Ascorbic acid does not necessarily interfere with the electrochemical detection of dopamine
Published: 24 November 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3yffvswj4r.1
The data in this file was used for the publication in Scientific Reports titled "Ascorbic acid does not necessarily interfere with the electrochemical detection of dopamine" by Samuel Rantataro, Laura Ferrer Pascual, and Tomi Laurila. In addition to that, our data analysis file in Origin is found.
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Experimental section can be read from the article. The data processing file contains all processed data also.
Electrochemistry, Dopamine, Phosphate Buffered Saline, Tissue Culture Medium, Carbon Nanotubes, Vitamin C, Tetrahedral Amorphous Carbon, In Vitro Study