Rapid separation LC systems for food characterization purchased

India?s National Institute of Nutrition, located in Hyderabad, India, has purchased eight rapid separation liquid chromatography systems from Dionex.

India’s National Institute of Nutrition, located in Hyderabad, India, has purchased eight rapid separation liquid chromatography systems from Dionex. According to the company, these systems will be used in the analysis of amino acids and carotenoids in food derived from different regions of India.

The National Institute of Nutrition is reported to be the Government of India’s premier nutrition research institute with the mission to provide dedicated research that will enable food and nutrition security as described in the nutrition goals set by them.

The company claims that the systems that the institute has purchased will provide fast, high-resolution LC separations using high flow-rates for increased throughput. Their combination of extensive pressure range, high flow-rates and fast data collection is reported to facilitate high peak capacity in short run times.

For more information on India’s National Institute of Nutrition visit www.ninindia.org

More information on Dionex is available at www.dionex.com