Extraction phase processes are well covered in literature, but lack of attention to the mechanism of these systems deprives researchers of information needed to evaluate their current and future use.
A selective adsorption material was sought to capture and possibly remove ochratoxin A (OTA) from food and environmental samples prior to high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis.
Rosuvastatin, lovastatin, and simvastatin were determined for dosage quality control in pharmaceutical formulations using hybrid micellar liquid chromatography (HMLC).
A new approach was sought for the simultaneous verification of carboxyl and aldehyde metabolites, including analytes that were previously undetectable.
Using intact protein separation (IPS) together with traditional peptide separation (PS) enhanced detection for LC–MS/MS better than either method could do independently.
Extraction of gasoline and its major aromatic groups was promising using a carbon nanotube-assisted solid-phase microextraction (CNT-SPME) fiber.