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Biomolecule Detection Using Fluorous Separations

The Yamaguchi group at Fukuoka University has published a new review of their work in biomolecule detection in J. Chromatography B.  They have been focused on the use of fluorescence derivatization and/or fluorous enrichment for the detection of molecules of … Continue reading

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No Acetonitrile? Try Fluorous Separations

The global shortage of acetonitrile is probably affecting your HPLC separations.  As an article in the current issue of Supelco’s Reporter (pdf) states “With the uncertain supply of acetonitrile, … many laboratories have replaced it, or are looking into replacing it … Continue reading

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Fluorous solid phase extraction (FSPE) options

One question that we receive all the time is “Which product should I use for my fluorous solid phase extraction?”  The answer, of course, depends on your application.  The two variables that lead to our FluoroFlash® separation media line are … Continue reading

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