LCGC North America-04-01-2006

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April 01, 2006

Without a doubt, life science technologies are providing valuable information and have become the core that discovery relies upon. Life science instruments are used predominantly by four industrial segments, which include academia, biotechnology, government, and pharmaceutical research labs. Due to the amount of money being spent, these industrial segments are under pressure to deliver exciting new discoveries.

LCGC North America
Departments

April 01, 2006

News from the chromatography industry.

This month's installment of "Column Watch" is the conclusion of a two part series in which Ron Majors examines the trends in columns and sample preparation at Pittcon 2006.

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MILESTONES IN CHROMATOGRAPHY

April 01, 2006

This installment of "Milestones in Chromatography" discusses the events leading to the development of the amino acid analyzer near the end of the 1950s at the Rockefeller Institute of Medical Research by Moore, Stein, and Spackman.

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MS - The Practical Art

April 01, 2006

This month's column explores the idea that despite the well-considered physics and engineering involved in mass spectrometer technology, it nonetheless seems that the uality of one's results are as much the product of art as they are of science.

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LC Troubleshooting

April 01, 2006

John Dolan ponders te question of whether or not you will be prepared when that method eventually fails.

In part I of a two-part series, the author introduces several methods to reduce error in your chromatographic analyses.