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22 January 2015 | By GE Healthcare
The precision of data from surface plasmon resonance (SPR)-based analyses, and the confidence with which results can be interpreted, is strongly coupled to the sensitivity of the SPR sensor. Biacore™ T200 system from GE Healthcare offers excellent sensitivity that enables detection of the lowest molecular-weight interactions and accurate measurements at…
22 January 2015 | By Thermo Fisher Scientific
Ultra high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) provides improved separation speed, throughput, and sensitivity by employing stationary phase particles of around 2μm or smaller.
13 January 2015 | By Genedata
With recent improvements in automation and liquid handling, compound combination experiments can be executed at higher throughput than ever before. However, software tools have not kept up with this increase and often still require either a manual, percombination workflow or cover just the synergy calculation without the necessary pre-processing steps.…
12 January 2015 | By Ocean Optics
A range of options is available for Raman analysis, including systems suitable for handheld, laboratory and educational applications. Systems typically include a spectrometer, laser, operating software and sampling accessories, while modular options are available for users to configure their own Raman systems. Setups are available for various wavelength ranges and…
9 January 2015 | By Gilson Europe
The blackcurrant is the edible berry of a shrub, which usually grows to 1-2 meters and can be found in Northern/Central Europe and Asia.
App Note: Controlled supersaturation experiments to check the time that additives keep drugs in solution
8 January 2015 | By Sirius Analytical Instruments Ltd
Controlled Supersaturation experiments provide a way to create supersaturated solutions which can then be monitored to determine the precipitation rate and the time when precipitation starts. This is illustrated using bifonazole, a basic drug with pKa of 6.0.
23 December 2014 | By Hyglos
A comparison study using two different Kinetic Chromogenic Limulus Amebocyte Lysate (LAL) Assays and three different Endpoint Fluorescent Recombinant Horseshoe Crab Factor C (rFC) Assays...
Technical Sheet: Charles River Accugenix® MALDI-TOF enhancements for bacterial identifications enable improved root cause analysis
30 October 2014 | By Charles River
Library coverage is often a topic of discussion for microbiologists wanting to know what the impact or relevancy of the Charles River Accugenix® library databases is on the identification of environmental, EM or industrial microorganisms.
Whitepaper: Chemical characterisation of diverse pharmaceutical samples by Confocal Raman Microscopy
1 October 2014 | By WItec GmbH
Confocal Raman Microscopy (CRM) is extremely useful for drug substance design, for patent infringement and counterfeit analysis.
1 September 2014 | By B&W Tek
As we see increased adoption of Raman Spectroscopy as the technique of choice for the rapid identification of materials, our guidelines tell you what you need to know...
16 June 2014 | By Beckman Coulter
The Vi-CELL XR is an automated cell counting and viability analyzer that uses the trypan blue dye exclusion method...
App Note: Benefits of library and identification method transfer capabilities using hand-held Raman spectrometers
30 May 2014 | By B&W Tek
Identification of materials using spectral libraries and other multivariate identification methods on hand-held Raman spectrometers has allowed for rapid non-destructive analysis and easy interpretation of results for non-technical users...
1 May 2014 | By Metrohm
This free-to-view Application Note shows the possibility to apply near-infrared spectral information for monitoring the pharmaceutical mixing process...
8 April 2014 | By Sigma Aldrich
Alongside established drug target classes, innovative approaches are addressing previously undruggable target classes such as protein–protein interactions.