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Tips to help reduce Amino Acid Sample Contamination
Samples Submitted for Amino Acid Analysis
Ideally, samples submitted for amino acid analysis should be free of salts, buffers, amino-containing substances, trace metals, and detergents for accurate results. Realistically, it is often impractical or impossible to completely desalt small amounts of sample without risking significant sample loss. The analyzer can produce reproducible, accurate analyses on a wide variety of samples when compatible buffers, salts or detergents are used. Below is a list or common buffers, detergents and salts along with the effect each has on the analysis:
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