Tomorrow’s Quantitation Today

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In the past, quantitation was done by searching for and quantifying a list of known molecules. As the world changes, the compounds and products being analyzed are changing as well. Tomorrow’s quantitation leverages both qualitative and quantitative analysis.

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Seven Days in Science -26th May 2017

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Test your knowledge of what's been happening in the world of science this week.

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Achieving Analytical Data Standardization

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In this episode, we discuss data heterogeneity and the challenges we need to overcome to achieve true data standardization.

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Ice Formation Discovery May Improve Frozen Food Production
Ice Formation Discovery May Improve Frozen Food Production
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New study describes how surface texture can help or hinder formation of ice crystals.

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Enabling Animal-free Large Scale Toxicity Testing
Enabling Animal-free Large Scale Toxicity Testing
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New method enables to screening a large number of chemicals including environmental pollutants, cosmetics, food preservatives and drugs for potential toxicity.

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Fat Metabolism in Live Fish: Real-Time Lipid Biochemistry Observed
Fat Metabolism in Live Fish: Real-Time Lipid Biochemistry Observed
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Using an HPLC-CAD/fluorescence lipidomics platform researchers have visualized and measured lipids in real time as they are metabolized by living fish.

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Mandarin Hybrid Resists Citrus Greening Disease
Mandarin Hybrid Resists Citrus Greening Disease
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GC-MS finds metabolites responsible for the fruit's ability to fend off greening.

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Traffic-Related Air Pollution Linked to DNA Damage in Children
Traffic-Related Air Pollution Linked to DNA Damage in Children
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Study shows telomere shortening in youth with higher pollution exposure.

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Chance of Colon Cancer Recurrence Nearly Cut in Half in People Who Eat Nuts
Chance of Colon Cancer Recurrence Nearly Cut in Half in People Who Eat Nuts
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An observational study of 826 patients with stage III colon cancer showed that those who consumed two ounces or more of nuts per week had a 42% lower chance of cancer recurrence and 57% lower chance of death than those who did not eat nuts.

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