David C Delinsky

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Dichloroacetic acid (DCA) is a compound found in chlorinated drinking water. In addition, the compound is a metabolite of several halogenated solvents, including trichloroethylene (TCE) and perchloroethylene (PCE). Exposure to DCA is of concern because high doses of the compound have been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals. Dosages of TCE(More)
We present a method for the quantitation of motilin from rat plasma by protein precipitation and liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS). Using external calibration, the method was linear over the concentration range 10-1000 ng/mL with an initial sample volume of 150 microL. The LC system included a C(18) column with a 300 A pore size. A linear(More)
We present a method for the quantitation of glucagon from rat plasma by protein precipitation and LC/MS. No internal standard was used, as a labeled standard was not available and similar peptides did not show comparable extraction characteristics to glucagon. The LC system included a Keystone C18, 300 A pore size column; a linear gradient was used with a(More)
An improved capillary liquid chromatography procedure, incorporating column switching in combination with mass spectrometry, is reported. The dual column system allows for rapid inject-to-inject cycle times to improve the speed of protein identification for proteomics applications. Full gradient elution of peptides from either of the two C18 columns can be(More)
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