Cannabis research is approaching a differentiation and maturation phase – where public and private efforts are yielding substantial growth for the medicinal cannabis field.
Mass spectrometry is a highly sensitive technique, and accordingly, applications including trace analysis of complex mixtures require high purity water.
We detail some of the fundamentals of liquid chromatography and examine emerging trends and new products -- with special focus on nanoflow and chip-based technologies.
Poor quality data such as shifting retention times, loss of resolution, or ghost peaks could be an indication of contamination caused by lab water quality.
Antibodies and immunoreagents are used in a myriad of experimental contexts. Here we offer resources and a discussion on basics and applications.
Flow Cytometry is a quintessential method for cell characterization. Here we briefly review principles, applications, and a few new instrument platforms.
The continuous flow reactor development phase requires high performance syringe pumps to deliver precision volume, pressure, and temperature control.
With the new year comes the promise of greater MS performance, more powerful analysis solutions, and a broader scope of interrogation than previously seen.
We review popular technologies and the equipment involved, briefly discussing important aspects to keep in mind when optimizing the technique.
A new technology aims to simplify the challenge of MS ionization, while a new product streamlines the workflow from sample to protein characterization.
Benchtop scanning electron microscopes address size efficiency without sacrificing features that make the technology powerful for many research applications.