Author(s): Simpson RC, Brown PR
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Abstract The papers reviewed represent recent progress in HPLC profiling of nucleic acid components in physiological samples. Each method was designed for a particular application and possesses certain inherent advantages and/or disadvantages. Many methods are simply modifications of previous procedures. Although some methodologies appear to be superior to others, there is no "best" method for universal usage. The analyst must use the procedure which is best suited for the particular application at hand. This review is meant to be a starting point for the chromatographer who is comparing and evaluating HPLC methods for a given application.
This article was published in J Chromatogr
and referenced in Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques