India’s National Institute of Nutrition Buys Dionex Systems for Food Characterisation
Dionex has announced that India’s National Institute of Nutrition, located in Hyderabad, India, has purchased 8 Dionex Rapid Separation Liquid Chromatography (RSLC) systems for the analysis of amino acids and carotenoids in food derived from different regions of India. The UltiMate® 3000 RSLC system provides fast, highresolution LC separations using high flow rates for increased throughput. Its unique combination of extensive pressure range, high flow rates, and fast data collection facilitates high peak capacity in the shortest run times. The system is ideal for high speed and high resolution chromatography. The National Institute of Nutrition is the Government of India’s premier nutrition research institute with the mission to provide dedicated research that will enable food and nutrition security as described in the nutrition goals set by the Government of India.


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