Posts Tagged ‘filtration’

Dilute, Shoot, and Elute – am I missing anything? YES!

  Everyone’s lab is different in terms of how many samples per day are processed, but they all share the common pain point of sample preparation. Some samples like blood and plasma need a significant amount of prep to remove proteins, phospholipids, and salts, whereas labs running urine or drinking water samples can “get by” […]

Technical Service “Red Flags” – LC

This post is an extension of a series of posts pertaining to “Red Flags” my colleague has written, pertaining to GC analysis. These are situations and symptoms that tell us in the Tech Service group that something is just not right. So what are examples of some “Red Flags” that we commonly see for HPLC?  […]