Further Reading

Blau K and Halket J (eds) (1993) Handboook of Derivatives for Chromatography. Chichester: John Wiley.

Br├╝ckner H, Langer M, LUpke M, Westhauser T and Godel H (1995) Liquid chromatographic determination of amino acid enatiomers by derivatization with o-phthal-dialdehyde and chiral thiols. Journal of Chromatogra-phy 697: 229.

Deyl Z, Hyanek J and Horakova M (1986) Profiling of amino acids in body fluids and tissues by means of liquid chromatography. Journal of Chromatography 379: 177.

Grunau JA and Swiader JM (1992) Chromatography of 99 amino acids and other ninhydrin reactive compounds in the Pickering lithium gradient system. Journal of Chromatography 594: 165.

McClung G and Frankenberger WT Jr (1988) Comparison of reversed-phase high performance liquid chromato-graphic methods for precolumn-derivatized amino acids. Journal of Liquid Chromatography 11: 613.

Molnar-Perl I (1998) Amino acids. In: Deyl Z, Tagliaro F and Teserova E (eds) Advanced Chromatographic and Electromigration Methods in BioSciences. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Snyder LR, Kirkland JJ and Glajch JL (1997) Practical HPLC Method Development. New York: Wiley Interscience.

Spackman DH, Stein WH and Moore S (1958) Automatic recording apparatus for use in the chromatography of amino acids. Analytical Chemistry 30: 1190.

Zhou J, Hefta S and Lee TD (1997) High sensitivity analysis of phenylthiohydantoin amino acid derivatives by electrospray mass spectrometry. Journal of the American Chemical Society of Mass Spectrometry 8: 1165.

suitable for use with strong corrosive reagents and one can perform many kinds of chemical reactions on the plate, both from the points of view of detecting and locating the spot and of achieving improved separation. Certain groups of interest can be chemically bonded to the reactive groups of support material, e.g. silanization for reversed-phase studies. Impregnation of the adsorbent with a variety of reagents adds an additional feature for influencing the adsorption characteristics without covalently affecting the inert character of the adsorbent. TLC is also successful in providing direct resolution of enantiomers of a variety of compounds by the proper manipulation of the support material. The analysis of amino

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