high-performance liquid chromatography

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high-performance liquid chromatography

[¦hī pər′fȯrm·əns ‚lik·wəd ‚krō·mə′täg·rə·fē]
(analytical chemistry)
A type of column chromatography in which the solvent is conveyed through the column under pressure. Abbreviated HPLC.
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The diagnostic method of this invention comprises: detection by means of the high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) technique of the Ap4A molecule, for the purposes of the calculation of which use will be made of a standard sample of Ap4A of commercial origin and of known concentration; and the use of a luminometric method for the detection and quantification of the Ap4A dinucleotide by means of the use of luciferin luciferase.
The food diagnostic systems include hybridization-based systems such as PCR, gene amplifiers, microarrays, and sequencers; chromatography-based systems such as gas chromatography (GC), liquid chromatography (LC), and high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC); spectrometry-based systems such as mass spectrometry (MS); biosensors; immunoassay-based systems such as ELISA; and test kits.
Comparison of Sebia capillarys & capillary electrophoresis with the Primus high-pressure liquid chromatography in the evaluation of hemoglobinopathies.
Postmortem femoral blood samples were analyzed for NSAIDs using high-pressure liquid chromatography, and specimens of gastric and duodenal mucosa were examined for coexisting pathologic conditions.
Using high-pressure liquid chromatography, USDA-ARS researchers examined the phenolic compounds in leaf, flavedo, albedo and juice vesicle tissues of 35 species of citrus (Rutaceae).
High-pressure liquid chromatography confirms that more than 90% of the starting glucose ends up as succinate.
For the first time, high-pressure liquid chromatography makes it possible to separate aroma and flavoring substances from solutions while performing simultaneous sensory evaluations.
The concentrated supernatant was then analyzed for total carbohydrate, phosphorous, protein, glucose, and hexosamine by chemical methods and by high-pressure liquid chromatography.
Plasma concentrations of enrofloxacin and its metabolite eiprofloxacin were measured via high-pressure liquid chromatography with mass spectrometry.
Using high-pressure liquid chromatography and cell culture techniques, Kitts is bringing together analytical quantitative composition information to blend with specific biological responses.
The Model 800 ELSD is used in conjunction with high-pressure liquid chromatography instrument systems to carry out chemical analysis.

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