Amino acids, peptides, and proteins as chemically bonded stationary phases--A review.

@article{Bocian2016AminoAP,
  title={Amino acids, peptides, and proteins as chemically bonded stationary phases--A review.},
  author={Szymon Bocian and Magdalena Skoczylas and Bogusław Buszewski},
  journal={Journal of separation science},
  year={2016},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={
          83-92
        }
}
The selectivity of chromatographic separation depends mostly on the stationary phase and mobile phase composition. Despite being a material with bonded simple organic molecule, a wide group of stationary phases contain immobilized compound that possesses biological activity. Stationary phases that contain amino acids and peptides as well as enzymes and proteins are alternative materials that may be used for liquid chromatographic separations and are reviewed in this work. In the case of peptide… CONTINUE READING

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