1H NMR spin-echo spectroscopy of human erythrocytes. Transformation of exogenous compounds.

@article{Skibsted19901HNS,
  title={1H NMR spin-echo spectroscopy of human erythrocytes. Transformation of exogenous compounds.},
  author={Ulrik Skibsted and Poul Erik Hansen},
  journal={NMR in biomedicine},
  year={1990},
  volume={3 6},
  pages={
          248-58
        }
}
1H NMR spin-echo spectroscopy has been used to study the metabolism of exogenous compounds in human erythrocytes. The non-invasive nature of the technique and the continuous monitoring makes it ideal to investigate both the conversion of substrates and the occurrence and the nature of the products. Hydrolysis rates may be determined and the hydrolysis of alkyl, vinyl, and aryl acetates are shown to be due to A-esterase activity. The conversion products are normally observed, but in the case of… CONTINUE READING
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