Sabine Borgmann

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Release of nitric oxide (NO) is of high importance for regulating endothelial cell functions during vasodilatation, vascular remodeling, and angiogenesis. Thus, a direct and reliable real-time method for NO detection that takes into account time-dependent variations of the NO concentration in the complex reaction within the diffusion zone above the cells is(More)
Discussed here is an analytical method for profiling lipids and phospholipids directly from mammalian tissues excised from Mus musculus (house mouse). Biochemical analysis was accomplished through the use of matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) Fourier transform mass spectrometry, where whole tissue sections of mouse brain, heart, and liver(More)
Here we describe a study of the feasibility of lipid and phospholipid (PL) profiling using matrix assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) Fourier transform mass spectrometry (FTMS) for two different applications. In this work PL profiles of different mammalian tissues as well as those of whole cell organisms were examined. In particular, comparative(More)
A drainage tube was made by radiation vulcanization of a high polymeric substance based on natural rubber elastomers. Pentosan polysulphate sodium bound to a carrier substance (synthetic type 4A or 13X zeolite) was incorporated in the drainage tube which was then tested for its anticoagulant properties during perfusion with Tris buffer solution, citrated(More)
Indirectly heated electrodes operating in a non-isothermal mode have been used as transducers for reagentless glucose biosensors. Pyrroloquinoline quinone-dependent soluble glucose dehydrogenase (PQQ-sGDH) was entrapped on the electrode surface within a redox hydrogel layer. Localized polymer film precipitation was invoked by electrochemically modulating(More)
Antithrombotically effective drugs (heparin, pentosan polysulphate, streptokinase) were incorporated into elastomeric materials by means of zeolites as carrier. The incorporated antithrombotic agents can be delivered to the surrounding medium. These self-antithrombotic elastomers may be used as tubes to drain off body fluids (catheters, drains, etc.).
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