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  • [Effects of Phosphate and Zeolite on the Transformation of Cd Speciation in Soil]. [Journal Article]
    Huan Jing Ke Xue 2015; 36(4):1437-44Wang XL, Liang CH, … Han Y
  • The test simulated exogenous Cd contaminated soil indoors, and studied separate application of potassium dihydrogen phosphate, diammonium hydrogen phosphate and zeolite, and combined application of zeolite and dipotassium hydrogen phosphate, zeolite and diammonium hydrogen phosphate, as well as the effect on the morphological changes of Cd contaminated soil. The results showed that soil exchangea…
  • MicroRNAs as novel biological targets for detection and regulation. [Review]
    Chem Soc Rev 2014; 43(2):506-17Li J, Tan S, … Zhang Y
  • MicroRNAs are being considered as a novel type of bio-markers and potential therapeutic targets for various diseases. Diverse chemical tools are being developed for the detection or regulation of microRNAs with bio-medical implications. Chemical probes have been developed for use in combination with in situ signal amplification strategies to realize sensitive detection of microRNAs of low abundan…
  • Comparison of the properties of polymeric and C8 based materials for solid phase extraction. [Journal Article]
    J Pharm Biomed Anal 1998; 17(6-7):1093-100Martin P, Wilson ID
  • The extraction properties of two polymeric solid phase extraction materials, styryldivinyl benzene (SDB) and 'Oasis' have been compared with those of a base deactivated C8 bonded silica gel using a range of acidic and basic test analytes. In the case of the two polymer phases good extraction of all the test compounds from aqueous buffer was obtained over the pH range 2-10. On the C8 material, eff…
  • Recent insights into the coordinate regulation of body water and divalent mineral ion metabolism. [Review]
    Am J Med Sci 1998; 316(5):321-8Baum MA, Harris HW
  • Traditionally, arginine vasopressin modulation of renal water, sodium, and urea excretion has been considered somewhat in isolation from factors that control divalent mineral ion homeostasis. Similarly, previous considerations of divalent mineral ion metabolism have focused mainly on the role of hormones, eg, parathyroid hormone and various forms of vitamin D, as principal modifiers of renal calc…
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