Julia Koidl

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This work deals with the application of stereoselective antibodies against L-T3 as a tailor-made chiral selector in micro-HPLC. The separations were performed in microbore columns using commercially available anti-L-T3 antibodies chemically bonded to 5 microm silica gel. The enantiomers of T3 were baseline separated under mild continuous isocratic elution(More)
This paper deals with the use of Cu(II) complexes of L-tartaric acid or L-threonine as selectors for the chiral separation of drugs containing amino alcohol structure by ligand-exchange CE. Using Cu(II) ions as a complexing agent, a series of sympathomimetics and beta-blockers were resolved. It was found that the resolution strongly depends on selector(More)
This paper deals with the chiral separation of triiodothyronine (T3) and thyroxine (T4) by HPLC and micro-HPLC. The separation of T3 and T4 is of great pharmaceutical and clinical interest, since the enantiomers exhibit different pharmacological activities. The HPLC measurements were performed on a chiral stationary ligand-exchange phase using(More)
Particle-loaded monoliths containing a polymethacrylamide backbone were prepared by suspending a silica-based chiral phase in the mixture of the monomers followed by in-situ polymerization in the capillary. As chiral selector l-4-hydroxyproline chemically bonded to 3 microm silica particles was used following the separation principle of ligand-exchange.(More)
Fritless particle-loaded monoliths for chiral capillary electrochromatographic (CEC) separation were prepared. Silica particles containing a chiral selector are suspended in a monomer solution, which is drawn into the capillary followed by in situ polymerization. Thereby the silica-based particles containing the chiral selector are embedded in a nonchiral(More)
The chiral separation of halogenated amino acids by ligand-exchange CE is described. Halogenated amino acids attracted increasing interest in recent years because of their physiological activities. Different chiral selectors, as there are L-4-hydroxyproline, L-histidine, and N-alkyl derivatives of L-4-hydroxyproline in form of their copper(II) complexes,(More)
This work deals with the application of BSA and canine serum albumin (CSA) for enantioseparation of tryptophan derivatives with CE. The aim of this work was the investigation of the influence of different functional groups of tryptophan derivatives on enantioseparation. CSA as a chiral selector was tested to compare its selector properties with those of(More)
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