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Several months ago a second edition of  “” was released. The new edition avoids well-established theoretical and practical aspects of HPLC that were extensively covered in the first edition published in 1998. However, the editors greatly update the handbook with emerging novel methods and concepts  that have contributed to the further advancement of HPLC technique in the […]

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“HPLC for Pharmaceutical Scientists” is a new hardcover book edited by Yuri V. Kazakevich and Rosario LoBrutto with a price tag of $159 at Amazon. This is an excellent book for both novice and experienced pharmaceutical chemists that provides a unified approach to HPLC with a balanced treatment of the theory and practice of HPLC […]

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Almost two weeks ago there was a question regarding Nano HPLC technology that I attempted to answer and in that post I mentioned Agilent as one of the pioneers in the Nano LC field. Agilent’s “nano” workhorse is a 1200 Series HPLC-Chip/MS system, which uses microfluidics chip-based technology for nanospray LC/MS. Based on the HPLC-Chip […]

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Immunoassays and other methods also suffer from extraction problems with dark chocolate, due to interactions of the allergenic proteins with other components, especially tannins. In light of all of these difficulties, US scientists at the Center for Food Safety and Nutrition have developed a new method for detecting the principal allergen, Ara h 1, in dark chocolate, based on proteomics

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Scientists from University of Hertfordshire (UK) are using new chemistry laboratories to analyze a random selection of red wines to determine the levels of resveratrol which is a natural antioxidant found in red wine and red grape skins

  

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