TITLE

A comprehensive chemoselective and enantioselective 2D-HPLC set-up for fast enantiomer analysis of a multicomponent mixture of derivatized amino acids

AUTHOR(S)
Welsch, T.; Schmidtkunz, C.; Müller, B.; Meier, F.; Chlup, M.; Köhne, A.; Lämmerhofer, M.; Lindner, W.
PUB. DATE
August 2007
SOURCE
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Aug2007, Vol. 388 Issue 8, p1717
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A feasibility study on the fast enantioselective two-dimensional HPLC separation of racemic amino acid derivatives is presented. The method involves the on-line coupling of a narrow-bore C18 RP column in the first dimension to a short enantioselective column based on nonporous 1.5 μm particles modified with quinidine carbamate as chiral selector in the second dimension. Conceptually, the system was designed to enable both time-controlled repeated transfer of fractions of the eluate and detector-controlled transfer of selected fractions from column 1 to column 2. To avoid volume overloading of the second chiral column, a narrow-bore reversed phase column was installed in the first dimension. Due to the fast (less than 1.5 minutes) enantiomer separation that occurs in the second dimension, the overall analysis time for the two-dimensional separation of a mixture of nine racemic 3,5-dinitrobenzoyl amino acids was optimized at 16 minutes.
ACCESSION #
25905060

 

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