By D. van Elswijk, T. Schenk, U. R. Tjaden (auth.), Prof. Dr. Bertold Hock (eds.)
Bioresponse-linked instrumental research combines biomolecular reputation, starting up a organic impact within the organism, and chemical research. even supposing this expertise is just at its starting, the ability of this method is apparent. It offers either, info on results with recognize to the utilized goal buildings in addition to the chemical constitution and focus of lively components found in a pattern. during this ebook, examples starting from endocrine disruptors to neurotoxic components are used to demonstrate the principle.
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In addition, the control of illegal hormones and environmental analysis represent other areas, which are highly suitable for LC-BCD. In conclusion, the methods described here allow automated monitoring of analytes, known or unknown, simultaneously with their biologically active degradation products at low concentration levels. In combination with mass spectrometry, bioactive compounds can be characterized in dependence of the response of the biochemical detection system. Acknowledgements. The authors would like to thank Dr.
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