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Modification of the 6-Hydroxydopamine Technique for the Correct Determination of Superoxide Dismutase
Heikkila & Cabbat (Anal. Biochem. 75, 356-362 (1976)) have proposed the autoxidation of the 6-hydroxydopamine as a method to test Superoxide dismutase activity in biological samples. This method has several advantages ...
Evaluation of Five New Liquid Stable Applications on the Roche Cobas Integra
In the present study the analytical performances of five new liquid applications on the Roche Cobas Integra were evaluated: urea and high density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol in serum and glucose, creatinine and inorganic ...
Measurement of Free Triiodothyronine in Intensive Care Patients
Comparison of Two Routine Methods
One hundred sera from intensive care patients, and 93 sera from endocrinological outpatients were used for a comparison between two automated assays for free triiodothyronine (Enzymun Test, and Elecsys 2010, both Boehringer ...
A Multicentre Study of the New Reflotron® Systemfor the Measurement of Urea, Glucose, Triacylglycerols, Cholesterol, γ-Glutamyltransferase and Haemoglobin
Reflotron®, a solid phase reagent technology capable of measuring a wide range of analytes on whole blood, plasma or serum samples has been evaluated with reference to urea, glucose, cholesterol, triacylglycerols, ...
A Sensitive Method for Determination of Conjugates Catecholamines in Blood Plasma
Conjugated catecholamines in blood plasma of blood donors were determined from the difference between the total and the free catecholamines. Total catecholamines were measured after complete hydrolysis of the conjugated ...