Determination of [K+] in blood serum with a valinomycin-based silicone rubber membrane of universal applicability to body fluids.

@article{Anker1983DeterminationO,
  title={Determination of [K+] in blood serum with a valinomycin-based silicone rubber membrane of universal applicability to body fluids.},
  author={Phillipe Anker and Hannes Jenny and U Wuthier and R F Asper and Daniel Ammann and Wilhelm Simon},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={1983},
  volume={29 7},
  pages={1447-8}
}
Various ion-selective electrodes based on valinomycin (Table 1) have been widely used for determination of the K + concentration in whole blood, blood plasma, and undiluted and diluted blood serum, as well as in diluted urine [for a review see (1)]. Plasticized poly(vinylchloride) membranes (columns 2 and 3 in Table 1) have been of special interest. Although these electrodes, especially the one plasticized with dinonyladipate (I), exhibita very high stabilityofthe electromotiveforce of the cell… CONTINUE READING
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