Analysis of conjugated bile acids in bile by high-pressure liquid chromatography.

Abstract

The major conjugated bile acids of man, including glycine and taurine conjugates, can be separated by high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC). The chromatographic column is 300 mm long with an internal diameter of 8.0 mm and is packed with Lichrosorb RP 18 (5 MICRONS). The mobile phase is methanol-water 75 : 25 (v/v) acidified to pH 2 with phosphoric… (More)

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