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Iron mobilisation and cellular protection by a new synthetic chelator O-Trensox.
The protective effect of O-Trensox against iron toxicity induced in hepatocyte cultures by ferric citrate was shown by decreased release of the enzymes lactate dehydrogenase, aspartate isinotransferase, and alanine aminotranferase from the cultures and, using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) measurements, decreased production of lipid radicals. Expand
Brain iron in the ferrocene-loaded rat: its chelation and influence on dopamine metabolism.
Each of the hydroxypyridones and the siderophore influenced dopamine metabolism by causing significant variations in both homovanillic acid and dopamine turnover. Expand
Evaluation of new iron chelators and their therapeutic potential
One of the most important challenges for biological inorganic chemistry is to understand metal ion homeostasis, particularly since we are becoming increasingly aware that its disequilibrium is at the… Expand
Transport properties of electrodialysis membranes in the presence of Zn2+ complexes with Cl-
- F. Aouad
- 22 January 1997
The aim of this paper is to investigate the properties of anion exchange electrodialysis membranes in contact with aqueous solutions containing zinc chloride complexes. Measurements of electric… Expand
Loss of permselectivity of anion exchange membranes in contact with zinc chloride complexes
In this paper we compare the properties of anion-exchange membranes in contact with aqueous solutions containing zinc chloride complexes and with uncomplexed metal chloride solutions. Electric… Expand