Salt Interference in Sugar Chromatography of Urine View Full Text


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DATE

1953-08

AUTHORS

S. BAAR, J. P. BULL

ABSTRACT

DURING a recent investigation of lactosuria in burns1 following cutaneous absorption of the lactose from penicillin-lactose powder, it was found that ascending chromatography of the urine yielded spots of considerably lower RF values than lactose itself. 0.02 ml. amounts of urine were applied; and the solvent consisted of n-butanol 5.7 parts, ethanol 1.57 parts, water 2.73 parts, and contained 1 per cent ammonia solution. The substance obtained from these spots, however, when isolated and identified by standard chemical procedures, proved to be lactose. More... »

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414-415

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/13087264


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