LCGC North America-02-01-2007

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This installment of "Sample Prep Perspectives" discusses techniques for the reduction/depletion of high-abundance proteins.

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LC Troubleshooting

February 01, 2007

John Dolan considers some techniques to improve detection limits, no matter what the application is.

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Milestones in Chromatography

February 01, 2007

Leslie Ettre is joined by Peter J.T. Morris as the duo discusses the work of James E. Lovelock, which eventually led to the invention of the electron-capture detector.

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MS - The Practical Art

February 01, 2007

This month's installment of "MS - The Practical Art" reprises a talk from Chris Lipinski that examines the analytical road ahead in drug discovery and the quest to expand the chemistry landscape and its inherent analytical demands.

Departments
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February 01, 2007

Thermo Fisher Buys SwissAnalytic; Regis expands services with SFC; PerkinElmer acquires product line from Triton; Airgas acquires CFC Refimax

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Departments

February 01, 2007

HPLC is among the most dynamic markets in the laboratory analytical and life science instrument industry. The market can be segmented into six different categories, which include conventional HPLC, capillary/nano LC, fast LC, preparative HPLC, amino acid analyzers, and gel permeation chromatography systems. Conventional HPLC systems, which account for the majority of the market, are standard HPLC instruments with typical flow rates between 1–10 mL/min. However, other HPLC systems designed for specific applications and that remedy some of the shortcomings of conventional LC systems, are becoming more significant in the market.

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This article presents the findings from an analysis conducted on sensitivity in GC on the basis of the complex group of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and PAH derivatives.

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Peer-Reviewed Articles

February 01, 2007

The authors explore how the development of improved light- scattering detection, ethodology, and data interpretation has allowed detailed characterization of polymers used in the paint industry.