By John A. Sturman, Derek A. Applegarth (auth.), Alan A. Boulton, Glen B. Baker, James D. Wood (eds.)
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Am J Clan Nutr 34, 2619-2621. , Laberge C , and Poter M (1983) Deficiency of Fumarylacetoacetase u-r the Acute Form of Hereditary Tyrosmemla Wrth Reference to Prenatal Diagnosis, in Pedlafrx Lzver Dzsease (Fisher M M. ), Plenum, New York. , and Fumeros S. (1975) A new approach for obtammg total tryptophan recovery in plasma samples deproteinrzed with sulphosalrcyllc acid 1 Chromafogr. 104,297-302. Moore S and Stein W H. (1948) Photometrrc nmhydnn method for use in the chromatography of ammo acids ] Bzol Chem.
L. (1960) Automatrc analysis of ammo acrds. Ann. N Y Acad Sn 87, 764-774. Chapter 2 Gas Chromatographic Analysis of Amino Acids RONALD T. COUTTS AND JUPKA M. YEUNG 1. Introduction Amino acids are involved m many metabolic processes and m protein synthesis. , 1983; Fonnum, 1981, 1984). , 1983; Roberts, 1984), and the precursor roles of tryptophan m serotonin synthesis and of tyrosine and phenylalanine m the biosyntheses of catecholamines (Sved, 1983). It is not surprising, therefore, to see an ever-increasmg mterest in amino acid analysis in biological samples.
This procedure appears to be sensmve and specific for Tau. SOCl2 -I-BuOCOCl H2NCH2CH2S03H e A-BuOCONHCH2CH2S03 NaOH -I-BuOCONHCH2CH2SO2Cl Fig. 8 Derwatlzatlon nation, and amldatlon. e A-BuOCONHCH2CH2S02NR2 of Tau by lsobutoxycarbonylatlon, chlon- 8. Choice of Chromatographic Column There have been dramatic changes m the GC analysis of ammo acids over the last 20 yr. Earlier chromatographic separations were generally performed on packed columns, usually l-3 m m length, with an inner diameter of 24 mm.
Amino Acids by John A. Sturman, Derek A. Applegarth (auth.), Alan A. Boulton, Glen B. Baker, James D. Wood (eds.)