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Quantitative analysis of hyaluronan in vitreous humor using capillary electrophoresis
Capillary electrophoresis was used for the separation and quantitative analysis of the glycosaminoglycan hyaluronan in human and bovine vitreous with detection by UV absorbance at 200 nm. CalibrationExpand
1H-nuclear magnetic resonance studies of human synovial fluid in arthritic disease states as an aid to confirming metabolic activity in the synovial cavity.
It is concluded that raised levels of lactate and n.m.r.r.-observable hyaluronan and lipids are useful markers to aid the clinical distinction between rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Expand
Characterisation of 1,6- and 1,8-dibromopyrenes
Treatment of pyrene or 1-bromopyrene with limited amounts of bromine affords 1,6-dibromopyrene and 1,8-di-bromopyrene (not isolated pure by previous workers). Further bromination of either dibromideExpand
CP/MAS n.m.r. spectra of samples from the Ulster lignite deposits
Abstract Cross-polarization magic angle spinning 13 C spectra are presented for samples of lignite from the Ulster deposits. Some of these samples show a wealth of fine structure that is moreExpand
Quantitative analysis of hyaluronan in human synovial fluid using capillary electrophoresis
The glycosaminoglycan, hyaluronan, can be detected in human synovial fluid by capillary electrophoresis (CE), and the variation in concentrations of these two components correlate with the arthritic disease state of a joint. Expand
Aspects of catalysis. Part IV. Hydrogen transfer from propan-2-ol to αβ-unsaturated ketones catalysed by a soluble hydridoiridium complex. Isolation of a compound containing a carbon–iridium bond and
Double bonds in some αβ-unsaturated ketones are reduced by propan-2-ol in the presence of soluble iridium–sulphoxide catalysts. Chalcone gives (2-benzoyl-1-phenylethyl-O)dichlorobis(dimethylExpand
Identification of alpha 1-acid glycoprotein (orosomucoid) in human synovial fluid by capillary electrophoresis.
The peak due to AGP in the capillary electrophoresis is broad and gives evidence for the presence of glycoforms, and a sample of the glycoprotein was isolated and shown to give a positive reaction with AGP antibodies. Expand
Dicopper(II) complexes of a binucleating N4 macrocycle containing mono- and di-atomic bridges; magnetic interactions mediated by alkoxo- and diaza-bridging ligands. Crystal structures of
Dicopper(II) complexes of 20-membered N4 binucleating macrocycles L1–L3 derived by a cyclic [2 + 2] condensation of diformylthiophene or diformylfuran with the appropriate diamine have beenExpand
Electrochemical reactions. Part 24. Reductive cyclisation of i-(2-halogenophenyl)-j-phenyl compounds: a general reaction
The phenyl σ-radical formed by reduction of aryl halides in an aprotic solvent undergoes efficient radical substitution on an adjacent benzene ring. Several examples of this cyclisation reaction areExpand