fluorescamine

fluor·es·ca·mine

(flōr-es'kă-mēn),
A nonfluorescent reagent that reacts with primary amines to form fluorescent compounds.
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Zrncic, "HPLC-DAD-FLD determination of veterinary pharmaceuticals in pharmaceutical industry wastewater with precolumn derivatization using fluorescamine," Chromatographia, vol.
Fluorescence detection following pre- or postcolumn derivatization with fluorescamine is also used [1, 8, 14-17].
Presence of chitosan on PLGA surface was detected by the zeta potential measurement, the FT-IR analysis, the fluorescent observation, the optical observation, and fluorescamine method.
Zrncic et al., "HPLC-DAD-FLD determination of veterinary pharmaceuticals in pharmaceutical industry wastewater with precolumn derivatization using fluorescamine," Chromatographia, vol.
Mandrou, "Determination of cephalosporins utilising thin-layer chromatography with fluorescamine detection," The Analyst, vol.
DPH (1,6-diphenyl-1,3,5-hexatriene) and fluorescamine were from Sigma-Aldrich Kft.
Farajzadeh, "The use of fluorescamine (Fluram) in fluorimetric trace analysis of primary amines of pharmaceutical and biological interest," Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, vol.
Identification of mescaline and other [beta]-phenethylamines in Pereskia, Pereskiopsis and Islaya by use of fluorescamine conjugates," Journal of Chromatography A, vol.
Most of the glycolipids detected by anthrone reagent were also stained with fluorescamine reagent for amines, and stained rather weakly with Dittmer-Lester's reagent for phosphorus.
The peptide fractions were lyophilized and concentration was quantified using Fluorescamine with glycine as standard (Udenfriend et al.