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Liquid Chromatography – News and Features

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Common Polymer Found in Cosmetics Could Reduce Drug Effectiveness

A study of 500 health people has found that antibodies can develop against polyethylene glycol (PEG), a substance used in cosmetics, food and medicine, which might hinder the effectiveness of drugs.
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Flowmeter Software Driver for Chromatography Data Systems

TESTA Analytical announce a powerful new software driver that allows control and collection of data from any of its AB-4XXXX Series liquid flowmeters using a chromatography data system.
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Popular Herbicide Ingredient Linked to Chronic Kidney Disease Epidemic in Sri Lanka

The active ingredient in Roundup, the world’s most popular herbicide, may play a role in the epidemic levels of chronic kidney disease seen in rural Sri Lanka, a new study suggests.
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Article

Advances in Biopharmaceutical Analysis

Biopharmaceuticals require careful analysis during research, development and manufacturing. In this article, we highlight some of the analytical techniques employed in biopharmaceutical analysis, and how the field is evolving to meet new challenges.
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There Is Much To Improve in Identifying All the Chemicals Around Us

Non-targeted analysis (NTA) is an emerging field of analytical science that aims to identify all chemicals around us. According to a meta-analysis of NTA results published over the past six years, it is estimated that less than 2% of all chemicals have been identified.
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Industry Insight

What Does Sustainability Accreditation Really Mean for Scientific Companies?

With growing sustainability demands, companies are looking for ways to demonstrate their green credentials. We spoke to Dr. Michael Frank to find out what ACT accreditation means for a company and why he thinks schemes like this are so important.
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Article

An Introduction to Capillary Electrophoresis: Theory, Practice and Applications

Capillary electrophoresis is a powerful separation and analysis technique that offers quick and efficient results. In this article, we explore how it works, variations on the technique and their applications.
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Breast Milk Proteins Essential for Healthy Guts in Babies

Researchers have shown that high concentrations of key proteins in human breast milk are associated with a greater abundance of two species of bacteria in the gut of babies known to be beneficial for human health.
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Industry Insight

Global Sustainability: Lab Goals, Actions and Measuring Success

Scientists around the world are increasingly aware of the environmental footprint of their laboratories, and many are adjusting the way they work day-to-day to offset this impact. In this Industry Insights interview, Agilent's Dr. Michael Frank discusses the safety and efficiency considerations that are fundamentally linked to sustainability and considers why more labs aren’t utilizing consulting services to help them achieve their sustainability goals.
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Glycosylation Patterns Could Help To Diagnose Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Differing glycosylation patterns on immunoglobulin A between Chron's disease and ulcerative colitis could help lead to the development of a non-invasive diagnostic test.
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