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Analysis, separation and physico-chemical characterization of peptide hormones by capillary electrophoresis
Šolínová, Veronika ; Jelínek, Ivan (advisor) ; Feltl, Ladislav (referee) ; Coufal, Pavel (referee) ; Samcová, Eva (referee)
I 11 CoNcr,usroNs The work bas demonstrated that capinary zone elechophoresis and micelrar electokinetic cbromatography are high-perfomrance and high-sensitive methods for qualitative and quantitative anďysis and for physico-chemicď characÚerization ofpeptide hormones. using the strategy for the rational selection of experimental conditions for cE analysis and separations ofpeptides, ionogenic peptides were separated as cations in the classical and isoelectric buffers in the acidic region, pH 2- 2'5, and as anions in amphoteric buffer in weakry arkaline conditions, pH = 8'1. Non-ionogenic peptides were analyzed by miceilar electrokinetic chromatography with micelrar phase consisting of anionic detergent sodium dodecylsulphate in alkaline conditions, pH 8.8. The experimental conditions were selected with the aim to avoid the adsorption of peptides on the capillary wall, which was particularly reached with suppression of dissociation of si'anol gÍoups on the imer capillary wall in the acidic pH region and with electrostatic repursion negatively charged peptides from negatively charged dissociation silanol groups on the inner capillary wall in the alkaline pH region. The pH values of background electrolýes were chosen in the region, where the biggest differences in calculated specific charges of analyzed...
Separation of triazoles from real samples with capillary electrophoresis
Kovač, Ishak ; Jakl, M. ; Šolínová, Veronika ; Jaklová Dytrtová, Jana
The CE has become one of the advantageous tools in fungicides analysis in complex matrices due to its simplicity and separation efficiency. The separation of a group of thee triazole (i.e. penconazole, tebuconazole, and cyproconazole) fungicides was achieved with CD-MEKC with anionic Sg-CD as a selector at pH=4,8. The background electrolyte consisted of TRIS phosphate buffer (50 mmol/L) and 15 mmol/L SDS. The separation was performed on uncoated fused silica capillary with 500/425 mm (total/effective) length under -15 kV separation voltage. Achieved LOD values with this method were: 0,73, 1,88, 0,60, 1,18 (umol/L) for penconazole, tebuconazole, cyproconazole A and B respectively.
Determination of binding constants of human insulin complexes with serotonin, dopamine, arginine, and phenol by pressure assisted partial filling affinity capillary electrophoresis
Šolínová, Veronika ; Žáková, Lenka ; Jiráček, Jiří ; Kašička, Václav
A new method, pressure assisted partial filling affinity capillary electrophoresis (PF-ACE), has been developed to study noncovalent interactions of the hexamer of human insulin (HI) with cationic ligands, such as phenolic neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine, and amino acid arginine, or with anionic ligand phenol, in alkaline aqueous solutions. The apparent binding constants, Kb, of the HI-ligand complexes were determined from the dependence of the effective migration time changes of the above ligands on the variable zone lengths of HI dissolved in the background electrolyte and hydrodynamically introduced into the bare fused silica capillary close to the UV detector. The HI interactions with the above ligands were found to be moderately strong, with Kb values in the range 385-1314 L/mol.
Monitoring of enzymatic enantioselective acetylation of gem-difluorinated alcohols by capillary electrophoresis
Šolínová, Veronika ; Pomeisl, Karel ; Lamatová, Nikola ; Pohl, Radek ; Brabcová, Jana ; Krečmerová, Marcela ; Kašička, Václav
A new fast and highly efficient capillary electrophoretic (CE) method has been developed for chiral analysis of non-charged gem-difluorinated alcohol (3-(benzyloxy)-1,1-difluoro-propan-2-ol) using sulfobutylether-β-CD as chiral selector. The method was applied for monitoring of enzymatic (lipase mediated) enantioselective acetylation of the above alcohol and for determination of enantiomeric purity of both substrates and products of the enzymatic reaction.
Analysis, separation and physico-chemical characterization of peptide hormones by capillary electrophoresis
Šolínová, Veronika ; Jelínek, Ivan (advisor) ; Feltl, Ladislav (referee) ; Coufal, Pavel (referee) ; Samcová, Eva (referee)
I 11 CoNcr,usroNs The work bas demonstrated that capinary zone elechophoresis and micelrar electokinetic cbromatography are high-perfomrance and high-sensitive methods for qualitative and quantitative anďysis and for physico-chemicď characÚerization ofpeptide hormones. using the strategy for the rational selection of experimental conditions for cE analysis and separations ofpeptides, ionogenic peptides were separated as cations in the classical and isoelectric buffers in the acidic region, pH 2- 2'5, and as anions in amphoteric buffer in weakry arkaline conditions, pH = 8'1. Non-ionogenic peptides were analyzed by miceilar electrokinetic chromatography with micelrar phase consisting of anionic detergent sodium dodecylsulphate in alkaline conditions, pH 8.8. The experimental conditions were selected with the aim to avoid the adsorption of peptides on the capillary wall, which was particularly reached with suppression of dissociation of si'anol gÍoups on the imer capillary wall in the acidic pH region and with electrostatic repursion negatively charged peptides from negatively charged dissociation silanol groups on the inner capillary wall in the alkaline pH region. The pH values of background electrolýes were chosen in the region, where the biggest differences in calculated specific charges of analyzed...

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