The selectivity of TLC separation of non-selective calcium-channel blockers prenylamine, lidoflazine, bepridil, and fendiline has been investigated silanized silica gel RP8 and RP18 plates. Optimization of retention and selectivity for these compounds was achieved by altering the pH and the concentration of organic modifier (methanol, ethanol, tetrahydrofuran, acetonitrile) in the aqueous mobile phases. The substances were separated in horizontal chambers and the drugs were detected by videoscanning and illumination of the plates at
= 254 nm. On RP8 plates the best separation was achieved with 50% acetonitrile in pH 2.06 phosphate buffer as mobile phase. On RP18 the best separation was achieved with 50% ethanol in pH 2.06 phosphate buffer.
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