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Chromatographic evaluation of reversed-phase/anion-exchange/cation-exchange trimodal stationary phases prepared by electrostatically driven self-assembly process.
This work describes chromatographic properties of reversed-phase/cation-exchange/anion-exchange trimodal stationary phases. These stationary phases were based on high-purity porous spherical silicaExpand
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Development of a polar-embedded stationary phase with unique properties.
This paper describes a new polar-embedded stationary phase that contains an internal sulfonamide functional group coupled with an ether linkage. The synthesis involves functionalization of sphericalExpand
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Selective method for the analysis of perchlorate in drinking waters at nanogram per liter levels, using two-dimensional ion chromatography with suppressed conductivity detection.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) collected drinking water occurrence data for perchlorate in the Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Regulation (UCMR 1; 2001-2005) using EPAExpand
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US Environmental Protection Agency Method 314.1, an automated sample preconcentration/matrix elimination suppressed conductivity method for the analysis of trace levels (0.50 microg/L) of perchlorate
Since 1997 there has been increasing interest in the development of analytical methods for the analysis of perchlorate. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Method 314.0, which was usedExpand
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Cisapride increases gallbladder volume in gallstone patients before and after extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy
We have previously shown that oral cisapride causes a dose‐related increase of fasting gallbladder volume in healthy subjects. The present study investigates the effect of cisapride on gallbladderExpand
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Specific activation of the prodrug mitomycin phosphate by a bispecific anti-CD30/anti-alkaline phosphatase monoclonal antibody.
The bispecific monoclonal antibody (Bi-MAb) HRS-3/AP-1 was developed by somatic hybridization of the 2 mouse hybridoma cell lines HRS-3 and AP-1, which produce monoclonal antibodies with reactivityExpand
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Control of oligonucleotide retention on a pH-stabilized strong anion exchange column.
Strong anion exchange columns are preferred for oligonucleotide analyses due to their ability to effectively control secondary structure and poly(G) interactions. Methacrylate-based anion exchangeExpand
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The low‐dose monoethylglycinexylidide test: Assessment of liver function with fewer side effects
The hepatic metabolism of lidocaine (1 mg/kg intravenously) to its metabolite monoethylglycinexylidide (MEG‐X) is the basis of the standard MEG‐X test. To reduce the lidocaine‐induced side effects,Expand
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