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PHENYLTHIOHYDANTOIN     3-phenyl-2-sulfanylidene- imidazolidin-4-one

Synonyms: Pth-glycine, CHEMBL201185, AG-A-43617, AG-E-47112, P0627_SIGMA, ...
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  • In this study, we used the T3C combination of a carbon and a conventional bonded phase for the separation of barbiturates and phenylthiohydantoin amino acids (PTH-amino acids) [15].
  • The detection limits achieved for API glow discharge detection are typically in the low femtomole region for small organic molecules including small biological neurotransmitters, drugs, pesticides, phenylthiohydantoin-substituted amino acids, and explosives [16].
  • Capillary columns were packed with 3 microns C18 stationary phase, interfaced with an ultraviolet-laser based thermo-optical absorbance detector, and evaluated for separation of a mixture of phenylthiohydantoin-amino acids [17].
  • After sequencing the phosphate-free human casein, phosphorylated seryl and threonyl residues were located in three of the other phosphorylated forms by examining the aqueous layer of the phenylthiohydantoin conversion step during automatic liquid phase sequencing [18].
  • Amino acid sequencing of the peptide identified a portion of the PLP-binding site as being the region containing the sequence L-Q-V-S-Q-Q-E-D-I-T-X, where X indicates that phenylthiohydantoin amino acid could not be assigned [19].

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