A novel cationic polymeric coating is here reported, consisting of a N-methylpolyvinylpyridinium quaternary ion. This coating, combined with an isoelectric, aspartic acid as BGE, offers excellent separations of low- to high-Mr proteins, of low- to high-pI values, coupled to very high run-to-run repeatability. The importance of a hydrophilic coating is also illustrated, whereas the N-methylpolyvinylpyridinium quaternary ion does not seem to adsorb even a large size protein as human albumin, separations are already distorted in the N-ethyl derivative and totally ruined in the N-octyl derivative, due to its high hydrophobicity

An N-methylpolyvinylpyridinium cationic polymer for capillary coating in electrophoresis of proteins and peptides

SEBASTIANO, ROBERTO;MENDIETA, MARTHA;CONTIELLO, NUNZIA;CITTERIO, ATTILIO;RIGHETTI, PIERGIORGIO
2009-01-01

Abstract

A novel cationic polymeric coating is here reported, consisting of a N-methylpolyvinylpyridinium quaternary ion. This coating, combined with an isoelectric, aspartic acid as BGE, offers excellent separations of low- to high-Mr proteins, of low- to high-pI values, coupled to very high run-to-run repeatability. The importance of a hydrophilic coating is also illustrated, whereas the N-methylpolyvinylpyridinium quaternary ion does not seem to adsorb even a large size protein as human albumin, separations are already distorted in the N-ethyl derivative and totally ruined in the N-octyl derivative, due to its high hydrophobicity
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