Dubnoff, Jacob W. (1941) A micromethod for the determination of arginine. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 141 (3). pp. 711-716. ISSN 0021-9258 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:DUBjbc41b
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Micromethods for the determination of arginine based on the use of the Sakaguchi reagent have been described (14). This reagent gives a strong color with glycocyamine, arginine, and other monosubstituted guanidine derivatives. In a previous communication (5) a method for the determination of glycocyamine was described based on the Sakaguchi reaction and the quantitative separation of glycocyamine from arginine by selective adsorption of the arginine on permutit. In the method outlined below the separated arginine is eluted from the permutit and determined independently.
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