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Diazo- and azido-functionalized glutaraldehydes as cross-linking reagents and potential fixatives for electron microscopy

Authors: Cai, SX; Keana, JF (1991) Bioconjugate Chemistry 2:38-43. HERO ID: 3860405

[Less] The synthesis of diazo and perfluorophenyl azide (PFPA) functionalized glutaraldehydes 7 and 13a-d as . . . [More] The synthesis of diazo and perfluorophenyl azide (PFPA) functionalized glutaraldehydes 7 and 13a-d as new cross-linking reagents for bioconjugation and potential fixatives for electron microscopy is reported. A key step is the generation of the 1,5-dialdehyde structures by oxidative cleavage of the corresponding cyclopentene epoxide using HIO4 in aqueous tetrahydrofuran. A model reaction between 3-substituted glutaraldehyde 14 and 6-aminohexanoic acid resulted in the formation of pyridinium ion containing products with UV spectra comparable to those observed with glutaraldehyde itself. Thus modification of glutaraldehyde in the 3-position most probably did not significantly change its reactivity with amines under chemical-fixation conditions. Fixation of red blood cells by 7 demonstrates that as a fixative, 7 is comparable to glutaraldehyde.

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A closer look at acetyl and pentafluoropropionyl derivatives for quantitative analysis of morphine and codeine by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry

Author: Grinstead, GF (1991) Journal of Analytical Toxicology 15:293-298. HERO ID: 3860582

[Less] PFPA and acetic anhydride derivatives of morphine and codeine were evaluated with respect to stability, . . . [More] PFPA and acetic anhydride derivatives of morphine and codeine were evaluated with respect to stability, chromatography, potential for analytical interferences by other opiates, and suitability of major fragment ions for analysis by GC/MS with deuterated internal standards and selected ion monitoring (SIM). The PFPA derivatives showed acceptable stability and could be analyzed without interference from other opiates, but the codeine derivative had relatively poor chromatography and its mass spectrum had only two ions suitable for SIM. The acetic anhydride derivatives were stable and chromatographed well, but diacetyl hydromorphone enol, a minor product of derivatization of hydromorphone, interfered with analysis of morphine. 3-Monoacetylmorphine, a minor product of derivatization of morphine, prevented use of the abundant m/z 285 ion of derivatized D3-codeine as a qualifying ion in quantitative assays. The acetic anhydride derivative of morphine cannot be distinguished from the corresponding derivative of the heroin metabolite 6-monoacetylmorphine.

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The mass spectra of 4-aminophenanthrene and its trifluoroacetic anhydride and perfluoropropionic anhydride derivatives

Authors: Campbell, JA; Chess, EK; Connolly, MJ (1990) Biomedical and Environmental Mass Spectrometry 19:613-618. HERO ID: 3860583

[Less] Several aminophenanthrenes have been examined with electron impact mass spectrometry. The trifluoroacetic . . . [More] Several aminophenanthrenes have been examined with electron impact mass spectrometry. The trifluoroacetic anhydride (TFAA) and perfluoropropionic anhydride (PFPA) derivatives of 4-aminophenanthrene have been studied with electron impact as well as both positive and negative ion chemical ionization mass spectrometry utilizing methane as a reagent gas. The resulting mass spectra indicate a loss of water from the derivatives and a mechanism is proposed to account for this loss. The spectra also indicate unique fragmentation patterns associated with the position of the substituent, particularly the four position which is in the region of the molecule termed the bay region. Another interesting aspect is the spectral differences observed for the TFAA and PFPA derivatives of 4-aminophenanthrene. The positive ion chemical ionization mass spectrum of the TFAA derivative indicates an ion [M + H - H2O]+; however, the mass spectrum of the PFPA derivative of 4-aminophenanthrene indicates no water loss from the [M + H]+ ion. The negative ion chemical ionization mass spectra of the two derivatives are also very different. The mass spectrum of the TFAA derivative shows an [M - 18]- ion and the PFPA derivative shows successive losses of HF with no apparent loss of water.

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Comparison of derivatives for determination of codeine and morphine by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry

Authors: Chen, BH; Taylor, EH; Pappas, AA (1990) Journal of Analytical Toxicology 14:12-17. HERO ID: 3859246

[Less] Pentafluoropropionic anhydride (PFPA) and heptafluorobutyric anhydride (HFBA) derivatives of morphine . . . [More] Pentafluoropropionic anhydride (PFPA) and heptafluorobutyric anhydride (HFBA) derivatives of morphine and codeine demonstrated poor spectra due to low abundances of secondary and tertiary ions. Trifluoroacetamide (MBTFA) has been a widely used derivative; however, the internal standard, nalorphine, displayed very poor stability and this resulted in split peaks by gas chromatography making MBTFA unsuitable for quantitative methods. Quantitation of codeine and morphine using bis-trimethylsilyltrifluoroacetamide (BSTFA/1%TMS) revealed a significant gradual decrease (p less than 0.05) of peak area ratio (PAR) of codeine and morphine compared to the internal standard using selected ion monitoring (SIM). The acetic anhydride derivative showed no significant differences in the peak area ratios for codeine/IS over a period of 24 hours, although the coefficient of variation (CV) was higher for the acetyl derivative than for the TMS derivative of codeine. There was a significant difference associated with the acetyl derivative of morphine at 4 h post derivatization compared to the initial injection (p less than 0.05); however, the acetyl derivative was stable for 24 hours and had a CV of less than 10% at a cutoff of 300 ng/mL.

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Determination of naloxone and naltrexone as perfluoroalkyl ester derivatives by electron-capture gas-liquid chromatography

Authors: Sams, RA; Malspeis, L (1976) Journal of Chromatography 125:409-420. HERO ID: 3859251

[Less] An electron-capture gas chromatographic method is described for the determination of naloxone and naltrexone . . . [More] An electron-capture gas chromatographic method is described for the determination of naloxone and naltrexone as the perfluoroalkyl esters. Each compound serves as internal standard for determination of the other. The method permits quantitation of 2-100 ng of either compound. Conditions for derivatization with heptafluorobutyric anhydride (HFBA), pentafluoropropionic anhydride (PFPA), and trifluoroacetic anhydride (TFAA) have been investigated. When catalyzed with pyridine, derivatization with HFBA and PFPA at 70 degrees gives naloxone and naltrexone triesters. Evidence for triester formation was obtained from gas chromatography-methane chemical ionization mass spectrometry and infrared spectral analysis. It was found that both the HFB and PFP triesters are suitable for quantitation of the narcotic antagonists, the HFB derivatives having greater stability than the PFP derivatives. The TFA derivatives are substantially less stable.

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[Relationship between polyamines and nucleic acids, V: Stimulation of liver growth and enhancement of polyamines and nucleic acids by perfluorovaleric acid]

Authors: Seiler, N; Askar, A (1972) Hoppe-Seyler's Zeitschrift für Physiologische Chemie 353:623-&. HERO ID: 3860343