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  • 1.   Determination of pantothenic acid in foods by optical biosensor immunoassay

    This study aimed to describe the development of an optical biosensor inhibition immunoassay using a specific pantothenic acid-binding protein for the quantitation of free pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) in foodstuffs

    J AOAC Int, Vol: 88 Page: 1008-14 2005 Jul-Aug
    S. A. Haughey; A. A. O'Kane; G. A. Baxter; A. Kalman; M. J. Trisconi; H. E. Indyk; G. A. Watene

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  • 2.   Energy expenditure by heart rate in children: an evaluation of calibration techniques

    The aim of this study was to examine the impact of applying seven calibration equations in the estimation of free-living total energy expenditure over 2-3 d in seven boys (mean +/- SD age 9.4+/-0.4 yr) by the Flex heart rate (HR) method

    Med Sci Sports Exerc, Vol: 32 Page: 1513-9 August 2000
    M. B. Livingstone; P. J. Robson; M. Totton

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  • 3.   The use of hydrophilic lipophilic balanced (HLB) copolymer SPE cartridges for the extraction of diclofenac from small volume paediatric plasma samples

    The aim of this study was to compare extraction methods of diclofenac from spiked aqueous and plasma samples, for optimun extraction of diclofenac from small volume paediatric plasma samples

    J Pharm Biomed Anal, Vol: 25 Page: 871-9 July 2001
    J. S. Millership; L. G. Hare; M. Farry; P. S. Collier; J. C. McElnay; M. D. Shields; D. J. Carson

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