Schmid_1977_Nahrung_21_311

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Title : [Radiometric determination of 11 carbamate pesticides in the nanogram and subnanongram ranges by means of cholinesterase inhibition] - Schmid_1977_Nahrung_21_311
Author(s) : Schmid ER , Damboritz W , Markl P
Ref : Nahrung , 21 :311 , 1977
Abstract : This method for determining carbamates is based on the inhibiting action of these substances on acetylcholinesterase activity. The use of radioactively labelled acetylcholine as a substrate, the ensuing extractive separation of the radioactive acetic acid (formed by hydrolysis) and its radiometric determination permit to detect very small amounts of carbamates. The limit of detection for aldicarb, baygon, benomyl, bux, carbaryl, CIPC, matacil, phenmedipham and promecarb lies in the picogram range; that for barban and methomyl, in the nanogram range. The lower, linear parts of the curves for the different carbamates fall within the range 0.001-10 ng. The sensitivity (expressed as delta% inhibition/delta lg ng carbamate) ranges from 1.0 to 9.7.
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Schmid ER, Damboritz W, Markl P (1977)
[Radiometric determination of 11 carbamate pesticides in the nanogram and subnanongram ranges by means of cholinesterase inhibition]
Nahrung 21 :311

Schmid ER, Damboritz W, Markl P (1977)
Nahrung 21 :311