Authors:Mohammad R. Saraji-Bozorgzad, Thorsten Streibel, Erwin Kaisersberger, Thomas Denner, and Ralf Zimmermann
organic fingerprint information. Due to this broad distribution, the relative intensity of individual compounds may become rather low and slip below the detection limit. The detection strength of a capillary coupling, where the analyte gas from the TG
Authors:Xiaoyan Zhang, Jie Liu, Wenbo Sun, Xiangchun Shen, Xiaojian Gong, Cong Wang, Yan Liang, and Wei Zhou
same therapeutical effect. Chemical fingerprint–pharmacokinetics–pharmacodynamics (CF–PK–PD) analytical method was first proposed by our research group in 2013 [ 13 ], this research strategy was applied to closely link CF, PK and PD, combine time
Authors:M. Jablonski, K. Lawniczak-Jablonska, and M. T. Klepka
The above synchrotron radiation base research leading to these results has received funding support from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement No. 226716
Authors:Wioleta Jesionek, Edyta Grzelak, Barbara Majer-Dziedzic, and Irena Choma
The main volatile compounds from three medicinal plants belonging to Lamiaceae family were screened for their biological properties. The plants were Salvia officinalis, Thymus vulgaris, and Mentha × piperita containing as the main volatile constituents thujone, thymol, and menthol, respectively. The applied chromatographic system was silica gel developed with toluene-ethyl acetate (93:7). Thin-layer chromatography — direct bioautography (TLC-DB) against Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis was used for detection of antibacterial activity of the plant extracts and essential oils. The bioautographic fingerprints were compared with the fingerprints obtained after derivatization with anisaldehyde.
Authors:L.R. Vemireddy, N. Ranjithkumar, A. Vipparla, M. Surapaneni, G. Choudhary, K.V. Sudhakarrao, and E.A. Siddiq
India bred high yielding rice varieties have enriched to a great extent the global rice germplasm since the mid-sixties. Systematic research efforts for development of cultivar-specific DNA fingerprints of major Indian rice cultivars, however, have not received due attention. The present investigation was aimed at development of DNA fingerprints for 90 high yielding rice varieties using hypervariable microsatellite (hvRM) markers. A panel of eight markers, viz. RM11313, RM13584, RM15004, RM5844, RM22250, RM22565, RM24260 and RM8207 was chosen from 52 polymorphic markers based on their highly polymorphic nature, SSR repeat type and number and ability to distinguish genotypes, in order to develop DNA fingerprints of 90 varieties. The remaining high polymorphic hvRM markers could be of immense value in future to distinguish new cultivars, in case they could not be distinguished by the 8 marker panel. Four of the 8 markers, viz. RM22250, RM13584, RM24260 and RM5844 were located in expressed genes and could be of value in DUS (Distinctness, Uniformity and Stability) testing. Thus we suggested, that this set of 8 loci could be used as standard for DNA fingerprinting of Indian rice cultivars.
Neutron activation analyses of ground samples of safe-packing insulation have shown that dust from different sources may be
differentiated by trace element content. Between 10 and 20 elements were identified in each of 54 samples, and comparison
of the activation “fingerprints” offers a good prospect for positively or negatively matching two or more samples.
The capabilities of neutron activation for trace elements geochemical investigation are demonstrated on the basis of long term determination and intercomparisons for the purpose of geochemical oceanic basalts investigations. We illustrate by a few examples the necessity of these capabilities for precise petrological and geodynamical modelizations. Hygromagmaphile trace element fingerprints of mantle heterogeneities are emphasized.