Issues Vol. 15 No. 2

New Options for Collecting Small Volume Samples: Implications for Microdialysis and In Vivo Ultrafiltration (92k)
The BASi Research Team has created two new products for in vivo sampling: the HoneyComb™ refrigerated fraction collector and the Pollen-8™ On-line Injector. These additions to the BASi Bee™ line of products provide useful alternatives for the collection of small volume samples.

Recycling of the Supporting Electrolyte Tetra(n-butyl)ammonium Hexafluorophosphate from Used Electrolyte Solutions (42k)
Stefan Dümmling, Emerich Eichhorn, Susanne Schneider, Bernd Speiser, and Marc Würde from the Universität Tübingen, Germany, describe how to recycle the supportive electrolyte tetra(n-butyl)ammonium hexafluorophosphate and illustrate the quality of the recycled product by comparing its cyclic voltammograms with material from the original synthesis.

Enantioresolution of Amphetamine, Methamphetamine, and Deprenyl (Selegiline) by LC, GC, and CE (42k)
Daniel W. Armstrong, K.L. Rundlett, G.L. Reid III, and U.B. Nair from the University of Missouri-Rolla study the advantages and disadvantages of using LC, GC, and CE for the enantioresolution of amphetamine, methamphetamine, and deprenyl (selegiline).

Monitoring Transdermal Delivery of Nicotine Using In Vivo Microdialysis Sampling (43k)
Hong Zuo, Meng Ye, and Malonne Davies of BASi Kansas demonstrate the usefulness of the linear microdialysis probe for transdermal drug delivery.

Fitting Experimental Cyclic Voltammetry Data with Theoretical Simulations Using DigiSim® 2.1 (66k)
Adrian W. Bott of BASi outlines the use of DigiSim® 2.1 software for fitting simulated and experimental cyclic voltammetry data and the difficulties associated with this process.