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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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Associations between ultra-processed food consumption and phthalate exposures in pregnant women

Associations between ultra-processed food consumption and phthalate exposures in pregnant women

Pregnant women show significant immune system changes linked to gut microbiome

Pregnant women show significant immune system changes linked to gut microbiome

Genetics of estrogen production linked to endometrial cancer risk in postmenopausal women

Genetics of estrogen production linked to endometrial cancer risk in postmenopausal women

Study reveals significant health benefits of golden berries in diabetic and obese rats

Study reveals significant health benefits of golden berries in diabetic and obese rats

Salmon's secret sauce: Nutrimetabolomics uncovers heart-healthy compounds in Mediterranean staple

Salmon's secret sauce: Nutrimetabolomics uncovers heart-healthy compounds in Mediterranean staple

Study identifies plasma markers linked to mental health in young adults

Study identifies plasma markers linked to mental health in young adults

Sweat tattoos: UMass Amherst develops skin-friendly monitors for health insights

Sweat tattoos: UMass Amherst develops skin-friendly monitors for health insights

Could this traditional Thai medicine have wound healing abilities?

Could this traditional Thai medicine have wound healing abilities?

Is serum vitamin D status linked to dental caries or molar incisor hypomineralisation in children?

Is serum vitamin D status linked to dental caries or molar incisor hypomineralisation in children?

How does geography and climate impact wine quality and its health benefits?

How does geography and climate impact wine quality and its health benefits?

How do SCFAs modulate cardiometabolic risk in normal-weight adults?

How do SCFAs modulate cardiometabolic risk in normal-weight adults?

New, automated shake and fire platforms from Copley cut the burden of MDI and nasal drug product testing.

New, automated shake and fire platforms from Copley cut the burden of MDI and nasal drug product testing.

New study shows how brain glucose affects fungal disease treatment

New study shows how brain glucose affects fungal disease treatment

Study links cord blood lipid levels to early ADHD and autism symptoms

Study links cord blood lipid levels to early ADHD and autism symptoms

Alzheimer's disease found to have five distinct subtypes

Alzheimer's disease found to have five distinct subtypes

Nicotine beliefs elicit dose-response reactions in human brains

Nicotine beliefs elicit dose-response reactions in human brains

New imaging technique could transform diagnosis and treatment of steatotic liver disease

New imaging technique could transform diagnosis and treatment of steatotic liver disease

Closing the gap: PATROL's approach to overcoming lung cancer diagnostic inequality

Closing the gap: PATROL's approach to overcoming lung cancer diagnostic inequality

New peptide library paves the way for targeting elusive cancer factor MYC

New peptide library paves the way for targeting elusive cancer factor MYC

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