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Fast and Accurate Analysis of Vitamin D Metabolites Using Novel Chromatographic Selectivity and Sample Preparation
Vitamin D deficiency has become a topic of interest in recent publications. Vitamin D regulates the absorption of calcium within the digestive track and is important to promote proper bone growth and prevent osteoprosis in older adults.
Evaluation of LCMSMS Deuterium Scrambling in Clinically Significant Small Molecules
LC-MS/MS is a powerful tool that brings numerous benefits to the clinical sample analysis arena. However, due to the complexity of the instrumentation there are some unique challenges that also accompany these benefits. Even following sample extraction and cleanup, matrix...
Improvement in LC/MS Analysis of Vitamin D Metabolites in Serum by Leveraging Column Selectivity and Effective Sample Prep
Improvement in LC/MS Analysis of Vitamin D Metabolites in Serum by Leveraging Column Selectivity and Effective Sample Prep
Vitamin D epi-Metabolites Separated with HybridSPE-Phospholipid
This Sigma-Aldrich article continues to detail new methodology for the analysis of Vitamin D metabolites using HybridSPE-Phospholipid technology.
Ascentis® Express F5 (pentafluorophenyl) U/HPLC Columns
Enhanced selectivity for stereoisomers and closely related compounds with alternate selectivity from C18 phases for basic, acidic, or neutral compounds
Ascentis® Express C18 U/HPLC Columns
Ascentis® Express C18 is the first choice when starting a new separation method.
Vitamin D and Prevention of Human Disease
Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) is naturally synthesized from ergosterol by invertebrates, fungi, and plants in response to ultraviolet B irradiation, while vitamin D3 synthesis (cholecalciferol) is uniquely initiated in the skin of vertebrates. During sun exposure, ultraviolet B photons are absorbed...
Overcoming Aggregation in Solid-phase Peptide Synthesis
Learn how to overcome aggregation in Solid Phase Peptide Synthesis
Parahydrogen Induced Polarization
Parahydrogen Induced Polarization (PHIP) is a hyperpolarization technique, where the nuclear singlet state of parahydrogen is used as a source of hyperpolarization.
Metal-Organic Complexes for Doping Organic Semiconductors and Surface Doping
The conductivity of organic semiconductors can be increased, and the barriers to charge-carrier injection from other materials can be reduced, by the use of highly reducing or oxidizing species to n- or p-dope, respectively, the semiconductor.
Metal Hydrides for NiMH Battery Applications
Rechargeable solid-state batteries are becoming increasingly important due to wide-spread use in computers, portable electronics, and vehicular applications.

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