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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Characterisation of Human Foetal Liver Zn = Metallohtioneins Using Differential Pulse PolarographyNIETO Palmeiro oscar; HELLEMANS Godelieve; BORDIN Guy; DE LEY Marc; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ AdelaArticles in Journals
1999Complexatioin Properties of the Metallothionein Fragment Lys-Cys-Thr-Cys-Cys-Ala (56-61) MT I with Zinc and Cadmium Using Square Wave VoltammetryNIETO Palmeiro oscar; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ AdelaArticles in Journals
1997Cyclic Voltammetry Study of the Peptide Lys-Cys-Thr-Cys-Ala[56-61] MT I in the Presence of CadmiumHARLYK Charlotte; BORDIN Guy; NIETO Palmeiro oscarArticles in Journals
1998Electrochemical Behaviour of a Metallothionein Related Peptide in the Presence of Cadmium Using Cyclic Voltammetry.HARLYK Charlotte; BORDIN Guy; NIETO Palmeiro oscar; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ AdelaArticles in Journals
1998Electrochemical Characterisation of Human Adult Kidney Metallothioneins by Differential Pulse Polarography.NIETO Palmeiro oscar; HELLEMANS Godelieve; BORDIN Guy; DE LEY Marc; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ AdelaArticles in Journals
1998Electrochemical Study of Metallothionein Related Peptide in the Presence of Zinc Using Cyclic Voltammetry.HARLYK Charlotte; NIETO Palmeiro oscar; BORDIN Guy; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ AdelaArticles in Journals
1998Electrochemical Study of Metallothioneins Using Cyclic Voltammetry.HARLYK Charlotte; NIETO Palmeiro oscar; BORDIN Guy; RODRIGUEZ-FERNANDEZ AdelaArticles in Journals
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