Indexed on: 01 Feb '73Published on: 01 Feb '73Published in: Chromatographia
It is shown that two-dimensional chromatography and association of chromatography and electrophoresis on thin layers of binder-free cellulose powder are efficient methods for the separation of the components of mixtures of peptides and their hydrolysis products (lower peptides and amino-acids). These results are obtained using low-voltage electrophoresis (ca. 10 volts/cm), partition chromatography and new solvents (mobile phases). Choice of solution for electrophoresis and of solvent for chromatography has a most important bearing on the quality of separations. By way of example, the efficiency of some new solvents  for the separation of the components of mixtures of peptides and aminoacids is shown.
Indexed on: 01 Feb '78
Published on: 01 Feb '78 in Chromatographia