Separation, Detection and Quantitation of Peptides by Liquid Chromatography and Capillary Electrochromatography
Journal of Chromatography A
This review discusses different liquid chromatographic and capillary electrochromatographic approaches to the separation and quantitation of peptides using silica-based and polymeric-based columns with emphasis on liquid chromatography. Mass spectrometry detection and quantitation of peptides using labeled and label-free procedures, will also be discussed, as well as the effect of amino acids' properties on the solubility of peptides, an important parameter that influences the selection of the mobile phase. A discussion of different column packing materials, reversed-phase, cyclodextrins, macrocyclic antibiotics, porous graphitic carbon, mixed-phases, and normal-phase will be included, as well as a short discussion of multi-dimensional approaches for the separation of complex peptide mixtures.
Capillary electrochromatography, chromatography, high pressure liquid, mass spectrometry, peptides, polymers, proteomics, silicon dioxide
Issaq, Haleem J.; Chan, King C.; Blonder, Josip; Ye, Xiaoying; and Veenstra, Timothy D., "Separation, Detection and Quantitation of Peptides by Liquid Chromatography and Capillary Electrochromatography" (2009). Pharmaceutical Sciences Faculty Publications. 305.