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1 An acridinium sulphonylamide as a new chemiluminescent label for the determination of carboxylic acids in liquid chromatography
article 1998    
Author: Steijger, O.M. · Kamminga, D.A. · Lingeman, H. · Brinkman, U.A.T.
Keywords: Nutrition · 10-methyl-N-(sulphonyl)-9-acridinium carboxamide · Carboxylic acids · Chemiluminescence · Derivatization · Liquid chromatography · 10 methyl N (p tolyl) N (p iodoacetamidobenzenesulfonyl) 9 acridinium carboxamide · Acridine derivative · Potassium derivative · Potassium hydroxide · Chemistry · Chemoluminescence · Liquid chromatography · Methodology · Molecular probe · Synthesis · Acridines · Carboxylic Acids · Chemiluminescent Measurements · Chromatography, Liquid · Hydroxides · Ibuprofen · Molecular Probes · Potassium Compounds · Solvents · Sulfonamides
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2 Randomized controlled trial assessing a traditional Chinese medicine remedy in the treatment of primary dysmenorrhea
article 2006    
Author: Kennedy, S. · Jin, X. · Yu, H. · Zhong, S. · Magill, P. · Vliet, T. van · Kistemaker, C. · Voors, C. · Pasman, W.
Keywords: Health · Analytical research · Biomedical research · Angelica sinensis extract · Corydalis yanhusuo extract · ibuprofen · Paeonia lactiflora extract · placebo · plant extract · unclassified drug · adult · Angelica sinensis · article · Chinese medicine · clinical article · clinical trial · controlled clinical trial · controlled study · Corydalis · disease duration · double blind procedure · drug efficacy · drug safety · dysmenorrhea · female · headache · human · Paeonia · patient compliance · priority journal · randomization · randomized controlled trial · tablet · visual analog scale · Adolescent · Adult · Drugs, Chinese Herbal · Dysmenorrhea · Female · Humans · Medicine, Chinese Traditional · Middle Aged · Pilot Projects · Placebo Effect · Treatment Outcome
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3 A new approach to predict human intestinal absorption using porcine intestinal tissue and biorelevant matrices
article 2014    
Author: Westerhout, J. · Steeg, E. van de · Grossouw, D. · Zeijdner, E.E. · Krul, C.A.M. · Verwei, M. · Wortelboer, H.M.
Keywords: Biology · Caco-2 · Food-effect · Human intestine · Intestinal absorption · InTESTine™ · Porcine intestine · Acebutolol · Atenolol · Candesartan · Cetirizine · Cimetidine · Ciprofloxacin · Diazepam · Digoxin · Famotidine · Hydrocortisone · Ibuprofen · Indometacin · Mannitol · Melagatran · Metoprolol · Mucin · Oxprenolol · Phenazone · Pindolol · Propranolol · Ranitidine · Salazosulfapyridine · Salicylic acid · Testosterone · Verapamil · Active transport · Animal tissue · CACO 2 cell line · Controlled study · Domestic pig · Drug absorption · Drug bioavailability · Drug penetration · Drug transport · Electric resistance · Ex vivo study · Female · Human · Human tissue · Intestine absorption · Intestine mucosa · Male · Nonhuman · Passive transport · Prediction · Biomedical Innovation · Healthy Living · Life · RAPID - Risk Assessment Products in Development · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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4 Relative absorption and dermal loading of chemical substances: Consequences for risk assessment
article 2009    
Author: Buist, H.E. · Schaafsma, G. · Sandt, J.J.M. van de
Keywords: Chemistry · Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · Dermal absorption · Dermal loading · In vitro · In vivo · Risk assessment · Skin irritation · 1 methyl 2 pyrrolidinone · 2 ethoxyethanol · aminolevulinic acid · aminolevulinic acid hexyl ester · aminolevulinic acid methyl ester · atrazine · azinphos methyl · benzo[a]pyrene · benzoic acid · catechol · chemical compound · disulfoton · flurbiprofen · hexachlorobenzene · hydrocortisone · ibuprofen · iprodione · malathion · mevinphos · naloxone · parathion · pentachlorophenol · pesticide · phosmet · pyrene · testosterone · triclosan · trimethylamine · volatile agent · zinc chloride · article · health hazard · human · in vitro study · in vivo study · molecular weight · nonhuman · priority journal · risk assessment · skin absorption · skin irritation
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5 Uniform procedure of 1H NMR analysis of rat urine and toxicometabonomics Part II : Comparison of NMR profiles classification of hepatotoxicity
article 2007    
Author: Schoonen, W.G.E.J. · Kloks, C.P.A.M. · Ploemen, J.-P.H.T.M. · Smit, M.J. · Zandberg, P. · Horbach, G.J. · Mellema, J.-R. · Zuylen, C.T. van · Tas, A.C. · Nesselrooij, J.H.J. van · Vogels, J.T.W.E.
Keywords: Biology · Analytical research · Cholestasis · Hepatotoxicity · Metabonomics · Necrosis · NMR · Steatosis · Urinalysis · 1 naphthyl isothiocyanate · biological marker · bromobenzene · carbon tetrachloride · chlorpromazine · ethinylestradiol · ibuprofen · iproniazid · isoniazid · methyltestosterone · mianserin · paracetamol · phenobarbital · placebo · tetracycline · thioacetamide · animal experiment · animal tissue · article · controlled study · diagnostic accuracy · diagnostic value · drug blood level · drug urine level · early diagnosis · fatty liver · histopathology · intermethod comparison · intrahepatic cholestasis · liver necrosis · liver toxicity · male · nonhuman · pattern recognition · prediction · principal component analysis · proton nuclear magnetic resonance · rat · urinalysis · Animals · Biological Markers · Cholestasis · Fatty Liver · Hepatitis, Toxic · Liver · Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy · Male · Necrosis · Pattern Recognition, Automated · Principal Component Analysis · Rats · Rats, Wistar · Urine · Animalia · Rattus
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