Natural and totally synthetic receptors in the innovative design of HPLC chiral stationary phases

@article{Gasparrini2003NaturalAT,
  title={Natural and totally synthetic receptors in the innovative design of HPLC chiral stationary phases},
  author={Francesco Gasparrini and Ilaria D'acquarica and D. Misiti and Marco Pierini and Claudio Villani},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={75},
  pages={407 - 412}
}
Abstract An overview is presented of the experimental results obtained by our group in the design, realization, and applications of high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) enantioselective stationary phases based on surface-linked macrocyclic receptors. Macrocyclic synthetic receptors and macrocyclic glycopeptide receptors have been grafted on silica particles, and the resulting chiral stationary phases are used to monitor differential associations of the enantiomers of selected chiral… 

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