Journal article

HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY OF AMINO-ACIDS, PEPTIDES AND PROTEINS .58. APPLICATION OF REVERSED-PHASE HIGH-PERFORMANCE LIQUID-CHROMATOGRAPHY TO THE SEPARATION OF TYROSINE-SPECIFIC PHOSPHORYLATED POLYPEPTIDES RELATED TO HUMAN GROWTH-HORMONE

B GREGO, GS BALDWIN, JA KNESSEL, RJ SIMPSON, FJ MORGAN, MTW HEARN

JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY | ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV | Published : 1984

Abstract

Procedures for the purification of native and phosphorylated human growth hormone (hGH), S-carboxymethylated hGH, and hGH tryptic peptides, based exclusively on reversed-phase chromatography have been developed. Combinations of several volatile ion-pairing systems with small- and large-pore n-alkylsilicas were exploited in a general strategy, which allowed high recoveries of various hGH-related polypeptides from enzymatic incubations, as well as rapid desalting of samples following chemical modifications of the native protein, such as reductive alkylation in 6 M guanidine hydrochloride. The influence of the elution conditions on retention behaviour of phosphorylated hGH and its tryptic pepti..

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