Sylwia Kowalska

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The toxic potency of two industrially used compounds (phenol and catechol) was studied in human blood cells in vitro. Catechol was found to be a more harmful toxin than phenol, since it provokes statistically significant changes in the function of erythrocytes even at low doses. Most of the changes was statistically significant for the doses of 50 ppm of(More)
Different types of columns with specific structural properties were used for the separation of mixtures of ionic liquid cations. Two of them were home-made packings and the other two were commercial stationary phases. One of the home-made packings contained cholesterol ligands bonded chemically to silica (SG-CHOL) whereas the other one was a mixed(More)
In recent years, multivariate techniques have been utilized to evaluate reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatographic data. In the present study, 11 high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) columns were divided into several groups according to the retention factors of 12 peptides. Principal component analysis (PCA) and cluster analysis (CA)(More)
The impact of meat additives on the concentration of biogenic amines and the quality of meat was studied. Fresh white and red meat samples were fortified with the following food additives: citric and lactic acids, disodium diphosphate, sodium nitrite, sodium metabisulphite, potassium sorbate, sodium chloride, ascorbic acid, α-tocopherol, propyl(More)
Chromatographic analysis of ionic liquids on different types of packings offers interesting possibility to determine their retention mechanism. As a consequence, the major interactions between stationary phase ligands and analyzed chemical entities can be defined. The main aim of this work was to analyze cations of ionic liquids on chemically bonded(More)
The aim of this study was to develop a procedure that enabled the separation of estradiol diastereoisomers. For this purpose a series of stationary phases with different surface properties has been utilized. Two of them contain various interaction sites, such as: cholesterol, n-acylamide, amine and silanols localised in the organic layer bonded to the(More)
The complexes of [(99m)Tc]-tricarbonyltechnetium(I) and [(188)Re]-tricarbonylrhenium(I), of the '2+1' type, with methyl thiosalicylate as an anionic bidentate ligand and with either tert-butyl 3-isocyanopropionate or glycine-glycine-tyrosine 4-isocyanobutyrate as monodentate ligands, have been prepared on the n.c.a. scale. The complexes exhibit different(More)
Five end-capped octadecyl RP stationary phases, among which one was a polar embedded stationary phase, were tested for the analysis of benzoic acid derivatives using two mobile phases with or without addition of formic acid (water pH was measured by a common approach; pH of water with addition of formic acid was 3.0 and without formic acid 5.8). The(More)
Biologically active compounds such as vitamins, steroids, nucleosides, peptides and proteins play a very important role in coordinating living organism functions. Determination of those substances is indispensable in pathogenesis. Their complex structure and physico-chemical properties cause many analytical problems. Chromatography is the most common(More)
Analysis of the modified nucleosides is particularly important in the medical area because of a possibility of cancerogenic processes studies. The aim of this work was to study the selectivity tuning of modified nucleosides through the investigations of interactions analyte (modified nucleoside) <==> stationary phase <==> mobile phase. A series of homemade(More)
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