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Sodium-1-octanesulfonate is used as a reagent for HPLC analysis of organic compounds, and more specifically, peptides and proteins. It is also extensively used as an ion pairing agent. Sodium-1-octanesulfonate is found to interact with human serum albumin. It is also used as an ion complexation agent for N-nitrosodiethanolamine.
Ma, Y.; .; Ji, X.; Xiang, F.; Chi, X.; Han, C.; He, J.; Abliz, Z.; Chena, W.; Huang, F. A cationic water-soluble pillararene: synthesis and host-guest complexation with sodium 1-octanesulfonate. Chem. Commun. 2011, 47, 12340-12342.
Li, L.; Xu, Z. S.; Song, G. W. Study on the Langmuir aggregation of sodium octanesulfonate on human serum albumin. Protein and Peptide Lett. 2011, 18 (1), 1-6.