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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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Researchers unveil new SARS-CoV-2 inhibitor that targets viral immune evasion

Researchers unveil new SARS-CoV-2 inhibitor that targets viral immune evasion

Mutations to autism-associated gene cause a cascade of problems in developing mouse brains

Mutations to autism-associated gene cause a cascade of problems in developing mouse brains

New nanoparticle SARS-CoV-2 vaccine confers robust protection with single dose after two weeks

New nanoparticle SARS-CoV-2 vaccine confers robust protection with single dose after two weeks

High-fiber diet can significantly  alter the gut microbiome and nutrient intake

High-fiber diet can significantly alter the gut microbiome and nutrient intake

Standardized drying protocol for goldenseal could lead to more predictable health outcomes

Standardized drying protocol for goldenseal could lead to more predictable health outcomes

New method could drive down the production cost of antibodies

New method could drive down the production cost of antibodies

Non-invasive skin swab samples can rapidly detect COVID-19

Non-invasive skin swab samples can rapidly detect COVID-19

Study addresses glycosylation concerns in SARS-CoV-2 vaccine design

Study addresses glycosylation concerns in SARS-CoV-2 vaccine design

Discover, Visualize and Identify Biomarkers

Discover, Visualize and Identify Biomarkers

Bruker announces new results in deep, unbiased plasma proteomics, PaSER 1.1 software and new cross-linking consumables at US HUPO 2021

Bruker announces new results in deep, unbiased plasma proteomics, PaSER 1.1 software and new cross-linking consumables at US HUPO 2021

Self-assembling nanoparticles an effective vaccine candidate for SARS-CoV-2

Self-assembling nanoparticles an effective vaccine candidate for SARS-CoV-2

SLS announces appointment as an official distributor for the Merck Supelco® range of analytical products

SLS announces appointment as an official distributor for the Merck Supelco® range of analytical products

The Role of D-Amino Acids in Humans

The Role of D-Amino Acids in Humans

Analytical Mass Spectrometry: How Did We Get Here, Where are We Going?

Analytical Mass Spectrometry: How Did We Get Here, Where are We Going?

Well-known spasmolytic drug can suppress inflammatory response in astrocytes

Well-known spasmolytic drug can suppress inflammatory response in astrocytes

New technique helps detect biocontaminants in environmental water samples

New technique helps detect biocontaminants in environmental water samples

Understanding Absolute Stoichiometry of Oligomeric Protein Complexes Using SEC-MALS

Understanding Absolute Stoichiometry of Oligomeric Protein Complexes Using SEC-MALS

Basigin does not facilitate SARS-CoV-2 entry, say researchers

Basigin does not facilitate SARS-CoV-2 entry, say researchers

Study provides new information about the structure of prion proteins

Study provides new information about the structure of prion proteins

Analytical Chemistry of Beer and Brewing

Analytical Chemistry of Beer and Brewing