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Other compounds

Ansynth Service B.V. is able to perform analysis of other compounds as well, mostly amino acid related. Some of these compounds are determined as free form but other might require (special) acid hydrolysis. For compounds not on the list, please don’t hesitate to inquire for pricing and possibilities.

Sulfur containing compounds
Cysteic acid(oxidation and acid hydrolysis)See itemlist
Glutathione (oxidized and reduced)
Methionine Sulphone(oxidation and acid hydrolysis)See itemlist
Methionine Sulfoxide(acid hydrolysis)
S-Methylmethionine (Vitamin U)
Maillard Reaction Products and Markers of Nutritional Food Quality
Carboxymethyllysine (CML)(acid hydrolysis)Inquire
Furosine (available lysine)(acid hydrolysis)See item list
Lanthionine (LAN)(acid hydrolysis)Inquire
Lysinoalanine (LAL)(acid hydrolysis)See item list
Metabolic compounds
δ-Amino-levulinic acid
Diaminopimelic acid
Pipecolic acid
Galactosamine and Glucosamine(acid hydrolysis)See item list
Collagen linkers
Desmosine and Isodesmosine(acid hydrolysis)See item list
Amino Acid analogues
γ-Carboxyglutamic acid (GLA)(alkaline hydrolysis)
Pyroglutamic acid (5-oxo-proline)
Theanine (N-ethyl-glutamic acid)
Non-natural Amino Acids (Peptide analysis)
4-Chlorophenylalanine(acid hydrolysis)
α-Naphtylalanine(acid hydrolysis)
Octa-hydroindole-2-carboxylic acid (OIC)(acid hydrolysis)
3-(3-pyridyl)-alanine(acid hydrolysis)
β-2-thienyl-alanine(acid hydrolysis)
Tetrahydroisoquinoline-3-Carboxylic acid (TIC)(acid hydrolysis)
Threoninol(acid hydrolysis)

Synthetic peptides

Ansynth Service B.V. is highly specialized in determination of the amino acid composition in synthetic peptides according to the relevant Ph. Eur. or USP monographs and a complete validation study can be performed on request, resulting in a tailored protocol and validation report. Inquire for possibilities.

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