Sample Preparation for Determination of Biological Thiols by Liquid Chromatography and Electromigration Techniques
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Majority of the bioanalytical or environmental methods do not use just one chromatografie or electrophoretic step, but rather involve several sample pretreatment steps which simplfy the matrix, and often preconcentrate and chemically modify the analytes. This work surveys typical procedures for sample preparation for most commonly analyzed biofluids with particular emphasis placed on chemical derivatization of sulfur amino acids for their determination by liquid phase separation techniques. Recent author's laboratory contribution to the development of sample preparation procedures is merked.