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Enantioselectivity in capillary electrophoresis using the macrocyclic antibiotics



Enantioselectivity in capillary electrophoresis using the macrocyclic antibiotics



Journal of Chromatography A 792(1-2): 309-325,.



The macrocyclic antibiotics recently have been shown to exhibit powerful enantioselectivity towards numerous compounds. There are a number of ways that one can alter enantioselectivity in the macrocyclic antibiotic-based separation schemes. The macrocyclic antibiotics are enantioselective for positively-charged solutes using the ansamycins and enantioselective for anionic compounds using the glycopeptides. Within a given class of antibiotics such as the glycopeptides, enantioselectivity may also be altered by use of micelles, uncoated vs. coated capillaries, or manipulation of operating parameters such as pH or organic modifiers. In this work, we will examine the various ways to alter enantioselectivity in the macrocyclic-based separations.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0021-9673(97)00993-x


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