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Posted - 07/06/2012 :  11:34:00
VADIM F. LVOVICH, Ph. D.
2267 Bellfield Avenue, Cleveland Heights, OH 44106 (216)791-7026 E-mail: vlvovich@ameritech.net

CAREER SUMMARY

Internationally recognized leader in innovative technology-driven product development and commercialization. Successful track record in innovation-driven product development and commercialization in:
· Condition monitoring and sensors for industrial and transportation markets;
· Biosensors, clinical diagnostics, noninvasive wound care, and drug delivery systems, and
· Electrochemical Impedance characterization of advanced materials.
· Business and technology relationship builder with external customers and partners (14 years) – major OEMs, Tier 1 suppliers, medical facilities, government and academia.
· Program Manager for several collaborative cross-organizational programs that resulted in development and commercialization of innovative products. Responsibilities included formulating program concept, team development, agreements negotiation, IP leveraging, technology transfer, and budget management.
· 17 years of research and high technology product development in sensors and diagnostics, equipment condition monitoring, and electrochemical materials characterization. Designer of new products addressing the needs of industrial, transportation, energy, biomedical, and advanced materials fields.
· Foreign Languages: Russian, German, French; US citizen; significant International experience
· Authored 1 book, 5 book chapters, 27 peer-reviewed papers, received 8 patents and gave 30 major conference presentations
· International Society of Electrochemistry Regional Representative for the United States (2012-2014)
· The Electrochemical Society: Executive Committee Member, Sensors & Microsystems Division (2003-present)


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

ELECTROCHEMICAL SCIENCES CONSULTING, Cleveland, OH 2012-present
President
High technology firm providing expert consultation and laboratory services to clients in innovative product development in electrochemical engineering, electrochemical analysis, chemical sensors, biomedical devices, pharmaceutical and specialty chemicals, and electrochemical impedance characterization of advanced materials, colloids, polymers, fuel cells and batteries.

CRANE AEROSPACE AND ELECTRONICS, Elyria, OH 2011-2012
Chief / Principal Engineer, Team Leader - New Product Development
Led development effort in aerospace and industrial materials and sensors for equipment condition diagnostics.
· Team Leader in development of sensors and diagnostic products for aerospace and industrial applications.
· Developed a series of documents on broadening innovation and commercialization in aerospace industry, linking research, technology, supply chain, manufacturing, technology transfer, IP leveraging, and funding sources development based on industry-academia-government partnership network.

CLEVELAND CLINIC, Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland, OH 2009-2011
Staff, Department of Biomedical Engineering
Principal Investigator – Awarded State of Ohio Third Frontier $2.7M grant to establish Cleveland Center for Sensors and Microdevices (2010-2013).
· Technology development, pricing strategy, budget administration, IP management, external relationship building, and agreements negotiations with Grant partners - industrial corporations (senior management), entrepreneurial companies, and academic institutions.
· Developed advanced wound care and transdermal drug delivery systems resulting in venture capital investments. Cleveland Clinic Innovator Award (2010)
· Inventor of innovative biomedical technologies with emphasis on product development and commercialization through external partnerships, IP leveraging and technology transfer. Successfully collaborated with industrial, academic and government partners to bring high-tech products to market.
· Developed a number of Grant proposals for Federal (ODOD, NIH, DOE, DOD, NSF), entrepreneurial (SBIR/STTR), and industrial funding. Awarded $0.4M equipment grant from Lubrizol Corporation.

LUBRIZOL CORPORATION, Wickliffe, OH 1998-2008
Senior Research Scientist, New Product Development, Business Enterprises
· Championed series of diagnostic systems products for automotive and industrial lubricants. Commercialization efforts resulted in annual revenue stream of $10-30M.
· Led research and development efforts in sensors, industrial and automotive equipment condition monitoring and performance optimization. Awarded $1.5M collaborative grant from external commercial partner.
· Member of the Business Enterprises Group – implemented innovative business models based on leveraging Intellectual Property to bring new products to market.
· Technology leader on international multidisciplinary cross-organizational team with emphasis on external collaboration with OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers.
· Led corporate research in chemical and electrochemical sensors, devices and MEMS technology for analysis of advanced materials (industrial polymers, fuels, exhaust gases, colloids and lubricants) with an emphasis on energy conservation and renewable energy sources, personal care and housing markets.
· Established leveraged partnerships with outside technology centers (academic, government and industrial) specializing in electrochemical technology and chemical sensors for harsh environments resulting in synergies and ability to commercialize research more efficiently.


CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERISTY, Cleveland, OH 2001-present
Adjunct Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
Co-adviser for PhD and M.S. students on electrochemical sensors, MEMS, fuel cell and battery research.

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Urbana, IL 1992-1998
Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant
· Developed electrochemical biosensors for on-line characterization of complex biochemical systems.
· 6 years of experience as an instructor and lecturer in ElectroAnalytical Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Voted University of Illinois Outstanding Instructor.

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Urbana, IL 1991 – 1991
Research Associate
Performed ultra-high vacuum electrochemical and spectroscopy studies of surface catalysis and adsorption of organic molecules on organized metal surfaces.

DICKINSON COLLEGE, Carlisle, PA 1991 – 1991
Research and Teaching Assistant
Instructed in Chemistry and Russian. Researched Proton- NMR characterization of organic molecules.

MOSCOW UNIVERSITY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, Moscow, Russia 1988-1990
Research Assistant
Developed new anode materials. Performed organic synthesis of adsorbents for electroplating.


EDUCATION

Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry,
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN, Urbana, IL, 1997
GPA 4.8/5.0
Detection, separation, and characterization of solution species in complex biochemical systems
Research director - Dr. Alexander Scheeline

M.S., Chemical Engineering (major – Electrochemical Engineering),
MOSCOW MENDELEEV UNIVERSITY OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, Moscow, Russia, 1992
GPA 5.0/5.0
Awarded Russian Ministry of Education personal scholarship as an outstanding student.
Received High Honors
Research director - Dr. Vladimir N. Kudriavtzev

1-semester exchange student, Chemistry, DICKINSON COLLEGE, Carlisle, PA, 1991
Selected as one of 7 participants out of 100 contestants with a 100% scholarship.

RELEVANT SKILLS

· Partnership building with external industrial, academic and government partners.
· Innovation in technology development and commercialization of new products based on partnerships.
· Program management in international multidisciplinary cross-organizational teams.
· Budget development, pricing strategy, and agreement negotiations.
· Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer leveraging.
· Funding sources development.
· International experience (Western Europe, Eastern Europe, China, Taiwan, India, Thailand).

ACTIVITIES AND HONORS

· Cleveland Clinic Innovator Award (2010)
· International Society of Electrochemistry Regional Representative for the United States (2012-2014)
· The Electrochemical Society: Executive Committee Member, Sensors & Microsystems Division (2003-present)
· Founder, Chair, and Organizer of Bi-annual Symposium on Impedance Spectroscopy (2003-present)
· Member: American Chemical Society (1997-present), International Society of Electrochemistry (2001-present), The Electrochemical Society (2003-present)
· Manuscripts Review Board – John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (2009-present).
· Manuscripts Review Board – Knovel Publishing (2011-present).
· Publications Reviewer – Electrochimica Acta, Journal of Elecrochemical Society, Journal Electroanalytical Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Journal Applied Electrochemistry, Journal American Chemical Society, Biosensensors and Bioelectronics, Sensors and Actuators
· City of Cleveland Heights, Administrative Services Committee Member (2006-present)
· Finalist of Second Annual North Coast and International Nanotechnology Business Idea Competition as NanoPatch AC for technology commercialization of a novel non invasive drug delivery system (2005).
· Intel International Science and Engineering Fair - Grand Awards Judge (2003)
· Member of Advisory Board, CWRU Micro- and Nano-Fabrication Center (2000-2004)
· Board Member - Glennan Microsystems Initiative Applications Technology Team (1999-2005)
· Russian Ministry of Education personal scholarship as an outstanding student (1990-92)

Addendum

BOOKS

1. Vadim Lvovich, “Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – Theory and Applications”, John Wiley & Sons, 368 p., New York, 2012.

BOOK CHAPTERS

1. V. Lvovich, “Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Applications to Sensors and Diagnostics” in Encyclopedia of Applied Electrochemistry, K. Ota, G. Kreysa, R. F. Savinell, Eds., Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2013.
2. V. F. Lvovich, S. Samorezov, "AC Impedance Analysis of Electrorheological Fluids - Activated Biomedical Devices", in Impedance Techniques: Diagnostics and Sensing Applications, Vol. 41, V. F. Lvovich, P. Vanysek, M. Orazem, Eds., The Electrochemical Soc., Inc., Pennington, NJ (2012).
3. V. F. Lvovich, M. Smiechowski, "AC Impedance Characterization of Highly Resistive Media Using 4 Electrode Electrochemical Cells", in Impedance Techniques: Diagnostics and Sensing Applications, Vol. 25, V. F. Lvovich, P. Vanysek, Eds., The Electrochemical Soc., Inc., Pennington, NJ (2010).
4. M. Smiechowski, V. Lvovich, "On-Line Electrochemical Sensors for Monitoring Time-Dependent Water-Polymer Interactions in Industrial Lubricants", Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Methods, Proceedings Volume 2001-18, M. Butler, P. Vanysek, N. Yamazoe Eds., The Electrochemical Soc., Inc., Pennington, NJ (2001) 442-453.
5. V. Lvovich, A. T. Riga and J. Cahoon, “Characterization of Organic Surfactants and Dispersants By Frequency-Dependent Dielectric Thermal Analysis and Electrochemistry”, Materials Characterization by Dynamic and Modulated Thermal Analytical Techniques, ASTM Special Tech. Pub. 1402, A. Riga and L. Judovits, Ed., American Society for Testing and Materials, West Conshohocken (2001) 157-173.


PATENTS

1. R. P. Singh, V. F. Lvovich, B. L. Davis, “Apparatus and Method for Delivering a Therapeutic Agent into Ocular Tissue”, US and International Patent Application US2010/ 0137780, June 3, 2010.
2. V. Lvovich, F. Boyle, “Method for On-Line Monitoring of Condition of Non-Aqueous Fluids”, U.S. Patent 7355415, March 2008.
3. F. P. Boyle, V. F. Lvovich, P. V. Kempe, “Method and Apparatus for Estimating Basicity of a Used, All-Loss Cylinder Lubricant”, US Patent 7299682 + International Patent, October 2007.
4. V. Lvovich, F. Boyle, “Method for On-Line Fuel-Dilution Monitoring of Engine Lubricant”, US Patent 7259575 + International Patent, September 2007.
5. V. Lvovich, F. Boyle, “Apparatus for On-Line Monitoring Quality/Condition of Fluids”, U.S. Patent Application 20060038130.
6. V. F. Lvovich, D. B. Skursha, F. P. Boyle, “Method for On-Line Monitoring of Quality and Condition of Non-Aqueous Fluids“, US Patent 6861851 + International Patent, March 1, 2005.
7. V. F. Lvovich, F. P. Boyle, D. B. Skursha, F. V. Zalar, "On-Line Fluid Monitoring that Compensates for a Fluid’s Temperature Dependence ", US Patent application 20050114060.
8. V. Lvovich, F. Boyle, "Method and Apparatus for On-Line Monitoring of Quality and/or Condition of Highly Resistive Fluids", US Patent 6577112 + International Patent, June 10, 2003.


EDITORIAL

1. V. Lvovich, P. Vanysek, M. Orazem, Eds., “Impedance Techniques: Diagnostics and Sensing Applications”, ECS Transactions – Boston, MA, Vol. 41, Issue 34, The Electrochemical Soc., Inc., Pennington, NJ, 2012.
2. V. Lvovich, P. Vanysek, D. Hansen, M. Orazem, Eds., “Impedance Techniques: Diagnostics and Sensing Applications”, ECS Transactions – Vienna, Austria, Vol. 25, Issue 32, The Electrochemical Soc., Inc., Pennington, NJ, 2010.

PUBLICATIONS

1. B. Purushothaman, M. Pelsozy, P. W. Morrison, V. F. Lvovich, and H. B. Martin, “In situ Infrared Attenuated Total Reflectance Spectroelectrochemical Study of Lubricant Degradation”, J. Applied Electrochem., 42, 2 (2012) 111-120.
2. V. Lvovich, “Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Characterization of Electrorheological Fluids”, Knovel Engineering cases, http://engineeringcases.knovelblogs.com/2011/05/09/electrochemical-impedance-spectroscopy-characterization-of-electrorheological-fluids/, May 9, 2011.
3. M. F. Smiechowski, V. F. Lvovich, S. Srikanthan, R. L. Silverstein, „Non-linear impedance characterization of blood cell-derived microparticle biomarkers suspensions“, Electrochim. Acta, 56, 23 (2011) 7763-7771.
4. N. M. Kocherginsky, V. F. Lvovich, „Biomimetic membranes with aqueous nano channels but without proteins: impedance of impregnated cellulose ester filters”, Langmuir, 26, 23 (2010) 18209–18218.
5. V. F. Lvovich, S. Srikanthan, R. L. Silverstein, “Broadband impedance detection of cell-derived microparticles”, Biosens. Bioelectr., 26 (2010) 444-451.
6. V. F. Lvovich, E. Matthews, A. Riga, L. Kasa, “AC Electrokinetic Multi-Electrode Platform for Transdermal Drug Delivery”, J. Contr. Release, 145 (2010) 134–140.
7. V. Lvovich, M. Smiechowski, “AC Impedance Investigation of Conductivity of Industrial Lubricants Using 2- and 4-Electrode Electrochemical Cells”, J. Appl. Electrochem., 39, 12 (2009) 2439-2452.
8. V. F. Lvovich, “A Perspective on Electrochemical Impedance Analysis of Polyaniline Films on Electrodes”, Interface, 18, 1 (2009) 62-66.
9. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, "Non-Linear Impedance Analysis of industrial lubricants", Electrochim. Acta, 53 (2008) 7375-7385.
10. V. F. Lvovich, “Monitoring Industrial-Machinery Lubricants”, Sensors, October 1, 2007.
11. M. F. Smiechowski, V. F. Lvovich, S. Roy, A. Fleischman, W. H. Fissell, A. T. Riga, “Electrochemical Detection and Characterization of Proteins”, Biosens. Bioelectr, 22, 5 (2007) 670-677.
12. V. F. Lvovich, C. C. Liu, M. F. Smiechowski, “Optimization and Fabrication of Planar Interdigitated Impedance Sensors for Highly Resistive Non-Aqueous Industrial Fluids”, Sensors and Actuators, 119, 2 (2007) 490-496.
13. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, "Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy analysis of industrial lubricants", Electrochim. Acta, 51 (2006) 1487-1496.
14. K. J. Hughes, V. F. Lvovich, J. Woo, B. Moran, A. Suares, M. H. T. Truong, “Novel Methods for Emollient Characterization”, Cosmetics and Toiletries Manufacture Worldwide, 93 (2006) 127-132.
15. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, C. C. Liu, “Optimization and Fabrication of Planar Interdigitated Impedance Sensors for Highly Resistive Non-Aqueous Industrial Fluids”, Proceedings of 7th European Symposium on Electrochemical Engineering, Toulouse, France, 3-5 October, 2005, 15-20.
16. M. F. Smiechowski, V. F. Lvovich, "Characterization of Carbon Black Colloidal Nanoparticles by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy", J. Electroanal. Chem., 577, 1 (2005) 67-78.
17. S.A. Goodlive, V.F. Lvovich, B.K. Humphrey, F.P. Boyle, "On-Board Sensor Systems to Diagnose Condition of Diesel Engine Lubricants - Focus on Soot", SAE Technical Paper Series 2004-01-3010.
18. M. F. Smiechowski, V. F. Lvovich, “Iridium Oxide Sensors for Acidity and Basicity Detection in Industrial Lubricants”, Sensors and Actuators, 96, 1-2 (2003) 261-267.
19. M. F. Smiechowski, V. F. Lvovich, “Electrochemical Monitoring of Water-Surfactant Interactions in Industrial Lubricants”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 534, 2 (2002) 171-180.
20. T. Riga, M. Smiechowski, V. Lvovich, K. Alexander, "Dielectric Analysis of Transdermal Patches", NATAS, 2002.
21. F. Zalar, V. Lvovich, K. Buse, C. Zhang, H. George, "The Role of Engine Oil Formulations on Fluid Diagnostics", SAE 2002 Transactions- Journal of Fuel and Lubricants, ASTM 2002-01-2677, 1-8.
22. V. Lvovich, “How’s My Fluid Doing?”, Lubrizol Reports, 1 (2000) 2-3.
23. V. Lvovich and A. Scheeline, “Simultaneous Superoxide and Hydrogen Peroxide Detection in Peroxidase/NADH Oscillator”, Anal. Chim. Acta, 354 (1997) 315#65533;323.
24. V. Lvovich and A. Scheeline, “Electrochemical Sensors for Simultaneous Superoxide and Hydrogen Peroxide Detection”, Anal. Chem., 69 (1997) 454-462.
25. V. Lvovich and A. Scheeline, “Complexation of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide with Ferric and Ferrous Ions”, Arch. Biochem. Biophys., 320 (1995) 1-13.


PRESENTATIONS

1. V. F. Lvovich, S. Samorezov, “Electrochemical Impedance spectroscopy characterization of
Electrorheological fluids”, 220 Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Boston, MA, October 7, 2011.
2. V. F. Lvovich, S. Srikanthan, R. L. Silverstein., R. P. Singh, “Electrochemical Impedance Characterization and Manipulation of Clinically Relevant Microparticles”, Keynote presentation at 61st Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry, Nice, France, September 2010.
3. V. F. Lvovich, R. L. Silverstein, S. Srikanthan, M. F. Smiechowski, “Broadband impedance characterization of colloidal suspensions of blood cells-derived microvesicles”, 8th International Symposium on Impedance Spectroscopy, Algarve, Portugal, 8 June 2010.
4. M. F. Smiechowski, V. F. Lvovich, “Non-linear impedance analysis of aqueous biological systems”, 8th International Symposium on Impedance Spectroscopy, Algarve, Portugal, 8 June 2010.
5. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, “AC Impedance Investigation of Conductivity of Automotive Lubricants Using 4- and 2-Electrode Electrochemical Cells””, 216 Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Vienna, Austria, October 7, 2009.
6. T. Riga, J. Bambakidis, M. E Matthews, V. Lvovich, M. Kaufman, “Research and Development of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sensors by Dielectric Thermal Analysis and Electrochemical Methods”, Conference of the North American Thermal Analysis Society, August 17-23, 2008.
7. T. Riga, J. Bambakidis, M.E Matthews, V. Lvovich, M. Kaufman, “Development of Bio-Medical Devices Based on Dielectric Thermal Analysis and Electrochemical Methods”, Conference of the North American Thermal Analysis Society, August 17-23, 2008.
8. V. Lvovich, “Fluid Diagnostic Systems Utilizing Sensors and On-Board Processes”, STLE Meeting, Cleveland, OH, February 5, 2008.
9. V. Lvovich, “Multi-Frequency Electrochemical Impedance Lubricant Condition Sensor”, 212 Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Washington, DC, October 10, 2007.
10. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, A. S. Desai, “Non-Linear Impedance Analysis of Industrial Lubricants”, 7th International Symposium on Impedance Spectroscopy, May 2007.
11. V. F. Lvovich, A. T. Riga, M. F. Smiechowski, S. Roy, A. Fleischman, W. H. Fissel, “Electrochemical Detection and Characterization of Commercial Globular Proteins”, International Society of Electrochemistry, Edinburgh, August 31, 2006.
12. Purushothaman, M. Orsi, V. F. Lvovich, P. W. Morrison and H. B. Martin, “Spectroelectrochemical Analysis Using Boron-Doped Silicon and Diamond – Optically Transparent Electrodes”, Research ShowCASE, April 12, 2006.
13. T. Riga, V. F. Lvovich, M. Kaufman, and K. Alexander, “Electrochemical and NanoDielectric Technology for Drug Delivery Systems and Drugs Analysis”, 2006 Ohio Nanotechnology Summit, Columbus, OH, April 4, 2006
14. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, C. C. Liu, “Optimization and Fabrication of Planar Interdigitated Impedance Sensors for Highly Resistive Non-Aqueous Industrial Fluids”, 7TH European Symposium on Electrochemical Engineering, Toulouse, France, October 3, 2005.
15. K. J. Hughes, V. F. Lvovich, J. Woo, B. Moran, A. Suares, M. H. T. Truong, “Novel Methods for Emollient Characterization”, SICC-IFSCC Conference, Florence, 19-21 September 2005.
16. V. F. Lvovich, “Multi Frequency Electrochemical Impedance Sensor for Monitoring Degradation of Industrial Lubricants”, 207 Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, Quebec City, May 18, 2005.
17. V. F. Lvovich, S. N. Peal, F. P. Boyle, “Multi Frequency Electrochemical Impedance Sensor for Lubricant Condition Monitoring”, 2005 Annual Meeting of Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, Las Vegas, May 16, 2005.
18. F. P. Boyle, V. F. Lvovich, H. Leye, “On-Board Diagnosis of Lubricant Performance Condition- A Better Way to Make Maintenance Decisions”, International Sensor Show, Nuremberg, May 10, 2005.
19. V. F. Lvovich, A. T. Riga, M. F. Smiechowski, "Electrochemical Sensors and Analysis of Bacteria, Drugs, and Pharmaceutical Nanomaterials", Northeast Ohio Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research Symposium, Dayton, OH, March 2, 2005.
20. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, "Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Analysis of Degradation of Industrial Lubricants", 6th International Symposium on Impedance Spectroscopy, May 2004.
21. V. F. Lvovich, A. T. Riga, "Electrochemical Methods and Sensors for Characterization of Biological, Pharmaceutical and Polymeric Nanomaterials", Northeast Ohio Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research Symposium, Cleveland, OH, February 17, 2004.
22. V. F. Lvovich, "Impedance Characterization of Time-Dependent Degradation of Industrial Lubricants", 203 Meeting of The Electrochemical Society, May 1, 2003
23. V. F. Lvovich and M. F. Smiechowski, “On-line Electrochemical Sensors for Monitoring Acidity and Basicity of Industrial Lubricants", International Society of Electrochemistry, September 16, 2002.
24. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, “On-line Electrochemical Sensors for Monitoring Time-Dependent Water-Polymer Interactions in Industrial Lubricants”, Joint Meeting of The Electrochemical Society and International Society of Electrochemistry, September 8, 2001.
25. V. F. Lvovich, M. F. Smiechowski, “Electrochemical Sensors for Condition Diagnostics of Complex Industrial Fluids”, Lubrizol Technical Symposium, 2001.
26. V. Lvovich, “Applications of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy to On-line Analysis of Industrial Polymers”, Lubrizol Technical Symposium, 2000.
27. V. Lvovich, “Electrochemical Sensors for On-line Oil Analysis”, Lubrizol Technical Symposium, 1999.
28. E. Kirkor, V. Lvovich, and A. Scheeline, “Effect of Oxygen on Degradation Pathways of NADH”, FACSS 1997.
29. V. Lvovich, E. Kirkor, and A. Scheeline, “Kinetics of NADH Decomposition in Presence of Oxygen and Metal Cations”, Gordon Conference 1997.
30. V. Lvovich and A. Scheeline, “New Developments in Characterization of Peroxidase/NADH Oscillator”, FACSS-96.

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