AbstractThe project consisted of two major sections:- (i) A high performance liquid chromatography assay to determine total D-penicillamine in human plasma was developed and modified. The final system comprised two columns together with a switching valve, coupled with an electrochemical detector fitted with a sulphydryl-specific amalgamated gold electrode. The resultant chromatography was rapid, exhibited high sensitivity (
|Date of Award||1985|
Sulphydryl-dependent reactions of D-penicillamine: Pharmacokinetics and effects on monocyte function in rheumatoid arthritis.
Llewellyn, D. H. (Author). 1985
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › PhD