V vs. Ag/AgCl(sat.)) at a poly glutamic acid modified glassy carbon electrode was found to be several orders ...
Mechanical, thermal and morphological properties of glutaraldehyde crosslinked bovine pericardium followed by glutamic acid treatment
(ABM, ABC, ABPol, 2009)
Major problems with valve bioprostheses are associated with progressive structural deterioration and calcification, directly associated with the use of glutaraldehyde (GA). This work describes the effects of GA processing ...
2-methylcitric Acid Impairs Glutamate Metabolism And Induces Permeability Transition In Brain Mitochondria
Kainate, N-methylaspartate and other excitatory amino acids increase calcium influx into rat brain cortex cells in vitro
Kainate (0.62-5 mM) was found to increase the initial rate of influx of 45Ca and of 22Na into the non-inulin space of rat thin brain cortex slices incubated in vitro, and to shorten the equilibration time for both these ...
A search in rat brain cortex synaptic vesicles for endogenous ligands for kainic acid receptors
Conditions were found for stabilizing rat brain cortex kainic acid (KA) receptors. Such receptors had the same Hill number (about 0.6) for KA and for glutamate. The receptors were then used as detectors for endogenous ...