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Ascentis® Express RP-Amide Columns for HPLC and UHPLC
Improve your separation of basic compounds with our Ascentis® Express RP-Amide HPLC columns from the Supelco® portfolio.
Two Distinct Sample Prep Approaches to Overcome Matrix Effect in LC/MS of Serum or Plasma Samples
This article highlights the impact that sample matrix effects can have on LC/MS response and discusses two novel approaches to reduce it.
Improvement in LC/MS Analysis of Vitamin D Metabolites in Serum by Leveraging Column Selectivity and Effective Sample Prep
Improvement in LC/MS Analysis of Vitamin D Metabolites in Serum by Leveraging Column Selectivity and Effective Sample Prep
Quick, Sensitive LC/MS/MS Analysis of Aflatoxins in Cannabis
Analyte recovery values from spiked cannabis extracts ranged from 102 to 127% with RSD below 12% for 3 replicates. Excellent recovery values were even observed for Aflatoxins B2 and G2 which were spiked at a low level of 6.1 ppb.
Rapid Analysis of Caffeinated Energy Drinks by HPLC on Ascentis Express
The sample complexity makes it important to use highly-efficient, highly-selective phases and columns that are compatible with different detection systems to maximize the information from HPLC experiments. Ascentis Express Fused-Core® columns meet these requirements.
Isotopically Labeled Steroid Standards
The use of anabolic steroids, such as testosterone, to enhance physical and athletic performance continues to plague competitive sports. Testing is routinely performed on Olympic athletes and Tour de France participants. Reports of baseball stars admitting to using
Chromolith® HPLC and UHPLC columns
Chromolith® HPLC and UHPLC columns are made from monolithic silica with a bimodal pore structure using sol-gel technology.
How to Extend Liquid Chromatography Column Life: Regenerate or Use Guard Columns
What is causing aging of a column? Is the regeneration/washing of the column a reasonable approach to extend the lifetime of a column? What are the risks & challenges? Learn more in this article.
Improved Recoveries and Lower Background for GC/MS/MS and LC/MS/MS Analysis of Pesticides in Green Tea
A procedure for cleanup of green tea extracts provides low background and allowed for the analysis of more pesticides at lower levels than QuEChERS. Uses less solvents and no toluene.
Bioanalytical Microsampling using Biocompatible SPME and Benefits over Dried Blood Spots
This study compares the use of SPME LC Tips to dried blood spots (DBS) in terms of extraction efficiency and detection limits of target analytes from whole blood.
Supel™-Select Polymeric SPE
Supel-Select HLB SPE - a hydrophilic modified styrene based polymer developed for the solid phase extraction of a broad range of compounds from aqueous samples.
HPLC Analysis of Active Cannabinoid Compounds in Gummy Bear Candy on Ascentis® Express Biphenyl with UV Detection after Extraction
Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid A solution, 1.0 mg/mL in acetonitrile, ampule of 1 mL, certified reference material.
Assay and Organic Impurity Profiling of Apixaban Using an Ascentis® Express C18 Column and UV Detection
Apixaban is sold under the tradename Eliquis and at present no pharmacopeial monographs are available for Axpixaban using either an assay and/or organic impurity profiling method. A newly developed and validated HPLC-UV method using a column with C18 solid core
Famciclovir Tablets USP Monograph Method Using a Purospher™ STAR RP-8 endcapped HPLC Column and UV Detection
Following the new USP monograph for Famciclovir Tablets, Purospher™ STAR RP-8 endcapped HPLC columns can be used to monitor organic impurities in Famciclovir tablet formulations. Famciclovir is an antiviral drug indicated for the treatment of herpes zoster, herpes simplex virus
Method Optimization for LC-MS Analysis of Vitamin D Metabolite Critical Pairs in Serum
Using HybridSPE-Phospholipid, Ascentis Express, and Other LC-MS Workflow Components
Synthetic Cannabinoid Analysis
A large variety of cannabinoid drug standards, along with an HPLC method with the Supelco Ascentis® Express RP-Amide column, are presented in this article.
USP HPLC Analysis of L-Methionine on Ascentis® Express OH5
Separation of L-Methionine, Pharmaceutical Secondary Standard; Certified Reference Material
Isolation and LC-MS Characterization of Illicit Bath Salts in Urine
The combination of ion-exchange SPE with the HILIC HPLC separation provides a novel approach for the testing of problematic bath salt compounds.
Supel-Select HLB SPE for Pharmaceutical Analysis
Select HLB SPE is a hydrophilic polymer phase for analyte extraction from aqueous matrices. Here it’s used for statins in plasma and 48 pharmaceutical analytes in drinking water.
HPLC Separation of Fluorinated Pharmaceutical Compounds on Supelco Ascentis Columns
Fluorinated compounds possess distinct characteristics that confer desirable physico-chemical properties compared to their non-fl uorinated analogs. Their abundance in pharmaceuticals, chemicals, consumer products and as environmental pollutants dictates the need for a reliable analytical method. Ascentis HPLC columns, by virtue
Bioanalysis with SPME
Biocompatible SPME devices employ C18 bonded porous silica sorbent particles, in a binder which resists fouling by biological matrix components
Class-Selective Enantiomeric Separation of beta-Blockers and beta-Agonists using CHIROBIOTIC T Stationary Phase
Understanding the role of chirality in pharmacology became extremely important following the tragedy of thalidomide use in the 1960s. At that time the effect of chirality was poorly understood, and whilst it was discovered that the sedative effect resided in
Milli-Q® Advantage A10 for Water Purification
It's intelligent. It's intuitive. It's designed to make your work as pleasant and comfortable as possible — and to maximize lab productivity. Its breakthrough ergonomic design and powerful purification media ensure consistent production of superior-quality ultrapure water. See how the
LC/MS/MS Analysis of Vitamin D Metabolites on Ascentis® Express F5
This application shows an Ascentis Express F5 provided rapid resolution of the isobaric vitamin D metabolites. MS detection provides the necessary secondary resolution.
HPLC Analysis of Proteins by Cation Exchange on Proteomix® WCX-NP5: Affect of pH
Separation of Ribonuclease A from bovine pancreas, Type I-A, powder, ≥60% RNase A basis (SDS-PAGE), ≥50 Kunitz units/mg protein; α-Chymotrypsinogen A from bovine pancreas, essentially salt-free, lyophilized powder; Cytochrome c from bovine heart, ≥95% based on Mol. Wt. 12,327 basis;
UHPLC Analysis of Conjugated Estrogens on Ascentis ® Express C18
Separation of Estriol 3-(β-D-glucuronide) sodium salt; β-Estradiol 3-(β-D-glucuronide) 17-sulfate dipotassium salt; Estriol 3-sulfate sodium salt; β-Estradiol 3,17-disulfate dipotassium salt, ≥95%; β-Estradiol 17-(β-D-glucuronide) sodium salt; β-Estradiol 3-(β-D-glucuronide) sodium salt; Estrone 3-(β-D-glucuronide) sodium salt; β-Estradiol 3-sulfate sodium salt, ≥93%; Estriol, ≥97%; Estrone
Improved Analysis of Simple Sugars Using apHera™ NH2 HPLC Columns
The apHera NH2 polymeric column is an excellent choice for the separation of closely-related polar analytes such as simple sugars using HILIC chromatography.
Determination of Sucralose in Soy Sauce using HPLC-ELSD following the Chinese National Standard (GB) Method
The most frequently used synthetic sweeteners are: saccharin, cyclamate, aspartame, and sucralose (E955), and this application illustrate the analysis of sucralose from soy sauce following the current Chinese national standard method.
BIOshell™ Glycan U/HPLC Columns
The BIOshell™ Glycan column is ideal for the separation and quantitation of isolated glycans using the HILIC method for accurate glycoprotein analysis.
Biogenic Amine Transporters
These distinct transporters, NET, DAT and SERT, respectively, are of particular clinical interest because they are the molecular targets for many antidepressants as well as drugs of abuse, such as cocaine and the amphetamines.
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