This article reports historiographic analysis of three types of archival materials reviewed at each of the thirteen GLCA colleges.
Seven different Christian denominations (Baptist, Congregationalist,3 Dutch Reformed, Episcopal, Presbyterian, Society of Friends [Quaker], and United Methodist) moved to found all but one of the GLCA colleges.4 One central task confronted these thirteen colleges during the period between 1945 and 1965 related to racial desegregation: Enacting the Christian values of brotherhood and love that informed their missions and visions.
Racial integration at the GLCA colleges was enacted in one of three ways: Institutions were either inclusive and affirming, open but ambivalent, or closed and threatening.
College administrators at the GLCA colleges usually failed to perform the necessary systematic review and restructuring of existing institutional policies and the presumed norms and tacit assumptions that informed them.
GlcA DH-BPA represented about 30% of the radioactivity detected in digestive tracts (lot III), thus accounting for more than 15% of the BPA residues formed in vivo.
In these conditions, the quasi-molecular ion of GlcA-BPA was shifted from m/z 403 to m/z 407, consistent with the presence of five exchangeable hydrogen atoms in GcA-BPA, whereas the quasi-molecular ion of GlcA DH-BPA was shifted from m/z 385 to m/z 388, indicating the presence of four exchangeable hydrogen atoms in this species (Figure 4).
Then the structure of GlcA DH-BPA was unambiguously established using 2D-NMR techniques.
The main objective of the present study was to develop an response surface methodology to optimize the extraction parameters of CS from fish heads through UAE technology, and a sensitive method for the determination of GlcA and GalNAc in the CS by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with a diode array detector (DAD).
Methods to quantify glucuronic acid have been reported, anion exchange chromatography was the most common HPLC mode for GlcA analysis.
D-Glucuronic acid (GlcA) sodium salt monohydrate and N-acetylgalactosamine (GalNAc) were purchased from Sigma Chemical Co.