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μ-PrepCell™ SS Reduction of S-S Bonds

| Contributed by Antec Scientific

The use of on-line electrochemical (EC) reduction of disulfide bonds in LC-MS has shown great potential for the fast assignment of S-S bonds...

Determination of Phenolic compounds in Whisky using SBSE-GC/MS and LVI-GC/MS

| Contributed by Gerstel

In this study, a method was developed for quantitative determination of seven phenolic compounds in scotch whisky.

Comprehensive guide to 2D Gas Chromatography (GCxGC)

| Contributed by SepSolve Analytical

This paper provides a short overview of the theory and practice of the rapidly-developing field of two-dimensional gas chromatography (GC×GC).

Reaction monitoring of Antibody-Drug-Conjugates (ADCs) Using YMC´s BioPro HIC BF

| Contributed by YMC

Drug-antibody ratio (DAR) of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) is important for their therapeutic efficacy and pharmacokinetics.

Rapid Detection of Trace Levels of Deoxynivalenol in Wheat Flour by Portable Miniature Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry

| Contributed by Bayspec

Battery-powered mass spectrometers can detect mycotoxins in the field in real time

Energy Drink Analysis

| Contributed by Ace

This application note presents a gradient method for the analysis of eight common ingredients found in energy drinks.

Creating the Correct Environment for Analysing Reducing Sugars with the ACE NH2

| Contributed by Ace

Sugars are carbohydrates composed of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.

Analysis of sugars using the ACE NH2 and VWR Hitachi Chromaster

| Contributed by Ace

Carbohydrates are one of the most important components of foodstuffs and beverages and contribute to taste and nutritional value.

Separation of common artificial sweeteners by HPLC

| Contributed by Ace

Artificial sweeteners are increasingly used as a low-calorie substitute for sugar in food and beverages and can help to control body weight and insulin levels and aid dental health.

Rapid Determination of mycotoxins by LC-MS/MS

| Contributed by Ace

Mycotoxins are secondary metabolites produced by several species of fungi and are considered one of the most important contaminants of agricultural commodities, both in the field and in storage.

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