Maria G Simantiraki

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Simultaneous detection of several biological processes in vivo is a common requirement in biomedical and biological applications, and in order to address this issue the use of multiple fluorophores is usually the method of choice. Existing methodologies however, do not provide quantitative feedback of multiple fluorophore concentrations in small animals in(More)
The present technique describes the preparation of a selective receptor for carbofuran and the development of a simple sensitive spot optical test for the rapid one-shot detection of carbofuran using stabilized lipid films supported on a methacrylate polymer on a glass fiber filter with incorporated artificial receptor. The selective receptor was(More)
The present technique describes a simple, sensitive spot test for the rapid one-shot detection of dopamine in human urine using lipid films with incorporated resorcin[4]arene receptor that are synthesized by a chemical reaction with a methacrylate polymer on a glass fiber filter. The lipid films without the receptor provided fluorescence under a UV lamp.(More)
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