Determination of Serum Albumin in Blood by Constant-Current Coulometry Using Electrochemically Generated Oxidizers

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A method is developed for the determination of human serum albumin by constant-current coulometry using electrochemically generated oxidizers. It is found that human serum albumin interacts with electrochemically generated bromine and iodine at a ratio of 1:73 and 1:64, respectively. Milligrams of human serum albumin were determined in model solutions with RSD = 1 − 2%. A procedure is proposed for the determination of serum albumin in human blood.

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