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Research Group
GROUP FOR DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF ANALYTICAL SENSORS
AND INVESTIGATION OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE COMPOUNDS
Rada Baošić, PhD

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Investigation of biologicaly active compounds

Development and application of analytical sensors

Research Area

The research group deals with the development of electrochemical sensors for determination of various pollutants (pharmaceutically active substances, heavy metals) in real samples (farmaceutical products, environmental samples), and with sinthesys, characterisation and investigation of new biologically active compounds.

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Application of modified electrodes for amperometric detection of analytes in flow injection system.

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Synthesis and characterisation of biologically active compounds (Schiff bases), investigation of their activity, interactions with serum albumins and DNA, and the relationship between activity and structure.

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The Equipment Used in Research

Publications

  1. V. Antunović, T. Tripković, B. Tomašević, R. Baošić, D. Jelić, A. Lolić, Analytical Sciences (2020)
    https://doi.org/10.2116/analsci.20P302
  2. D. Perušković, N. Stevanović, G. Kovačević, D. Stanković, A. Lolić, R. Baošić, Chemistry Select, 5 (2020) 1-6,
    DOI: 10.1002/slct.201904873
  3. V. Antunović, M. Ilić, R. Baošić, D. Jelić, A. Lolić, PLOS ONE, 14(2) (2019)
    https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0210904
  4. V. Antunović, R. Baošić, A. Lolić, Current Pharmaceutical Analysis (2020)
    DOI: 10.2174/1573412916999200730234925
  5. N. Stevanović, D. Perušković, U. Gašić, V. Antunović, A. Lolić, and R. Baošić, Biomedical Chromatography (2017) 31 (3), e3810,
    DOI: 10.1002/bmc.3810

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