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|Statement||[by Charles W. Gehrke and others.|
|Contributions||Gehrke, Charles W.|
|LC Classifications||QD305.A7 Q35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 93 l.|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||68057507|
Get this from a library! Quantitative gas-liquid chromatography of amino acids in proteins and biological substances; macro, semimicro, and micro methods, by Charles W. Gehrke [et al.. [Charles W Gehrke; Analytical BioChemistry Laboratories.;]. Quantitative Analysis of the Twenty Natural Protein Amino Acids by Gas-Liquid Chromatography. Separation Science , 2 (1), DOI: / A. Carisano. Gas chromatographic determination of β-alanylhistidine dipeptides in soup by: QUANTITATIVE GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY OF THE TWENTY NATURAL PROTEIN AMINO ACIDS DAVID L. STALLING and CHARLES W. GEHRKE Progress in the development of a quantitative method for the Few investigators sought to aralysis of amino acids by gas chromatography has been hindered by the ap- proach which many employed. Gas—liquid chromatography of isobutyl ester, N(O)-heptafluorobutyrate derivatives of amino acids on a glass capillary column for quantitative separation in clinical biology. Journal of Chromatography B: Biomedical Sciences and Applications , (2),
LAMKIN AND GEHRKEl reported in that the most suitable derivative for the gas-liquid chromatographic analysis of the natural protein amino acids is the N-trifluoroacetyl (N-TFA) n-butyl ester. A general review by GEIIRICE AND STALLINGZ in discussed the preparation of the N-TFA n-butyl esters of the amino acids and their analysis by by: Journal of Chromatography A Vol Issue 1, 8 November , Pages Quantitative gas—liquid chromatography of non-protein amino acids in the presence of . The quantitative gas-liquid chromatographic analysis of non-protein amino acids, in the presence of protein amino acids, is described. The amino acids were determined as their N-trifluoroacetyl n-butyl esters on an ethylene glycol adipate column. The relative . Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins; Benzene, Its Derivatives, and Condensed Benzenoid Compounds Study on the effect of detector dynamics on the peak height in quantitative gas chromatography. H. Krzyżanowska. Analysis of Long-Chain Fatty Acids by Gas-Liquid Chromatography. Analytical Chemistry. Stoffel, Chu, and Ahrens.
Volume 2, Issue 5, ISSN: (Print) Quantitative gas liquid chromatography of amino acids in proteins and biological substances. G. Guiochon Page OriginalPaper. Determination of hold-up time. R. Kaiser Pages Gehrke C W., Roach D, Zumwalt W., Stalling D L., and Wall L L () Quantitative Gas-Liquid Chromatography of Amino Acids in Proteins and Biological Substances. Macro, Semimicro, and Macro Methods Analytical Biochemistry Laboratories, Columbia, Missouri Google Scholar. Abstract. A programmed-temperature gas-liquid chromatographic method of analysis of amino acids as their n-butyl esters of N(O)-trifluoro-acetyl derivatives with a dual column system using OV and Dexsil GC as stationary phase is method is particularly suitable for analysis of chemically modified amino acids in the hydrolyzates of chemically modified wool and other protein. NOTES CHROM. Gas-liquid chromatography of thirty-five amino acids and two amino sugars Tile value of gas chromatography for tile qualitative and quantitative analyses of mixtures of protein amino acids is well known from the work of GEHRKE and others~