Pub No:
75
Title:
High Pressure Liquid Chromatographic Techniques for the Separation of Complex Mixtures of Occurring Porphyrins Naturally
Authors:
Carlson, R.E. and David Dolphin
Journal:
"Porphyrins in Human Diseases," M. Doss, Ed., Karger, Basel
Year:
1976
Pages:
465-471
Abstract:
Porphyrins can be rapidly and exhaustively isolated from urine via florisil chromatography and diazomethane esterification. Separation of the isolated porphyrins via HPLC provides a rapid qualitative and quantitative analysis of the sample. Using these techniques, a urine sample, in which the porphyrinogens have been oxidized, can be analyzed within 1 h.

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