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DETERMINATION OF TOTAL AND D-AMINO ACID CONTENT IN MICE BRAIN TISSUE BY ACHIRAL-CHIRAL HEART-CUTTING TWO-DIMENSIONAL LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY: DIAGNOSTIC AND CLINICAL RELEVANCE AND A COMPARISON BETWEEN NON-PERFUSED AND PERFUSED TISSUE
A heart-cutting two dimensional liquid chromatographic method for the quantification of free amino acid enantiomers from mouse brain tissue is demonstrated. Evidence to support the occurrence of D-amino acids in significant ...
SYNTHESIS OF MODIFIED RIBOSE SPIN-LABEL
Transfer ribonucleic acids (tRNAs) from all organisms contain modified nucleosides, which are derived from four different nucleosides. Research has indicated that tRNA modifications affect translation and various metabolic ...
New conductometric detection methods for sensitive ion chromatographic measurement of weak electrolytes
Since Suppressed conductometric anion chromatography (SCAC) was proposed in the mid-1970s, SCAC has become a widely used tool for the determination of anion species in aqueous samples. Its application ranges from trace ...
Structure-Activity Relationships of Ruthenium(II) Polypyridyl Complexes with Redox-Active Intercalating Ligands: Correlation between Redox Activity, DNA Cleavage Capability and Cytotoxicity
The investigation and development of transition metal complexes as cancer chemotherapeutics has gained a lot of interest in the past few decades and has become a promising area of research. Metal complexes of platinum and ...
Controlled Hydrosilylations of Carbonyl Compounds and Computational Investigations of a Hydride Shuttle Mechanism for Alkene Hydrosilylation
Chapter 1 describes tandem dual hydrosilylations of α,β-unsaturated enals. Hydrosilylations of both carbonyl compounds and alkenes have been utilized to create chiral alcohols. Tandem dual hydrosilylations (TDH) of ...