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Molecular interactions between DPPC and morphine derivatives: a DSC and EPR study.
The interaction between different morphine derivatives (morphine, codeine, N-methyl-morphine, N-methyl-codeine) and alpha-L-dipalmitoyl phosphatidylcholine (DPPC) liposomes was studied withExpand
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Chromatography of anticancer drugs
Normal 0 The objectives of the series of reviews are the collection, concise description, comparison and evaluation of the various chromatographic methodologies applied for the separation andExpand
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Phospholipid-Papain Interactions
Abstract Interaction of six synthetic phospholipids with papain was studied by differential scanning calorimetry. Papain and phospholipid influenced mutually each other's main transition temperature,Expand
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Structural Requirements for the Membrane Damaging Effect of Non Homologous Series of Nonionic Tenzides. Structural Requirements for the Biological Activity of Tenzides
The lipophilicity and the membrane damaging effect responsible for microbicidal activity of 26 nonionic tenzides belonging to various homologous series have been determined by reversed-phaseExpand
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Interaction of some non-ionic tensides with dioleoyl phosphatidyl choline, studied by charge-transfer chromatography
Abstract The interaction of the membrane phospholipid, dioleoyl phosphatidyl choline (DOPC), with 23 non-ionic tensides belonging to four homologous series was studied by charge-transferExpand
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Charge transfer chromatography used to study the interaction between synthetic phospholipids and nonylphenyl-nonylglycolate.
The interaction between 8 synthetic phospholipids and the nonionic tenzide nonylphenyl-nonylglycolate was studied by charge transfer chromatography. The method has been improved by carrying out theExpand
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[Liposomes as drug carrier systems. Preparation, classification and therapeutic advantages of liposomes].
Bangham et al. (1965) created first the concept of the liposome as a microparticulate lipoidal vesicle separated from its aqueous environment by one or more lipid bilayers. Later Gregoriadis andExpand
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Chromatographic determination of fungicides in biological and environmental matrices. New achievements.
The newest results in the chromatographic analysis of synthetic and natural fungicides present in biological and environmental matrices are collected and critically evaluated. Examples of theExpand
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Interaction of amino acids with the herbicides diquat and paraquat studied by charge-transfer chromatography
SummaryThe interaction of the amino acids and some peptides with the herbicides diquat and paraquat was determined by reversed-phase charge-transfer chromatography. Only charged amino acids andExpand
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