The new isocratic cation exchange method separates up to eight different amino thiols. The separated sample components are detected electrochemically using a gold electrode and the integrated pulsed amperometry. The eluent composition is, for example, 0.15 M sodium perchlorate, 0.02 M perchloric acid and 5% acetonitrile. The report describes the optimization of chromatographic parameters such as column diameter and eluent composition. Quantitative performance is discussed for eight different amino thiols using standards. Also presented is a long term quantitative study for homocysteine and methionine in plasma samples. The preparation of plasma samples is simpler than with the previously reported version of the method. Only a reduction step is required, and neither column switching nor derivatization are necessary.