In this editorial Isabelle Kohler (Leiden University, The Netherlands) explores the future of chromatography in bioanalysis. Is chromatography still a necessity in the face of developments in other analytical technologies?
To get a better understanding of the bioanalytical applications of chromatography we interviewed Makoto Tsunoda (University of Tokyo, Japan). Makoto described his research developing analytical methods to quantify endogenous compounds in a range of complex matrices.
In this presentation, Steve Kleiboeker (Viracor Eurofins; MO, USA) discusses CMV diagnostic testing; in particular the CMV T-cell immunity panel, which can help physicians predict which patients are at risk and be prepared to work with the patients pre-emptively before they develop the disease.
We talked to Joseph Pesek (Professor Emeritus, San José State University, CA, USA) about his research developing novel stationary phases. Joe told us what which stationary phases he’s excited to see develop and gave us some tips for best practice.
In this article we explain what chromatography is, how it works, and the basic principles of different types, including liquid and gas.
We want to know what you think – kick start this Spotlight feature by completing our short survey on the use of chromatographic separation technologies in bioanalysis today!
2019 White Paper on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis: chromatographic assays (Part 1 – innovation in small molecules and oligonucleotides & mass spectrometric method development strategies for large molecule bioanalysis)
Part one of the White Paper published in Bioanalysis from the 2019 13th Workshop on Recent Issues in Bioanalysis (WRIB) covers the use of chromatographic assays in bioanalysis.
In this Spotlight we will explore chromatographic separation technologies, the comparative advantages and disadvantages of different types and the history and developments with this powerful analytical technique.
In this editorial Steven Ray Wilson, Professor and Head of Education at the Department of Chemistry (University of Oslo, Norway), discusses the colorful history of analytical chemistry and its Nobel laureates.
As part of our Spotlight on HRMS in DMPK, we carried out a survey to gain an insight into the trends, challenges and developments associated with using HRMS for DMPK studies. We would like to thank everyone who was able to share their thoughts by taking part in the survey – you can see the results below in our infographic.