QSRR Modeling for Metabolite Standards Analyzed by Two Different Chromatographic Columns Using Multiple Linear Regression
AbstractModified quantitative structure retention relationships (QSRRs) are proposed and applied to describe two retention data sets: A set of 94 metabolites studied by a hydrophilic interaction chromatography system under organic content gradient conditions and a set of tryptophan and its major metabolites analyzed by a reversed-phase chromatographic system under isocratic as well as pH and/or simultaneous pH and organic content gradient conditions. According to the proposed modification, an additional descriptor is added to a conventional QSRR expression, which is the analyte retention time, tR(R), measured under the same elution conditions, but in a second chromatographic column considered as a reference one. The 94 metabolites were studied on an Amide column using a Bare Silica column as a reference. For the second dataset, a Kinetex EVO C18 and a Gemini-NX column were used, where each of them was served as a reference column of the other. We found in all cases a significant improvement of the performance of the QSRR models when the descriptor tR(R) was considered. View Full-Text
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Zisi, C.; Sampsonidis, I.; Fasoula, S.; Papachristos, K.; Witting, M.; Gika, H.G.; Nikitas, P.; Pappa-Louisi, A. QSRR Modeling for Metabolite Standards Analyzed by Two Different Chromatographic Columns Using Multiple Linear Regression. Metabolites 2017, 7, 7.
Zisi C, Sampsonidis I, Fasoula S, Papachristos K, Witting M, Gika HG, Nikitas P, Pappa-Louisi A. QSRR Modeling for Metabolite Standards Analyzed by Two Different Chromatographic Columns Using Multiple Linear Regression. Metabolites. 2017; 7(1):7.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zisi, Chrysostomi; Sampsonidis, Ioannis; Fasoula, Stella; Papachristos, Konstantinos; Witting, Michael; Gika, Helen G.; Nikitas, Panagiotis; Pappa-Louisi, Adriani. 2017. "QSRR Modeling for Metabolite Standards Analyzed by Two Different Chromatographic Columns Using Multiple Linear Regression." Metabolites 7, no. 1: 7.
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