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Slow microfiltration or slow microdialysis to versatile biomonitoring

08 June 2009

PhD ceremony: D. Huinink, 13.15 uur, Academiegebouw, Broerstraat 5, Groningen

Thesis: Slow microfiltration or slow microdialysis to versatile biomonitoring

Promotor(s): prof. J. Korf

Faculty: Medical Sciences

 

Important in human and animal research is the methodology to monitor stress without interference with the normal stress physiology. Related to this issue is or how to collect biological samples from an intact organism without stress, and how to store and analyse biochemical and pharmaceutical compounds. The present thesis is focused on the development of continuous monitoring devices in the freely moving subject that can be applied to a wide variety of compounds, including the glucocorticoids corticosterone and/or cortisol.

 

Last modified:15 September 2017 3.38 p.m.

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