Kiaran Dave

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The ultra-trace analysis of opioid peptides in biological samples can be achieved by multidimensional liquid chromatography with pre-column fluorogenic derivatization with naphthalene-2,3-dicarboxaldehyde in the presence of cyanide ion. However, in order to take full advantage of the high sensitivity possible with detectors based on laser-induced(More)
The ability of Snyder's theory of linear gradient elution to predict the starting isocratic reversed-phase LC conditions (k' = 4-10) for the opioid peptides was investigated. The errors in predicting the concentration of acetonitrile (phi) required to elute the peptides with a k' value of 4 were high, ranging from 13.5 to 38.1%. At k' = 10 the errors were(More)
A microanalytical system has been developed for the determination of peptides in small samples. Naphthalene-2,3-dicarboxaldehyde-beta-mercaptoethanol (NDA-BME) was used as the labelling reagent system as an alternative to NDA-cyanide (NDA-CN) because of the faster labelling when CN was replaced by a thiol. The fluorescence characteristics of the NDA-thiol(More)
An analytical procedure for the determination of the beta-agonist L-665,871 by LC with fluorescence detection has been developed. The mobile phase consists of acetonitrile-phosphate buffer (pH 3.0) with ion-pairing reagent hexanesulphonic acid sodium salt for the analysis of swine feed samples with 1 and 20 microgram g-1 L-665,871. Storage of feed samples(More)
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