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Chromatography in Greek means to ‘write with colors.’ It is a versatile separation technique developed in 1903 by Mikhail Tswett, a Russian botanist. He separated colorful plant pigments using a column of calcium carbonate. Ever since its discovery, chromatography has evolved as a powerful tool in the lab for the separation and identification of different compounds in a mixture.

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Characterizing and Isolating (Bio)macromolecular Structures using MALS

Characterizing and Isolating (Bio)macromolecular Structures using MALS

Using Light Scattering to Characterize Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions

Using Light Scattering to Characterize Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions

Stability Testing of Therapeutic Proteins using DLS and Machine Learning

Stability Testing of Therapeutic Proteins using DLS and Machine Learning

Promising new technique for high throughput protein purification

Promising new technique for high throughput protein purification

Creating a physical and genetic map of Cannabis sativa

Creating a physical and genetic map of Cannabis sativa

New tool will help implement more precise treatments for patients with cardiogenic shock

New tool will help implement more precise treatments for patients with cardiogenic shock

Combining new tool with existing methods renders precise and patient-specific decision-making possible

Combining new tool with existing methods renders precise and patient-specific decision-making possible

Porvair Sciences offers unmatched selection of microplate products for LC/MS and GC/MS sample preparation

Porvair Sciences offers unmatched selection of microplate products for LC/MS and GC/MS sample preparation

LC-MS/MS test for progesterone outperforms traditional immunoassays

LC-MS/MS test for progesterone outperforms traditional immunoassays

Microextraction gets an eco-friendly makeover in new cannabis study

Microextraction gets an eco-friendly makeover in new cannabis study

Researchers discover biochemical agent responsible for blood pressure drop in sepsis

Researchers discover biochemical agent responsible for blood pressure drop in sepsis

Whole grain cereals can provide health benefits by altering intestinal serotonin production

Whole grain cereals can provide health benefits by altering intestinal serotonin production

KNAUER introduces new columns and screening service for enantioseparation of chiral substances

KNAUER introduces new columns and screening service for enantioseparation of chiral substances

Which type of chromatography is best for cannabis analysis?

Which type of chromatography is best for cannabis analysis?

Hormonal plants? Uncovering the melatonin biosynthesis pathway using a novel LC-MS technique

Hormonal plants? Uncovering the melatonin biosynthesis pathway using a novel LC-MS technique

Bioactive compounds in cocoa bean extract could be used to develop new treatment for skeletal diseases

Bioactive compounds in cocoa bean extract could be used to develop new treatment for skeletal diseases

Cranberry oligosaccharides could be responsible for preventing UTIs

Cranberry oligosaccharides could be responsible for preventing UTIs

Blood based test using AI and nanotechnology devised for chronic fatigue syndrome

Blood based test using AI and nanotechnology devised for chronic fatigue syndrome

Uncovering the Structure of HIV Integrase to Inform Drug Discovery

Uncovering the Structure of HIV Integrase to Inform Drug Discovery

KNAUER self-tests gender pay gap one month after Equal Pay Day

KNAUER self-tests gender pay gap one month after Equal Pay Day