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Hepatitis virus infection in haemodialysis patients from Moldavia.
BACKGROUND Although the epidemiology of hepatitis B (HBV) and C (HCV) now seems well established for Western European countries, in Central and Eastern Europe < 50% of all dialysis centres routinelyExpand
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E-tongue based on a hybrid array of voltammetric sensors based on phthalocyanines, perylene derivatives and conducting polymers : Discrimination capability towards red wines elaborated with different
Abstract An innovative hybrid sensor array formed by voltammetric electrodes chemically modified with three families of electroactive substances (conducting polymers, phthalocyanine complexes andExpand
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Optimized architecture for Tyrosinase-containing Langmuir–Blodgett films to detect pyrogallol
The control of molecular architectures has been a key factor for the use of Langmuir–Blodgett (LB) films in biosensors, especially because biomolecules can be immobilized with preserved activity. InExpand
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Comparison of carbon screen-printed and disk electrodes in the detection of antioxidants using CoPc derivatives
Abstract Cobalt phthalocyanine (CoPc) and cobalt phthalocyanine carboxylic derivatives (CoTCPc and CoOCPc) have been used as electrocatalysts for the detection of the antioxidants vanillic acid,Expand
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Biogenic amines and fish freshness assessment using a multisensor system based on voltammetric electrodes. Comparison between CPE and screen-printed electrodes
Abstract The present work relates to a method for determining the degree of freshness of fish by monitoring the production of spoilage products. This method comprises the global detection of theExpand
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Monitoring the aging of beers using a bioelectronic tongue
This paper deals with the implementation and the application of a bioelectronic tongue including three enzymatic biosensors based on tyrosinase and phthalocyanines as electron mediators, to evaluateExpand
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Classification of non-alcoholic beer based on aftertaste sensory evaluation by chemometric tools
Sensory evaluation is a scientific discipline used to evoke measure, analyze and interpret reactions to those characteristics of foods and materials as they are perceived by the senses of sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing. Expand
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HIV-1 diversity in heterosexual population in Slovakia, Ukraine and the Czech Republic.
As of June 1997 Slovakia Ukraine and the Czech Republic had 15 311 and 97 AIDS cases respectively. Homosexual contact is the main mode of HIV-1 transmission in Slovakia and the Czech Republic while aExpand
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[The role of C-reactive protein (CRP) determination in the early diagnosis of infections with opportunistic microorganisms in HIV-infected children].
The levels of C-reactive protein (CRP) in sera of 71 HIV-seropositive children and of 71 apparently healthy children were determined by Mancini method. The results demonstrate that HIV-infection perExpand
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[The isolation and subtyping of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from children in Moldova. The evidence for subtype F].
HIV epidemic related to nosocomial transmission in Romanian nursed children represents up to now more than 50% of paediatric AIDS cases in Europe. Although the sources of this epidemic are obscure,Expand
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