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W. Westley, Tetrahedron Letters, 1968, 31 19. c. Chromatography of trimethylsilylated amino-acids was reported 41 where the trimethylsilylating agent used was bis(trimethylsily1) acetamide. This procedure has been improved 42 by the introduction of bis(trimethylsily1) trifluoroacetamide to form the derivatives (Scheme 1). An obvious advantage is that the derivative is formed in one step; a disadvantage is that arginine once again resists analysis. The method has been extended to cover several iodine- 43 and sulphur-containing 44 amino-acids.
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Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins (SPR Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins (RSC)) (Vol 1) by J. H. Jones