This Webinar was originally presented November 9, 2023 on LabRoots.com
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to address your lab’s purification pain-points with methods and instrumentation to maximize your budget, time and increase overall efficiency. During this session you will discover:
How to select the ideal purification solution for your lab’s specific needs
How to optimize your purification workflow daily, to automate compound ID and fraction confirmation – using simple, prep free tools
How your cell phone can be used for automated method development
How column selection factors in to your workflow, and why exploring what is best for your method matters
In this application note, we use whey protein isolate and two casein macro peptides as an example to demonstrate the isolation and purification of bioactive peptide components with a system comprised of a puriFlash® 5.250 prepLC coupled online to an expression® CMS detector.
The expression® CMS (Compact Mass Spectrometer) is the ideal instrument for the teaching lab thanks to its small size, ease of use, and one-click software. This pocket guide of classroom experiments offers students the ability to gain hands-on instrument experience by eliminating complex and difficult sample preparation.
In this application note, we demonstrate a complete solution for the synthesis, purification, and quantitation of Gd(III)-DOTA, an ionic imaging contrast agent with better chemical stability and lower toxicity compared to the currently used Gd-(DTPA).
Iohexol is a widely used non-ionic imaging agent that improves contrast for x–ray analysis. Its low osmolality allows for a rapid clearance via the kidney, preventing reabsorption and further metabolization. This makes iohexol a compound with a better safety profile compared to other imaging agents.
In this application note, a simple and accurate HPLC-CMS method for iohexol analysis is introduced.
Recorded February 2, 2023: LIVE Location, the 2023 European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry
Janez Ilaš, Ph. D., Professor, University of Ljubljana
Fadi Abou-Shakra, Director of Advion Interchim Scientific® ICP-MS Portfolio
Join Advion Interchim Scientific® with guest speaker from the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Pharmacy, to learn more about a new novel sample introduction method for ICP-MS utilizing direct analysis via microextraction. First you will learn microextraction methods with the Plate Express TLC Plate/microextraction reader coupled to the single-quadrupole expression® Compact Mass Spectrometer (CMS). After understanding the basics of the platform, you will learn more about how this technology was reimagined to suit the SOLATION® ICP-MS for a rapid method to determine isotopic analysis faster and easier than ever before.
Maximize your analytical spectroscopy workflow in pharmaceutical applications—even with limited space at the bench. This session features innovative solutions for streamlining everyday needs in the lab, including reaction monitoring utilizing fast, prep-free sample introduction techniques for answers in seconds. You will also learn the latest technology in heavy metal analysis, as well as purification tools to maximize your scale-up efforts.
As a viewer, you will learn more about:
How to obtain direct mass analysis from TLC plates in seconds
Prep-free mass sampling techniques such as a direct analysis probe
How heavy metal analysis technology has improved for maximum use in the pharmaceutical lab
How scale-up needs can be met with the latest purification technologies
In this application note, we show how Cyanidin-3-glucoside can be extracted from black rice and purified with a prepLC/Flash system. The amount and purity of Cyanidin-3-glucoside was measured utilizing a certified reference standard.
In this application note, a method to separate and purify green tea catechins with preparative liquid chromatography (Prep-LC) using the puriFlash® 5.250 system is demonstrated. An additional HPLC-UV-MS method is also demonstrated for compound confirmation and purity analysis.