PMID: 4299821Aug 1, 1968Paper

A spectrophotometric method for the microdetermination of periodate

The Biochemical Journal
R Fields, H B Dixon


1. A method is described for measuring the concentration of periodate over the range 0.2-20mum by adding 1,2-di-(p-dimethylaminophenyl)ethane-1,2-diol to a sample solution. Periodate cleaves this compound to from two molecules of p-dimethylaminobenzaldehyde, the extinction of which is then read at 352mmu. 2. The method has been used to follow the course of periodate oxidations of serine methyl ester, ribonuclease A and ribonuclease S-protein. Addition of the reagent stops further periodate reaction by reducing the remaining periodate to iodate. 3. The presence of protein does not interfere with the assay.


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