Research and Markets has announced the addition of Future Science Ltd's new report "Advances in Chromatography" to their offering.
This special focus issue, published in volume 4 issue 7, investigates advances in chromatography and bioanalysis including articles on new stationary phases, column technologies and the ongoing endeavors in this specialist research area.
Experts in the field from both academia and industry contributed to this special issue, which includes research articles, reviews and an editorial.
In the issue's lead editorial, Eric Rozet and colleagues from the University of Liège, Belgium, and the University of Geneva, Switzerland, discuss the new methodology currently being investigated for the development of chromatographic methods in the bioanalytical arena.
The three reviews provide forward-think analyses of the advances in some of the most difficult problems in chromatography, including countercurrent chromatography for protein separations, column switching sample preparation and aqueous normal-phase chromatography with silica hydride stationary phases.
Two research articles from Kenneth Fountain and his co-workers at Waters Corporation provide the latest developments in hydrophilic interaction chromatography in the analysis of monoamine transmitters as well as ultra-sensitive techniques for the measurement of the steroid ethinylestradiol in human plasma.
The final primary paper is an industry-academia collaboration from Quotient Bioresearch and King's College London (UK) regarding the removal of plasma phospholipids, which are known to cause matrix effects, in sample preparation.