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Walker and Mills (1995) wrote in a review article that in human clinical diagnostic work precipitation is performed predominantly with 4–5% final concentration of 5sulphosalicylic acid, as also described by De Jonge and Breuer (1994) for porcine plasma and Hagen et al. (1993) for bovine plasma. Sedgwick et al. (1991) compared protein precipitation by means of acetone or acetonitrile with that performed using perchloric acid or trichloroacetic acid in ovine plasma and bovine serum albumin solutions.
Miao et al. (2000) reported on analyses of various foodstuffs with 88–110% recovery of all amino acids. Another derivatization reagent, which has been around for some time, is dabsyl chloride, which is typically kept for 12 min at 70°C for conversion with amino acids and yields stable, coloured derivatives which can be detected with a photometer at 436 nm. Schneider (1989) of the company Beckman gave an overview of separating conditions and reproducibility of the technique, Drnevich and Vary (1993) used it to analyse blood plasma samples, Ikeda et al.
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