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Metallomics study of lead-protein interactions in egg albumen by electrochemical and electrophoretic methods

HYNEK, D. KREJČOVÁ, L. KŘÍŽKOVÁ, S. RUTTKAY-NEDECKÝ, B. PIKULA, J. ADAM, V. HÁJKOVÁ, P. TRNKOVÁ, L. SOCHOR, J. POHANKA, M. HUBÁLEK, J. BEKLOVÁ, M. VRBA, R. KIZEK, R.

Originální název

Metallomics study of lead-protein interactions in egg albumen by electrochemical and electrophoretic methods

Anglický název

Metallomics study of lead-protein interactions in egg albumen by electrochemical and electrophoretic methods

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Lead(II) ions represent still threath to living organisms due to high burden of these ions in environment. The aim of this study was to design and perform experiments studying the interaction of lead(II) ions and proteins contained in egg albumen. For this purpose, we used electrochemical and electrophoretic techniques. The results bring new and unique point of view in metallomics research and may provide new insights into mechanisms duringembryonic development.

Anglický abstrakt

Lead(II) ions represent still threath to living organisms due to high burden of these ions in environment. The aim of this study was to design and perform experiments studying the interaction of lead(II) ions and proteins contained in egg albumen. For this purpose, we used electrochemical and electrophoretic techniques. The results bring new and unique point of view in metallomics research and may provide new insights into mechanisms duringembryonic development.

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@article{BUT75744,
  author="David {Hynek} and Ludmila {Krejčová} and Soňa {Křížková} and Branislav {Ruttkay-Nedecký} and Vojtěch {Adam} and Libuše {Trnková} and Jiří {Sochor} and Miroslav {Pohanka} and Jaromír {Hubálek} and Miroslava {Beklová} and Radimír {Vrba} and René {Kizek}",
  title="Metallomics study of lead-protein interactions in egg albumen by electrochemical and electrophoretic methods",
  annote="Lead(II) ions represent still threath to living organisms  due to high burden of these ions in environment. The aim of this study was to design and perform experiments studying the interaction of lead(II) ions and proteins contained in egg albumen. For this purpose, we used electrochemical and electrophoretic techniques. The results bring new and unique point of view in metallomics research and may provide new insights into mechanisms duringembryonic development.",
  chapter="75744",
  number="2",
  volume="7",
  year="2012",
  month="february",
  pages="943--964",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}