Photoinduced fluorimetric determination of folic acid and 5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid in serum using the kinetic evolution of the emission spectra accomplished ... View Full Text


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2008-02-12

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A. Jiménez Girón, I. Durán Merás, A. Muñoz de la Peña, A. Espinosa Mansilla, F. Cañada Cañada, A. C. Olivieri

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Second-order multivariate calibration methods in combination with a continuous flow system, which allows for the continuous on-line irradiation of the analytes, have been employed for the determination of folic acid and its main metabolite 5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid in serum samples. An experimental central composite design, together with response surface methodology, has been used to find the optimum instrumental variables to perform the photochemical reaction. The time evolution of the emission spectra of the generated photoproducts, in the range 330–540 nm, after irradiation at 275 nm for 20 min, provided the three-way data set employed. On the basis of the differences on the kinetic rates of the photoreaction of both analytes, direct determination of the compounds in human plasma has been accomplished. The second-order methods assayed were parallel factor analysis (PARAFAC), self-weighted alternating trilinear decomposition (SWATLD), and unfolded partial least-squares (U-PLS), multidimensional partial least-squares (N-PLS), and bilinear least-squares (BLLS), all three in combination with the residual bilinearization procedure (RBL).FigureKinetic evolution of the emission spectra of aqueous solutions containing FA, 5-MTF and a mixture of both compounds, with the photoirradiation time More... »

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