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Diagnosing Kaposi's sarcoma in resource-limited settings
 
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Application Notes
Generic Analyses of Different Monoclonal Antibodies with RP-(U)HPLC
03/12/2019 | Contributed by YMC
This application note shows how to achieve robust chromatographic results for commercially available MAbs.
Analyzing Polymer Solutions Used in Inkjet Printing Using GPC/SEC
02/05/2018 | Contributed by Malvern Panalytical
Molecular weight of polymers in inkjet printing
Multi-Detector GPC/SEC Analysis of Polysaccharides
02/05/2018 | Contributed by Malvern Panalytical
How moving to multi-detector GPC can give greater insight than conventional measurements
The GC-VUV Toolkit
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Solutions Guide for Common GC Headaches
 
Ensure Analytical Accuracy and Reliability with a SilcoTek-Coated Inert Flow Path

An inert sample pathway is critical for accurately quantifying low levels of active samples. Without an inert flow path, analytes will be lost, peaks will broaden, and test results will be unreliable. SilcoTek’s Dursan® coating technology allows HPLC components to be inert like PEEK and robust like stainless steel.

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The Agilent Intuvo System is new system comprising capillary gas chromatographs, consumables and supplies. Based on numerous patented innovations designed to streamline GC, the Agilent Intuvo System greatly improves operational efficiency in the GC laboratory. Download our free eBook to find out how the Intuvo can boost the efficiency of your GC analyses.

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In this eBook, we walk you through some interesting problems – and solutions – with a focus on a few of our favorite things: beer, wine, and sugar.

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Biopharmaceuticals are complex molecules that need to be fully characterised to ensure both safety and efficacy. This eBook provides a toolbox of different workflows and techniques, developed by scientists at the National Institute of Biopharmaceutical Research and Training (NIBRT) and Thermo Fisher Scientific, for the comprehensive characterisation of biopharmaceuticals.

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Impress in 600 Seconds

All young separation scientists (35 years old and under) are invited to submit abstracts for the opportunity to present at a brand-new session at HPLC 2019 in Milan, Italy: The Separation Science Slam. Successful applicants will have just 10 minutes on stage to inform, engage and thrill the audience – and jury – with the hard-earned results of their liquid chromatography-based research project. The reward? Gold = €2000, Silver = €1500, Bronze = €500. Submit your short abstract (max 100 words) and brief CV by March 29, 2019.

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