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Spectrophotometricand Liquid-ChromatographicStudiesof ThymolphthaleinMonophosphate . Specificationsfor High-QualitySubstrate for the Measurementof ProstaticAcid PhosphataseActivity

@inproceedings{Bowers2004SpectrophotometricandLT,
  title={Spectrophotometricand Liquid-ChromatographicStudiesof ThymolphthaleinMonophosphate . Specificationsfor High-QualitySubstrate for the Measurementof ProstaticAcid PhosphataseActivity},
  author={G. Bowers and M. Onoroski and Richard and S. Schifreen and L. Brown and Robert E. Klem and Lilian M. Ewen},
  year={2004}
}
  • G. Bowers, M. Onoroski, +4 authors Lilian M. Ewen
  • Published 2004
  • Fourteen lots of thymolphthaIein monophosphate (TMP), disodium salt, obtained from 10 commercial suppliers were compared spectrophotometrically at 445 and 595 nm, liquid-chromatographically with monitoring at 254 nm, and enzymically by measurements of activity of prostatic acid phosphatase in human serum. Eight lots were classified as “unacceptable,” six as “acceptable.” Spectrophotometric testing revealed four lots with excessive thymolphthalein and three lots with grossly deficient amounts of… CONTINUE READING

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