Comprehensive Sample Preparation Guide for Improved Chromatographic Analysis
Jun 09 2015 Read 722 Times
Phenomenex Inc announces the publication of a new sample preparation guide and selection tool to help scientists produce cleaner samples for more efficient chromatographic analysis. The use of sample preparation has been on the increase in recent years as analysts recognise that it produces better results while delivering cost savings and reducing wear and tear on LC, GC and MS instruments. The new 50-page guide is available to download at www.phenomenex.com/SPguide or researchers may request the print version.
The new guide includes useful tools and resources to help select the most appropriate technique for any sample type. It also provides specific product recommendations, general methods and protocols for easy method development. A handy selection tool is also available for quick reference. Phenomenex offers a complete range of sample preparation techniques including filtration, protein precipitation, QuEChERS, phospholipid removal, simplified liquid extraction (SPE) and solid phase extraction (SPE). Sample preparation techniques can be tailored for many matrices and are used in a variety of industries including forensics, environmental analysis, food quality and safety and clinical and pharmaceutical research.
“Phenomenex is rapidly expanding our sample preparation portfolio with new technologies, format options and improvements that makes it easier to effectively prepare samples prior to chromatographic analysis,” commented Allen Misa, brand manager for Phenomenex. “We also have an excellent dedicated sample preparation support team to assist users with specific challenges and questions.”
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