Previous article Next article Contents  

S. Yu. Zaitsev

Interfacial tensiometry method for the analysis of model systems in comparison with blood as the most important biological liquid


Interfacial tensiometry of various liquids is an informative colloid-chemical method for the analysis of various liquids in many areas of sciences and medical practice. This method of dynamic surface tension (DST) measurements proposed for the study of plasma (serum) animal blood and mixtures of proteins, lipids and salts as model systems. It is found that the saline affects significantly less of lecithin aqueous dispersion in comparison with those of the proteins. The DST values and biochemical parameters of the cows blood serum of the same sample were obtained. Correlations between the DST values and biochemical parameters of blood serum were found, which are both fundamental and practical importance in laboratory diagnostics.
Key words: interfacial tensiometery, dynamic surface tension, blood serum, biochemical parameters, correlations.
Moscow University Chemistry Bulletin.
2016, Vol. 57, No. 3, P. 198

Copyright (C) Chemistry Dept., Moscow State University, 2002
   Editorial board
   Tables of Contents

The site is supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research
  The using of published on this page materials is not allowed without special permission
Copyright (C) Chemisty Department of Moscow State University
Web-Editor: B.I.Pokrovskii
Web-design: Copyright (C) MIG and VVM