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Influence of Fractional Electromagnetic Radiation Doses on Biosensor Matrix Component Stability

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In the paper influence of electromagnetic field (200 MHz) on biosensor matrix component was shown. Specially designed test bench containing the scanner 3D with the robot was used for electromagnetic field monitoring. The scans of electromagnetic field distribution, before and behind sample were collected. Conformation change of studied protein was monitored by UV spectra. It indicates that fragmentation and aggregation of studied protein might occur with time. The stabilization effect caused by electromagnetic 200 MHz in protein solution was found. The effect was dose dependent (cumulative effect of electromagnetic field) and the differences in the absorption intensity between the control sample and samples after exposition were more visible with time.
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133
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101-104
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2018-01
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2017-07-19
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2017-12-05
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