Thiol-containing substances can be isolated selectively by covalent binding to an activated thiolated matrix via thiol-disulphide exchange to form a mixed disulphide bond. After washing away unbound material, the thiol-containing substance is eluted by reducing the disulphide bond. This technique
Desalting at laboratory scale is a well-proven, simple, and fast method that will rapidly remove low molecular weight contaminants at the same time as transferring the sample into the desired buffer in a single step.
Ultra-high performance liquid chromatographic (UHPLC) separation of ephedrine and its three structural analogs based on polar retention effect on graphite (PREG) mechanism using Supel™ Carbon LC column.
Ultra-high performance liquid chromatographic (UHPLC) separation of polar herbicides, paraquat and diquat using SupelTM Carbon LC column with baseline resolution, excellent peak shape, and good lot-to-lot reproducibility.
Extraction and analyses of chlorogenic acid and baicalin active ingredients in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) according to Chinese pharmacopeia monograph by HPLC with Discovery® C18 column to check:
chromatographic data, linearity, specificity and repeatability, LOQ and LOD
HPLC method to analyze ephedrine HCl and pseudoephedrine HCl in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) with a Purospher® RP-18e colμmn to report chromatographic data, linearity, specificity and repeatability and LOD and LOQ.
Ultra high-performance liquid chromatographic (UHPLC) separation of Vitamin D Metabolites― 3-epi-25-hydroxyvitamin D2 and 25-hydroxyvitamin D2, using Supel™ Carbon LC column with baseline separation, excellent peak shape, and sensitivity.
Affinity chromatography is the process of bioselective adsorption and subsequent recovery of a compound from an immobilized ligand. This process allows for the highly specific and efficient purification of many diverse proteins and other compounds. The process requires
Poor-quality eluent components can cause a phenomenon referred to as “ghosting”. Trace levels of organic impurities bind to the medium, concentrating during equilibration and sample application. When elution begins, these contaminants appear in the chromatogram as unknown, or “ghost” peaks.