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NTA-modified carbon electrode as a general relaying substrate to facilitate electron transfer of SOD: application to in vivo monitoring of O2(-) in a rat brain.

NTA-modified carbon electrode as a general relaying substrate to facilitate electron transfer of SOD: application to in vivo monitoring of O2(-) in a rat brain. Biosens Bioelectron. 2013 May 15; 43:101-7.

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