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Bio-analytical Chemistry
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1. Marzouk, S. A., Sayour, H.E.M., Ragab, A. M., Cascio, W.E. and Hassan, S.S.M. (2000): A simple FIA-System for Simultaneous Measurements of Glucose and Lactate with Amperometric Detection. Electroanalysis, 12 (16): 1304.
2. Hassan, S.S.M., Marzouk, S.A.M. and Sayour, H.E.M., (2002): Methylene blue potentiometric sensor for selective determination of sulfide ions. Anal. Chim. Acta, 466: 47.
3. Hassan, S.S.M., Marzouk, S.A.M. and Sayour, H.E.M., (2003): Selective potentiometric determination of nitrite ion using a novel (4-sulphophenylazo-) 1-naphthylamine membrane sensor. Talanta, 59: 1237.
4. Hassan, S.S.M., Sayour, H.E.M., Al-Mehrezi S. S. (2007): A novel planar miniaturized potentiometric sensor for flow injection analysis of nitrates in wastewaters, fertilizers and pharmaceuticals. Anal. Chim. Acta, 581 (1,2): 13.
5. Hassan, S.S.M., Kamel, A.H., Sayour, H.E.M., (2009): A simple potentiometric method for determination of acid and alkaline phosphatase enzymes in biological fluids and dairy products using a nitrophenyl phosphate substrate PVC membrane sensor. Anal. Chim. Acta, 640(1-2), 75.
6. Kamel, A.H., Sayour, H.E.M.,(2009): Flow-Through Assay of Quinine Using Solid Contact Potentiometric Sensors Based on Molecularly Imprinted Polymers. Electroanalysis, (accepted in press)
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