More Matrices, More Problems…or Maybe Not?

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Guest Author: Jenny Cybulski In the clinical research industry, you deal with a plethora of different and dirty matrices that all need to be cleaned up before being injected into Continue Reading

Putting “Simple” Back into Your Bioanalytical Sample Preparation

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Guest Author: Jenny Cybulski While we can’t always agree on the same thing, an overwhelming amount of bioanalytical lab analysts would agree that even though sample preparation is a necessary Continue Reading

Using Core-Shell Technology To Improve HPLC Methods Within USP: Part 4

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Part IV: More about the Chromatographic Impact of Making Adjustments to Existing Methods Guest Author: Jeff Layne, Ph.D. Welcome to the fourth part of the series that is examining the effects Continue Reading

Is Simpler Always Better? How “Easy” Sample Prep Can Hinder Progress

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How “Easy” Sample Preparation Can Hinder Our Progress Allen Misa-Food and ENV Marketing Manager Everyone—and I mean everyone—would love to simplify their sample preparation. The goal of sample preparation is Continue Reading

Using Core-Shell Technology to Improve HPLC Methods Within USP: Part 3

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Part III.  Chromatographic Impact of Making Adjustments to Existing Isocratic Methods Guest Author: Jeff Layne, Ph.D. Welcome back to the third article of my series “Using Core-Shell Technology to Improve Continue Reading

Whatever Happened to the Shaking Party? New Technology Challenging Old Lab Traditions

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How New Technology is Challenging an Old Environmental Lab Tradition Guest Author: Allen Misa, Food and Environmental Marketing Manager For decades—as long as environmental laboratories—there has been the tradition of Continue Reading

Wine with a Hint of…Smokey Bacon? How Wildfires Can Affect Your Vino

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Since the fires began to spread in Northern California, the famous wine country has been devastated as the flames continue to threaten the areas around Napa and Sonoma. Many known Continue Reading

SEC Method Optimization using the Ph. Eur. for Insulin Fibrils

Insulin is a peptide hormone which plays a significant role in metabolism. In its monomer form, insulin can partially misfold, causing a cascade of non-native cross assembly of beta-pleated sheets Continue Reading