A review of studies on the determination of heparin in various samples (pharmaceuticals, biological fluids) by electrochemical methods of analysis in 1976–2014 is presented. Heparin is most often determined in pharmaceuticals by polarography using cationic dyes, and in biological samples, by differential pulse methods on non-stationary mercury electrodes. Works on the creation of heparin-selective electrodes coated with a polyvinylchloride membrane with quarternary ammonium salts are most promising; they can, probably, be used for the creation of portable devices for the determination of heparin.
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- Analytical Chemistry