|Molecular Weight||277.412 g/mol|
Primesep B has been applied to the analysis of amitriptyline. Amitriptyline is a tertiary amine commonly used a probe in reversed-phase columns to test silanol activity. On C18 phases amitriptyline often tails unless mobile phase modifiers such as triethylamine or high ionic strength buffers are used. Primesep B has an embedded cation which shields the silica by ionic repulsion with the amitriptyline cation. Excellent peak shape results with a mass spec compatible mobile phase of water, acetonitrile (MeCN, ACN) and trifluoracetic acid (TFA).
Primesep 100 and Primesep 200 columns can be used as a universal column for analysis of wide range of compounds. These mixed-mode reversed-phase ion-exchange HPLC columns can provide a valuable alternative to traditional reversed-phase column. Amines, amino acids, quaternary amines, and various zwitter-ions can be analyzed along with hydrophobic compounds and organic and inorganic counter-ions. In this application, 8 compounds with different hydrophobic, hydrophilic, basic and acidic properties are separated based on their properties. Primesep 100 column is a mixed-mode HPLC column with a C12 carbon chain and carboxylic acid on the surface with pKa of 1. Primesep 200 column is a mixed-mode HPLC column with a C12 carbon chain and carboxylic acid on the surface with pKa of 2. These columns can be used with 100% organic (ACN) and 100% aqueous mobile phases. This HPLC method can be adopted as a generic and robust approach for analysis of acidic, basic and neutral compounds within the same run.
The presence of three drugs, dextromethorphan, amitriptyline and trimipramine in saliva were analyzed by mixed-mode chromatography on a Primesep D reversed-phase anion-exchange column. No sample preparation is required as proteins from saliva are not retained at these conditions and elute in the void of the column due to cation-exclusion effect. Both column and proteins are positively charged at current conditions. Mobile phase consists of ACN-water-formic acid and is compatible with LC/MS detection technique. This general HPLC method can be used for analysis of hydrophobic basic drugs in biofluids.
|Column||Legacy L1, 4.6x150 mm, 5 µm, 100A|
|Mobile Phase||MeCN/92 mM NaH2PO4 pH 2.5 (42/58)|
|Flow Rate||1.0 ml/min|
|Detection||UV, 250 nm|
|Class of Compounds||Drug, Nerve pain medication and antidepressant, Hydrophobic, Ionizable|