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Behind the Science, S2 Ep4: Amino acid analysis with Tom Wheat

Video   Jul 15, 2017

 

Amino acid analysis (AAA) is used to determine the amino acid
composition of protein/peptide hydrolysates, cell cultures, and many
types of food analysis. One of the analytical techniques applied is
precolumn derivatization followed by reversed-phase chromatography. Meet
the maestro who has combined the right analytical technologies into the
perfect orchestra for AAA: Dr. Thomas Wheat. He shows our host, Jen
Fournier, his methodical approach to AAA derivatization, chromatographic
separation, detection, and data review. It's a turnkey and tested
solution that today is an industry standard for AAA analysis. Learn
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