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Amino Acid Analysis Using Precolumn Derivatization with 6-Aminoquinolyl-n-Hydroxysuccinimidyl Carbamate

  • Malcolm Ward
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Abstract

Amino acid analysis is one of the major analytical techniques used in the bioanalytical environment. It is the most reliable method for protein/peptide quantitation and can provide an extra dimension of structural information when used in conjunction with Edman sequencing and mass spectrometry.

Keywords

Amino Acid Analysis Amino Acid Mixture Methanesulfonic Acid Cysteic Acid Precolumn Derivatization 
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© Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • Malcolm Ward
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  1. 1.Structural Chemistry DepartmentGlaxo Research and DevelopmentHertfordshireUK

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