Enantiomeric separation of underivatized amino acids: Predictability of chiral recognition on ristocetin a chiral stationary phase
The present work aimed to investigate the predictability of the chromatographic behavior for the separation of underivatized amino acids on ristocetin A, known as Chirobiotic R, using a DryLab high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method development software, which is typically used to predict the effect of changing various chromatographic parameters on resolution in the reversed phase mode. After implementing the basic runs, and judging the predictability via the computed resolution map, it can be deduced that the chiral recognition mechanisms tend towards a hydrophilic interaction chromatography rather than the reversed phase mode, which limits the ability of DryLab software to predict separations on Chirobiotic R. © 2014 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Wagdy, Hebatallah; Hanafi, Rasha S.; El-Nashar, Rasha M.; and Aboul-Enein, Hassan Y., "Enantiomeric separation of underivatized amino acids: Predictability of chiral recognition on ristocetin a chiral stationary phase" (2014). Pharmacy. 78.