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PITCProgram for Infant/Toddler Care (California Department of Education and WestEd; Sausalito, CA)
PITCPhilippine International Trading Corporation
PITCProvider-Initiated Testing and Counseling (health care)
PITCPerak Integrated Timber Complex (Malaysia)
PITCPosterior Inferior Temporal Cortex
PITCPlumbing Industy Training Center
PITCPrimary Industries Training Council (now Food, Fibre and Timber Industries Training Council WA Inc.; Australia)
PITCPopulation Independent Transmission Control (computer networking)
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Cohen SA and DJ Strydom Amino acid analysis utilizing phenylisothiocyanate derivatives.
Next, 7:1:1:1 ethanol: TEA: water: phenylisothiocyanate were added and reactions proceeded for 20 min under NZ atmosphere.
We derivatized the free amino groups of PBG and ALA with phenylisothiocyanate (PITC; Pierce) by adding 50 [micro]L of PITC reagent (ethanol-water-triethylamine-PITC, 7:1:1:1 by volume) to each dried sample to form phenylthiocarbamyl-PBG (PTC-PBG) and phenylthiocarbamyl-ALA (PTC-ALA), respectively.
Free amino acids in soluble N fractions were derivatized with phenylisothiocyanate and separated and quantified using reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatography (Heinrikson and Meredith, 1984).
Precolumn phenylisothiocyanate derivatization and liquid chromatography of amino acids in food.
Improved HPLC determination of acidic opines by phenylisothiocyanate derivatization and its application to marine animals.
Cystine was determined as cysteic acid and methinonine as methionine sulfone after preoxidation with performic acid and pre-column derivation using phenylisothiocyanate (L-8800 Hitachi Automatic Amino Acid Analyzer, Tokyo, Japan).
Amino acids in CSF can be determined either by postcolumn derivatization with ninhydrin or o-phthalaldehyde (OPA) by commercially available amino acid analyzers or by precolumn derivatization with different reagents, such as dansyl chloride, phenylisothiocyanate, fluorenylmethyl chloroformate, dabsyl chloride, and OPA, followed by HPLC separation (4-6).