Racemic mandelic acid in the form of mandelates is generally used as a pharmaceutical component due to its analgesic, antirheumatic, and spasmolytic effects. It undergoes resolution to form (+)- and (-)-enantiomers that are widely used as chiral resolving agents in enantioseparation of various other racemates via salt formation.
Occupational exposure to styrene was studied in nine workers of a hand lamination plant in Bohemia. Personal dosimeters were used to monitor the styrene workplace exposure, and the levels of styrene in blood and mandelic acid in urine were measured.
Effects originating from the variability of the sample matrix can be efficiently eliminated when the separation conditions are selected so that compounds of like charge with high concentration referred to as macrocomponents are embodied into the system of transient isotachophoresis.
The Journal of investigative dermatology, 78(6), 493-497 (1982-06-01)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the in vivo state of both branches of the autonomic nervous system in children with chronic atopic dermatitis. In 15 patients, age 4 to 11, the following parameters were analyzed: (1) basal
International archives of occupational and environmental health, 72(3), 135-141 (1999-07-07)
Organic solvents have been suspected to exert detrimental effects on human spermiogenesis. Styrene, which is both mutagenic and neurotoxic, was selected as a suitable organic solvent for further assessment of a possible effect on semen quality and sperm DNA damage.
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