Evaluation of microparticle chemically bonded reversed-phase packings in the high-pressure liquid chromatographic analysis of nucleosides and their bases

Journal of Chromatography
R A Hartwick, P R Brown


The reversed-phase partition mode of high-pressure liquid chromatography was used for the analysis of seven of the naturally occurring nucleosides and their bases. With microparticle chemically bonded packings, nucleosides and their bases can be quantitatively determined in the presence of nucleotides in 30 min with high sensitivity, accuracy, and reproducibility. Peaks in chromatograms of cell extracts were identified by absorbance ratios and enzymatic peak shift methods. Applications of this technique to biochemical studies are reported.


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