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Purification of peptides: an efficient procedure for the separation of peptides from amino acids and salt.

Purification of peptides: an efficient procedure for the separation of peptides from amino acids... A novel method for the separation of peptides from amino acids and salts has been developed. Separation is achieved by passage of the sample through a column of octadecasilyl-silica (ODS). Peptides, but not amino acids and salts, are strongly retained by ODS in an aqueous mobile phase and can be recovered by elution with an aqueous-alcoholic mobile phase. The method is applicable to most peptides and is fast and simple. Moreover, it is characterized by good recovery yields and high sample capacity. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International journal of peptide and protein research Pubmed

Purification of peptides: an efficient procedure for the separation of peptides from amino acids and salt.

International journal of peptide and protein research , Volume 16 (4): 5 – Apr 24, 1981

Purification of peptides: an efficient procedure for the separation of peptides from amino acids and salt.


Abstract

A novel method for the separation of peptides from amino acids and salts has been developed. Separation is achieved by passage of the sample through a column of octadecasilyl-silica (ODS). Peptides, but not amino acids and salts, are strongly retained by ODS in an aqueous mobile phase and can be recovered by elution with an aqueous-alcoholic mobile phase. The method is applicable to most peptides and is fast and simple. Moreover, it is characterized by good recovery yields and high sample capacity.

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ISSN
0367-8377
DOI
10.1111/j.1399-3011.1980.tb02591.x
pmid
7461910

Abstract

A novel method for the separation of peptides from amino acids and salts has been developed. Separation is achieved by passage of the sample through a column of octadecasilyl-silica (ODS). Peptides, but not amino acids and salts, are strongly retained by ODS in an aqueous mobile phase and can be recovered by elution with an aqueous-alcoholic mobile phase. The method is applicable to most peptides and is fast and simple. Moreover, it is characterized by good recovery yields and high sample capacity.

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International journal of peptide and protein researchPubmed

Published: Apr 24, 1981

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