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Pores for peptides: The world’s smallest mass spectrometer

Date: Mar 18, 2019

Author: Jon Evans

By using nanopores to determine the mass of various peptides, a team of scientists from Belgium and the Netherlands has produced the smallest mass spectrometer in the world.

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Journal Highlight: Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry is effective for analysis of ergosterol in fungus infected nails

Date: Mar 11, 2019

Author: separationsNOW

Chinese scientists have developed a mass spectrometer test to check for the presence of ergosterol in fungus-infected nails.

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Journal Highlight: Capsaicinoids in chili habanero by flow injection with coulometric array detection

Date: Mar 4, 2019

Author: separationsNOW

Scientists from Mexico and Italy have shown that combining a coulometric detector with high performance liquid chromatography offers a quick and efficient way to investigate capsaicinoids in chili extracts.

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Labeled a poison: Detecting formaldehyde in single cells

Date: Feb 18, 2019

Author: Jon Evans

By finding a compound that fluoresces when it binds with formaldehyde, Chinese chemists have managed to develop a capillary electrophoresis method for detecting formaldehyde in single cells.

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Journal Highlight: Carbon nanotube‐phenolic resin composite electrode fabricated by far infrared‐assisted crosslinking for enhanced amperometric detection

Date: Feb 11, 2019

Author: separationsNOW

Chinese scientists produced a composite of carbon nanotubes and phenolic resin by far infrared‐assisted crosslinking, and then used this composite to conduct amperometric detection after capillary electrophoresis.

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Journal Highlight: Rapid and inexpensive method for the simple fabrication of PDMS‐based electrochemical sensors for detection in microfluidic devices

Date: Feb 4, 2019

Author: separationsNOW

Chemists in Brazil have developed a simple way to create electrophoresis microchips with electrochemical sensors using pencil graphite leads.

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Healthy living with bees: Investigating the antioxidant properties of honey and pollen

Date: Jan 21, 2019

Author: Jon Evans

Chemists from Portugal and Algeria have come up with a quick and easy analytical process, comprising several comparatively simple analytical techniques, for investigating in detail the antioxidant properties of bee products.

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Journal Highlight: Investigation of the chemical structure and formation mechanism of polydopamine from self‐assembly of dopamine by LC-MS coupled with isotope‐labelling techniques

Date: Jan 14, 2019

Author: separationsNOW

A chemist in Hong Kong used liquid chromatography with various spectrophotometric and mass spectrometric techniques to study the self-assembly of dopamine into polydopamine.

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Journal Highlight: CE‐based approaches for the study of affinity interactions combined with various sensitive and non‐traditional detection techniques

Date: Jan 9, 2019

Author: separationsNOW

This review looks at the benefits of coupling capillary electrophoresis with fluorescence-based detection, mass spectrometry and several non‐traditional detection techniques for studying the interactions between different biomolecules.

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Better by design: Making contact with conductivity detectors

Date: Dec 17, 2018

Author: Jon Evans

Looking to overcome a major limitation of contactless conductivity detection, scientists in the US have tested five different designs for conductivity detectors with electodes in direct contact with an ion chromatography eluent.

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