hplc valve Articles

  • Paralytic shellfish toxins dinoflagelate-derived neurotoxins in bivalve mollusks

    Analysis Of Dinoflagelate Derived Neurotoxins In Bivalve Mullusks Using Hplc Postcolumn Fluorescence Method The paralytic shellfish toxins are a group of 18 secondary metabolites deposited in bivalve mollusks by dinoflagelates. Dinoflagelates blooms are seasonal, occurring during warm months. Since it is unpredictable whether an infestation will occur, the shellfish popula¬tion should be ...


    By Pickering Laboratories, Inc.

  • The development of cation-exchange chromatography in free amino acids analysis

    Although it was not called a liquid chromatograph, the first such instrument was introduced in late 1959 by Beckman Instruments and was designated the M.S. Amino Acid Analyzer in honour of Moore and Stein. Inject valves had yet to be invented, the buffer switching valves were glass stopcocks and the column temperature was controlled by circulating water baths. Two positive displacement pumps ...


    By Pickering Laboratories, Inc.

  • The Advantages of a Targeted 2D LC Approach

    Webinar Highlights | Focus on the Relevant: The Advantages of a Targeted 2D Chromatography Approach Hi folks, I’m Daniel Root, Senior Product Marketing Manager for Multidimensional LC Systems at Waters. I recently conducted a webinar that addressed multidimensional liquid chromatography – an exceptional tool for the improvement of characterization and separation of ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • Webinar Recap: “Developing, Testing, and Troubleshooting Chromatography Method Transfer”

    Hi, I’m Tom Wheat, Principal Scientist at Waters, and I recently hosted a webinar entitled, “Developing, Testing and Troubleshooting Chromatography Method Transfer.” Over the course of the webinar, we discussed the transfer of chromatographic methods that occurs at many stages in the development and production of a product. In its simplest form, the method is moved from one ...


    By Waters Corporation

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