volume 26, issue 1, P56-62 1998
DOI: 10.1016/s0307-4412(97)00129-5
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Abstract: Kinetic conductivity measurement, run as a microcomputer-controlled workstation with eight independent reaction cells, is shown here to be a simple, cost-effective method for assaying enzymes. The technique is demonstrated with enzymes that can be used as markers for the major subcellular compartments of hepatocytes as a one-day student laboratory class with great potential for variation and development. The method is virtually unknown in enzymology, but could be envisaged as standard apparatus for all bioche…

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