The copper(II)-histidine complex obtained following dialysis of human plasma with histidine was investigated using various types of extraction systems and ion exchange resins. According to the results obtained, the Cu(II)-histidine complex formed under the dialysis conditions has one positive charge. Preconcentration of copper from the dialysis solution was achieved by its extraction as a dithiocarbamate complex and by sorption on cation-exchange resin or onto chelate sorbent.
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2006|
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Venelinov, T., Arpadjan, S., Karadjova, I., & Beattie, J. H. (2006). Properties of the copper(II)-histidine complex obtained after dialysis of human plasma with histidine. Acta Pharmaceutica, 56(1), 105-112.