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Multipurpose resins for analysis of amino acids and ninhydrin-positive compounds in hydrolyzates and physiological fluids



Multipurpose resins for analysis of amino acids and ninhydrin-positive compounds in hydrolyzates and physiological fluids



Analytical Biochemistry 50(2): 477-493



Improving on the author's previous work (NAR 36, 62, 3840; 37, 2092, 5807, 5816) the cation-exchange resins HP-AN 90 and HP-B 80 were used to separate amino acids and peptides.

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DOI: 10.1016/0003-2697(72)90057-7



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