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Jandik et al. (2000) managed to improve the resin-related short retention time of arginine and tested soy hydrolysates, and De Bruijn and Bout (2000) tested sugar beet, but had to remove a large proportion of the sugar as it interfered with the detection. Jandik et al. (2001) used a cation exchange column in hydrogen form for this purpose, which retains amino acids while allowing sugars to pass. After a development time of over 8 years, anion exchange chromatography has still not gained widespread acceptance in feed analysis.
1996). However, on comparing this procedure with HPLC analysis, the simple operation and greater precision 19 of the HPLC method is emphasized. The general acceptance of HPLC has therefore led to the virtual disappearance of the previously widespread spectrophotometric tryptophan methods. Molnár-Perl (1997) has compiled a review of methods of tryptophan analysis in peptides and proteins, including descriptions of techniques not normally used in feedingstuffs, such as acid or enzymatic hydrolysis, measurement by gas chromatography or derivative spectroscopy whithout chemical derivatization.
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