The detection of glucose at low concentrations using electrochemical sensors is of great importance due to the possibility of using different human body fluids than blood, such as e.g. urine, saliva, sweat or tears. The interest behind those biofluids is related to their utility in non-invasive sugar determination. In this work, we present flexible, fully biocompatible electrode material based on Au nanoparticles immobilized onto...
The synthesis and structure of a potential immunosuppressant: N-mycophenoyl malonic acid dimethyl ester
The synthesis of a potential immunosuppressant, i.e. dimethyl ester of N-mycophenoyl malonic acid was optimized in the reaction of mycophenolic acid (MPA) with amino malonic dimethyl ester in the presence of propanephosphonic anhydride (T3P) as a coupling reagent. The structural properties of the obtained MPA derivative were investigated by NMR, MS and single crystal X-ray diffraction methods. Theoretical considerations of conformational...
A gold-based sensing platform, TiND | AuNP | Nafion, was prepared as an exemplary electrode material exhibiting a response to glucose in a neutral solution. The change of electrochemical properties after exposure to glucose and interference compounds such as vitamin C, glycine, urea, paracetamol and acetylsalicylic acid was tested.
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