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Nutty ion-exchange behavior: Why doesn’t phytate elute when it should?

Date: May 11, 2015

Author: Jon Evans

The discovery that the phosphorus-storage molecule phytate elutes strangely in ion-exchange chromatography could help improve the separation of highly-charged analytes.

Read More thumbnail image: Nutty ion-exchange behavior Why doesnt phytate elute when it should

Journal Highlight: Hierarchical CaCO3 chromatography: A stationary phase based on biominerals

Date: Apr 27, 2015

Author: separationsNOW

Japanese chemists have developed a novel chromatography stationary phase for separating acidic small organic molecules, which is made from biominerals derived from scallop and sea snail shells and starfish skeletons.

Read More thumbnail image: Journal Highlight Hierarchical CaCO3 chromatography A stationary phase based on biominerals

Tackling rugby with SCX: Analysing the biochemical effects of high-intensity impacts

Date: Apr 13, 2015

Author: Jon Evans

Researchers from New Zealand have used strong cation-exchange chromatography to investigate how muscle damage from impacts contributes to oxidative stress in rugby players.

Read More thumbnail image: Tackling rugby with SCX Analysing the biochemical effects of high-intensity impacts

Journal Highlight: Phenotypic selection on nectar amino acid composition in the Lepidoptera pollinated orchid species Gymnadenia conopsea

Date: Apr 8, 2015

Author: separationsNOW

Belgian scientists have used high-performance anion-exchange chromatography to characterize the sugar and amino acid composition of floral nectar in the orchid Gymnadenia conopsea, which is almost exclusively pollinated by moths.

Read More thumbnail image: Journal Highlight Phenotypic selection on nectar amino acid composition in the Lepidoptera pollinated orchid species Gymnadenia conopsea

Journal Highlight: Serial coupling of IEC and SEC to determine aggregation levels in mAbs in the presence of a proteinaceous excipient

Date: Mar 23, 2015

Author: separationsNOW

Researchers in the UK and Denmark have investigated the feasibility of serially coupling anion exchange and size exclusion columns to determine the aggregation levels of monoclonal antibodies mixed with a proteinaceous excipient.

Read More thumbnail image: Journal Highlight Serial coupling of IEC and SEC to determine aggregation levels in mAbs in the presence of a proteinaceous excipient

Duck on the menu: Finding antioxidant peptides in duck meat

Date: Mar 9, 2015

Author: Jon Evans

Chinese scientists have used a range of different separation techniques, including ion-exchange chromatography, to reveal that duck meat is a rich source of antioxidants.

Read More thumbnail image: Duck on the menu Finding antioxidant peptides in duck meat

Journal Highlight: One-step refolding and purification of recombinant human tumor necrosis factor-α (rhTNF-α) using IEC

Date: Mar 2, 2015

Author: separationsNOW

Chinese scientists have shown how ion exchange chromatography can simultaneously refold and purify therapeutic proteins such as recombinant human tumor necrosis factor.

Read More thumbnail image: Journal Highlight One-step refolding and purification of recombinant human tumor necrosis factor- rhTNF- using IEC

Journal Highlight: A study on arsenic speciation in Korean oyster samples using ion chromatography ICP-MS

Date: Feb 23, 2015

Author: separationsNOW

Korean chemists have used ion chromatography and inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometry to determine the different arsenic species in oysters.

Read More thumbnail image: Journal Highlight A study on arsenic speciation in Korean oyster samples using ion chromatography ICP-MS

Safe enough to drink: Detecting disinfection by-products in drinking water

Date: Feb 9, 2015

Author: Jon Evans

By conducting two dimensional ion chromatography with a conventional column and a capillary column, two chemists from Singapore have developed a quick and sensitive method for detecting toxic by-products of water disinfection.

Read More thumbnail image: Safe enough to drink Detecting disinfection by-products in drinking water

Journal Highlight: A novel ribonuclease with HIV-1 reverse transcriptase inhibitory activity purified from the fungus Ramaria formosa

Date: Feb 2, 2015

Author: separationsNOW

By conducting ion-exchange chromatography with various different columns, Chinese scientists were able to isolate a ribonuclease from dried fruiting bodies of the coral fungus Ramaria formosa.

Read More thumbnail image: Journal Highlight A novel ribonuclease with HIV-1 reverse transcriptase inhibitory activity purified from the fungus Ramaria formosa
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