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The Dangerous Snakes of Africa: Natural History: Species Directory: Venoms and Snakebite
GMELIN,J. F. 1789. Pisces, p. 1126-1516. In: Caroli a Linne Systema naturae per regna tria naturae, secundum classes, ordines, genera, species, cum characteribus, differentiis, synonymis, locis.Expand
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Perceptions of Species Abundance, Distribution, and Diversity: Lessons from Four Decades of Sampling on a Government-Managed Reserve
  • J. Whitfield Gibbons Author to whom correspondence should be ad, V. Burke, +26 authors D. Karapatakis
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Environmental management
  • 1 March 1997
/ We examined data relative to species abundance, distribution, anddiversity patterns of reptiles and amphibians to determine how perceptionschange over time and with level of sampling effort.Expand
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Sulfonium and phosphonium, new ion-pairing agents with unique selectivity towards polarizable anions.
Ion-pair chromatography (IPC) almost universally relies upon ammonium-based ion-pairing agents (IPAs) for anion separations. This work compares tetrabutylammonium (TBA) with tetrabutylphosphoniumExpand
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Determination of zwitterionic and cationic surfactants by high-performance liquid chromatography with chemiluminescenscent nitrogen detection.
The use of chemiluminescent nitrogen specific detection (CLND) combined with an HPLC separation allows for the identification and quantification of cationic and zwitterionic surfactants. The CLNDExpand
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Chemiluminescence nitrogen detection in ion chromatography for the determination of nitrogen-containing anions.
Chemiluminescence nitrogen detection (CLND) provides equimolar response for nitrogen-containing ions such as nitrate, nitrite, cyanide, ammonium and tetradecyltrimethylammonium. Only azide yields aExpand
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Capillary electrophoretic analysis of whole blood samples for hemoglobin‐based oxygen carriers without the use of immunoprecipitation
Hemoglobin‐based oxygen carriers (HBOCs) are blood substitutes, synthesized by polymerizing hemoglobin, which are being developed and investigated as alternatives to blood for medical purposes.Expand
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Role of capillary electrophoresis in the fight against doping in sports.
  • C. Harrison
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Analytical chemistry
  • 18 June 2013
At present the role of capillary electrophoresis in the detection of doping agents in athletes is, for the most part, nonexistent. More traditional techniques, namely gas and liquid chromatographyExpand
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The analytical challenges of anti-doping analysis
  • C. Harrison
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • 17 September 2013
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The development of new anti-doping analyses presents a fascinating and ever-changing set of bioanalytical challenges to those who endeavor to devise tests to detect prohibited substances used by athletes. Expand
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Towards the identification of autologous blood transfusions through capillary electrophoresis
AbstractThe use of autologous blood transfusions by endurance athletes has remained one of the most difficult doping practices to detect. The implementation of the Athlete’s Biological Passport byExpand
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Adsorption of buffer ion pairs can alter long‐term electroosmotic flow stability
Dynamic capillary coatings have become widespread due to their efficacy in modifying the EOF in capillary electrophoretic separations and ability to limit unwanted analyte‐surface interactions.Expand
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