Featured Laboratory Articles & Applications

  1. To Filter Or Not To Filter In HPLC? Now, That’s A Question.

    How do you use filtration in HPLC? Why might you not use filtration in HPLC sample prep and in-system, and when is it essential? And how can syringeless filters simplify your workflow, saving resources and time? Let’s find out.

  2. Avoid Pitfalls In HPLC Sample Prep Part 2 – UV Analysis

    The quality and resolution of UV chromatogram data can provide users with feedback to help them achieve and maintain high-quality HPLC data.

  3. Avoid Pitfalls In HPLC Sample Prep Part 1

    Recognizing visible signs of in-system issues can identify potential problems and determine solutions that extend the usable lifetime of a column. Maximizing column lifetime has benefits in data quality, cost, and in reducing downtime.

  4. Regenerated Cellulose In HPLC Filters

    Broad compatibility increases lab consistency.

  5. Effective Yeast And CO2 Removal For Beer QC

    This article explains how maximizing the effectiveness of CO2 and yeast removal will assist in improving accuracy in total acidity measurements at every stage of the brewing process.

  6. Whatman Paper Filtration 101 – Part 1: Introduction

    Choosing the right filter paper helps make filtration more efficient, but how do your workflow and the nature of your samples affect filter paper selection?

  7. The Impact Of PM2.5 Beyond Respiratory Health

    Although it is still challenging to gauge the full extent of the consequences of air pollution, governments around the world are starting to recognize the seriousness of this problem, introducing measures to curb pollution. However, considerable progress is still needed, and PM2.5 particles (those ≤2.5 µm) are of particular concern, not just in respiratory health but in a wider context.

  8. Using Flow Sensors As Diagnostic Tools In Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

    Investigating the source of this consumption increase early on and correcting the problem will improve the performance and uptime of all automated plant equipment.

  9. Better Biotherapeutic Characterization For Improved Quality Control

    Critical quality attributes (CQA) are fundamental to regulatory compliance and typically include data on how the candidate interacts with target proteins, size, and purity. In addition, information on process related CQA such as protein integrity, homogeneity, presence of host cell proteins, and DNA is required. This poster booklet provides a snapshot on how different analytical technologies have been used to look into aspects related to the efficacy, stability, and safety of therapeutic candidates.

  10. Transferring And Validating Your Lab-Based Test Onto A Lateral Flow Device

    Important considerations to help you successfully transfer and validate your assay and avoid surprises down the line.