Claudia Schön

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Papaverine was found to be an effective inhibitor of hypoxanthine transport not only in human erythrocytes, but also in the human cell lines HL60 (myeloic) and U937 (monocytic). IC50 values for inhibition of hypoxanthine influx ranged from 6 to 20 microM. In erythrocytes papaverine was found to be a non-competitive inhibitor of hypoxanthine(More)
The ERA-NET Bioenergy project “FutureBioTec” aimed to provide a substantial contribution concerning the development of future low emission stoves and automated smalland medium-scale biomass combustion systems (<20 MWth). The project focused on the further development of wood stoves towards significantly decreased CO, OGC and PM emissions by primary measures(More)
Monitoring of contaminating platelets, granulocytes, and lymphocytes in leukocyte-poor red blood cell concentrates is usually done by counting in an electronic particle counter. Sensitivity and specificity of this technique are compromised by the contamination of the preparations with other cell types and particles thereof. In this report we studied(More)
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