β-Gone β-Glucuronidase Removal FAQs

β-Gone β-Glucuronidase Removal 96-well plates and tubes are designed to target and remove β-glucuronidase from hydrolyzed urine samples without requiring additional time or method development. In a single step and in less than 1 minute, your hydrolyzed samples are ready for analysis.

Recap: SoCal Dietary Supplements Chromatography Forum

Last month, Phenomenex hosted the SoCal Dietary Supplements Chromatography Forum—an all-day assembly co-sponsored by Alkemist Laboratories and US Pharmacopeia (USP) to discuss “the need and approach to modernizing USP dietary supplement monographs,” particularly those based upon chromatography.

Beta-Glucuronidase Removal: Urine the Right Place

Whether it be for a job interview or medical diagnosis, most of us have found ourselves in the vulnerable position of peeing into a cup. And though it may feel invasive or embarrassing, urine tests are remarkably helpful to doctors, courts, and hiring managers alike.

Technical Tip: Peak Apex Flattening

Peak shape issues at the apex of a peak are typically related to detector saturation. This symptom can be observed as flattening and/or noise at the peak apex.

Technical Tip: Split Peaks

Scientists aren’t perfect. Nobody is. In our Technical Tips, we can solve your most debilitating issues—from mechanics to methodology—together.

Technical Note Spotlight: Analyzing Metabolites of Synthetic Cannabinoids

In this Technical Note, a new targeted metabolomic approach is described for assessing human synthetic cannabinoid exposure and pharmacology in blood and urine samples.

Ghost Peaks Technical Tip: (BOO!) How to Spot Them & Scare Them Away

ghost peaks technical tip

  Peaks in your chromatogram not attributed to the sample injected are commonly referred to as ghost peaks. Several problems can be the cause of ghost peaks manifesting, including: Late Continue Reading