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Application Notes

 
Determination of Phytic Acid in Soybeans and Black Sesame Seeds
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Phytic acid is a good metal chelator, it is believed to have a negative nutritional impact on strongly chelating metals necessary for good health and could prevent their absorption by the intestine. For this reason and because phytic acid is thought to have a positive dietary impact as an antioxidant to prevent carcinogenesis, determining the phytic acid content of foods is of interest.

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HPLC Analysis of Six Active Components of Caulis Lonicerae Using a Phenyl-1 Column
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Caulis Lonicerae the dried rattan of Lonicera japonica, is an important traditional Chinese medicine used for the treatment of such ailments as acute fever, headache, respiratory infection and epidermic diseases. The Pharmacopoeia of the People’s Republic of China quality control protocols for Caulis Lonicerae are inconvenient and inadequate.

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Mogroside V Determination by HPLC with Charged Aerosol and UV Detections
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Luo han kuo fruit has long been used in traditional Asian medicine. Recently cucurbitane-type and other triterpene glycosides have been isolated from the fruit and investigated for numerous potential health benefits such as antioxidant activity, anticancer and antihyperglycemic effects. Many of these compounds are intensely sweet and therefore have also been investigated as sugar substitutes and flavor enhancers.

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Measuring Lactose in Milk: A Validated Method
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Measurement of lactose, the major carbohydrate in milk, is important because it contributes to the sensory and functional properties of milk and has economic value since the price of milk is based on milk solids content. The lactose content of cow's milk can vary from 3.8–5.3% with modern 1% and 2% milk products having higher levels of lactose. The AOAC Official Method for determination of lactose in milk is both complex and time consuming.

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Determination of Trace Sodium in Cranberry Powder
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The number of consumers taking dietary supplements has increased significantly within the past decade. In 2010, dietary supplements grew about 4.5% to reach a total sales of nearly $28 billion. Therefore, the quality and safety of these products is critical and must be verified and maintained.

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Determination of Mono-, Di-, and Triphosphates and Citrate in Shrimp by Ion Chromatography
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Thermo Fisher Scientific

Polyphosphates are legally added to some food products such as meat, fish, and seafood. In the seafood industry, polyphosphates are used in both fresh and frozen products to increase their water-binding capacity. Polyphosphates are legal, but some countries require that polyphosphate usage be declared and may also limit the amount that can be added.

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HPLC Separation of All-Trans-ß-Carotene and Its Iodine-Induced Isomers Using a C30 Column
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Many therapeutic functions have been ascribed to carotenoids, though the recognized role of ß-carotene is as the main dietary source of vitamin A. Recently, protective effects of carotenoids against serious disorders such as cancer, heart disease and degenerative eye disease have been recognized.

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Automated High Throughput Functional Cell-based Bioassays for EGFR Blocking Antibodies
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This study describes a novel, target-specific, cell-based assay platform that can be used to detect and differentiate potential inhibitors of Epidermal Growth Factor receptors.

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Automated Online Card Extraction LC/MS System for the Determination of Clozapine and its Metabolites in Rat Blood
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Agilent Technologies Inc.

This application note describes the development and validation of a method on the AACE LC/MS system for the online analysis of DBS cards for the quantitation of clozapine and two of its metabolites in rat whole blood.

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Micro-Volume Purity Assessment of Nucleic Acids using A260/A280 Ratio and Spectral Scanning
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BioTek Instruments Inc.

The spectrophotometric ratio of absorbance measurements at 260 nm and 280 nm provides a rapid indication of protein contamination in nucleic acid isolates and less commonly, nucleic acid contamination in protein isolates. UV-Vis scanning can also identify contamination from chemical additives used in the isolation procedure. This application note assesses the capability in micro-volume analysis using the BioTek Take3™ microplate accessory.

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