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High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) - Articles and news items

Agilent Technologies introduces InfinityLab liquid chromatography instruments, columns and supplies

Featured news  •  11 May 2016  •  Agilent Technologies Inc.

Agilent Technologies Inc. today introduced InfinityLab, a product family of liquid chromatography instruments, columns and supplies…

Detecting saffron fraud using chemical fingerprints

Industry news  •  21 January 2016  •  Victoria White

Using a new technique, researchers have confirmed that the majority of saffron, labelled and exported as being from Spain, actually originates from other countries…

Using LC-MS to study the fate of food ingredients in the human body

Issue 2 2010  •  12 May 2010  •  Christian H. Grün & Hans-Gerd Janssen, Unilever Research and Development, Advanced Measurement & Data Modelling

The human body is designed for effectively extracting nutrients from the food we eat. The nutrients provide the body with energy, but in addition, they also provide the building blocks for cell growth. More recently, it has also been realised that specific food ingredients can be associated with a direct stimulating effect on our health. Examples are the multiple unsaturated fatty acids and plant sterols which actively reduce blood cholesterol levels. Others are flavonoids; natural antioxidants found at large quantities in tea, red wine, cocoa, fruits and vegetables. For example, a diet rich in flavonoids is associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. In particular, consumption of tea, grape (juice), and red wine has been shown to improve markers of vascular function.

New Food Digital Issue 3 2010

Past issues  •  7 May 2010  •  

In this issue: Simultaneous determination of regulatory mycotoxins using immunoaffinity columns in conjuction with either HPLC or LC-MS/MS, Preparing for the R22 refrigerants ban – Ozone Depleting Substances Regulation: HCFC (R22) phase-out

Neogen develops immunoaffinity column for deoxynivalenol

Featured news  •  11 July 2009  •  Neogen Europe

Neogen Europe Ltd. announced the introduction of a new immunoaffinity column for the analysis of deoxynivalenol (DON, vomitoxin) in a range of foods by high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), ELISA, GC-MS and other analytical methods.


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