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May 09, 2023
The evolution of biomolecule analysis is discussed in this article.
How to enhance the sensitivity, specificity, and speed of metabolite measurement using TIMS, which in turn helps to accelerate the pace of metabolomics research.
May 05, 2023
A new study has identified potential quality-markers for Eucommiae Folium (Duzhongye), a traditional Chinese medicine, using UHPLC–MS/MS analysis, and has recommended isoquercitrin as a new quality-marker candidate.
May 02, 2023
This article compares the performance of wide-pore silica monolithic, sub-2µm FPP, and SPP columns, addresses the question of whether 1000 Å or 400 Å SPP columns are more suitable for reversed-phase LC-type protein separations, and presents a kinetic performance comparison of different columns.
A micro-pillar array format for mapping the proteome of human stem cell-derived liver organoids using timsTOF–MS is presented.
This article highlights an advantage of porous graphitic carbon columns, that is their resistance at high temperatures, for the analysis of parabens in foodstuffs.
An introduction from guest editor, Gert Desmet from Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
May 01, 2023
Exploring the impact of green chemistry on analytical chemistry and GC is the focus of this instalment of "GC Connections".
A rapid and robust LC–MS/MS method for determining lactulose and rhamnose concentrations in blood plasma was used to determine intestinal
permeability from blood plasma, which can help diagnose gastrointestinal diseases such as Crohn’s disease.
Everyone is talking about sustainability, and organizations are creating sustainability programs. But what does green chemistry really mean, and how does it apply to gas chromatography?