Separation and quantitative determination of nanogram quantities of maltodextrins and isomaltodextrins by thin-layer chromatography

@inproceedings{Robyt1994SeparationAQ,
  title={Separation and quantitative determination of nanogram quantities of maltodextrins and isomaltodextrins by thin-layer chromatography},
  author={John F. Robyt and Rupendra Mukerjea},
  year={1994}
}
Abstract Relatively fast solvent-systems have been developed for TLC separation of maltodextrins and isomaltodextrins containing 1–20 glucose residues. The primary solvent contains methyl cyanide (acetonitrile)-ethyl acetate-1-propanol-water in volume proportions of 85:20:50:X, where the water component, X, is varied from 50–70 for maltodextrins and 90–100 for isomaltodextrins. Separation of the α-(1 → 6) branched maltodextrins, including the two branched hexasaccharide isomers, resulting from… CONTINUE READING

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