HILIC Analysis:

  1. LC/MS Analysis of Low Molecular Weight Peptides (VC-50 2D)

Affinity Chromatography Analysis:

  1. Superoxide Dismutase
  2. Fibrinogen
  3. Plasminogen
  4. Bovine gamma-Globulin (2) (APA-894)
  5. Human gamma-Globulin
  6. Human IgM
  7. Human Serum Albumin
  8. C-Reactive Protein
  9. Trypsin
  10. Adenosin Phosphates
  11. N-(3,5Dinitrobenzoyl)-DL-Phenyl Glycine
  12. Avidin
  13. Chymotrypsin
  14. Lysozyme (1)
  15. Fibronectin
  16. Albumin, Egg White
  17. Bovine Serum Albumin
  18. Biotin 4-Aminobenzoic Acid
  19. Glutathione S-Transferase
  20. Lactate Dehydrogenase

Amino Acid Analysis:

  1. Simultaneous Analysis of Amino Acids with LC/MS (VC-50 2D)
  2. LC/MS Analysis of Essential Amino Acids (NH2P-40 2D)
  3. Amino Acids (4) (YS-50)
  4. Amino Acids (2) (NN-814)
  5. Amino Acids (3) (P-421S)
  6. Carcinogenic Tryptophan Pyrolysis Products
  7. Dansyl Amino Acids

Fast Ion Exchange Analysis:

  1. Ultra-rapid Analysis of Standard Proteins (SP-FT 4A)
  2. Effects of Flow Rate for Protein Analysis (SP-FT 4A)
  3. Standard Proteins (28) (Comparison of SP-FT 4A and SP-420N)
  4. Ultra-rapid Analysis of Hemoglobin A, F, S and C (SP-FT 4A)
  5. Comparison between porous type DEAE-825 and non-porous type DEAE3N-4T
  6. Recovery of Protein (DEAE3N-4T and DEAE-825)
  7. Relation of sample load and HETP with ovalbumin
  8. Standard Proteins (20) (SP-420N)
  9. Standard Proteins (21) (SP-420N)
  10. Fast Analysis of Hexokinase
  11. Hemoglobin A, F, S and C (SP-420)
  12. Glycosylated Hemoglobin Control I
  13. Human Serum (2) (DEAE-420N)
  14. Trypsinogen (SP-420N)
  15. Lipoxidase (2) (SP-420N)
  16. alpha Chymotrypsinogen A
  17. Effect of pH on Elution Pattern (DEAE-825)
  18. Effect of Sample Load on Peak Width (DEAE-420N)
  19. Standard Proteins (10) (DEAE-825, DEAE-420N)

GFC Analysis:

  1. Durability Test by Number of Sample Injections (LW-403 4D)
  2. Comparison of SEC Separation of IgG between LW-403 4D and LW-803
  3. Comparison of SEC Separation of Standard Proteins between LW-403 4D and LW-803
  4. Calibration Curve for LW-403 4D (Proteins)
  5. Comparison of SEC Separation of Monoclonal Antibody
  6. Analysis of Lipoproteins in Serum (KW-804)
  7. Monitoring Papain Digestion of Humanized Monoclonal IgG (LW-803)
  8. Monitoring Papain Digestion of Humanized Monoclonal IgG (LW-803)
  9. Comparison of Separation of BSA Aggregates
  10. Calibration Curve for LW-803 (Proteins)
  11. Calibration Curves for LW-803 (Proteins)
  12. Comparison of SEC Separation of Polyclonal Antibody
  13. Comparison of SEC Separation of Standard Proteins
  14. Dimer and Trimer of BSA
  15. MALS Compatible Columns for Aqueous SEC (GFC): OHpak LB-800
  16. Whey Protein in Yogurt
  17. Lectin Protein
  18. Peptide Analysis (SEC)
  19. Human IgM (2)
  20. Avidin (2)
  21. Human Control Serum
  22. Human serum
  23. Poly-Lysine
  24. Glycoprotein Avidin
  25. α₁ Acid glycoprotein, Orosomucoid
  26. Comparison of Chromatograms of Protein mixtures
  27. Standard Proteins (1) (KW-802.5)
  28. Standard Proteins (2) (KW-802.5 and KW-803)
  29. Standard Proteins (14) (KW-802.5)
  30. Standard Proteins (15) (KW-803)
  31. Standard Proteins (16) (KW-804)
  32. Standard Proteins (18) (KW-803)
  33. Standard Proteins (19) (KW-804)
  34. Standard Proteins (23) (GF-510 HQ)
  35. Recovery of Proteins (GF-310 HQ and GS-320 HQ)
  36. Recovery of Proteins (GF-510 HQ and GS-520 HQ)
  37. Recovery of Proteins (KW-803)
  38. Proteins in Human Serum (3) (KW-803)
  39. Dimer and Trimer of BSA
  40. Crude Albumin (Chicken Egg) (1) (KW-803)
  41. Crude Lipoxidase
  42. Crude Catalase
  43. Crude Hexokinase
  44. Human Serum (1) (SB-802 HQ)
  45. Effect of Injection Volume of Serum
  46. Tryptic Digest of Human IgG
  47. Sample Load (KW-803)
  48. Effect of Flow Rate (KW-802.5, KW-803)

Hydrophobic Interaction Analysis:

  1. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (PH-814)
  2. Effect of Sample Load on Peak Width(PH-814)
  3. Effect of Salt Concentration
  4. Standard Proteins (11) (PH-814)
  5. Lipoxidase from Soybean (2) (PH-814)
  6. Trypsin and Trypsinogen

Ion Exchange Analysis:

  1. Features of Non-Porous Gels
  2. Eluent Conditions for IEC-series and AXpak
  3. Ribonuclease A from Equine Pancreas (CM-825)
  4. Papain (SP-825)
  5. Effect of pH on Elution Pattern (SP-825)
  6. Standard Proteins (5) (QA-825)
  7. Standard Proteins (6) (ES-502N 7C)
  8. Standard Proteins (7) (CM-825, SP-825)
  9. Standard Proteins (8) (ES-502C 7C)
  10. Crude Albumin (Chicken Egg)
  11. Human Serum (4) (DEAE-825)
  12. Proteins in Human Serum (1) (QA-825)
  13. Proteins in Human Serum (2) (DEAE-825)
  14. Lipoxidase from Soybean (1) (QA-825, DEAE-825)
  15. Lipoxidase (1) (SP-825)
  16. Collagen and BSA
  17. beta Lactoglobulin Subfractions
  18. Angiotensin I, II, III
  19. Lysozyme Chloride (ES-502 7C)
  20. Cytochrome P450 in Rat Liver Microsome
  21. Myosin Subfragments (ES-502C 7C)
  22. Bovine Liver Catalase
  23. Purified Kallikrein from Pig Pancreas
  24. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (QA-825)
  25. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (DEAE-825)
  26. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (SP-825)
  27. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (CM-825)
  28. Effect of Sample Load on Resolution (QA-825)
  29. Effect of Sample Load on Peak Width (DEAE-825)
  30. Effect of Sample Load on Peak Width (SP-825)
  31. Effect of Sample Load on Resolution (CM-825)

Multimode Analysis:

  1. Lignosulfonic Acid Sodium Salt (GS-520 HQ)
  2. Metal Bonded Proteins in Plasma
  3. Peptides in Extract from Waste Water Sludge
  4. Crude Pronase E
  5. Endorphins
  6. Chymotrypsin-Hydrolysated Peptides of Ascidian 29K Protein
  7. Glutathione in Serum
  8. Features of Multimode Columns (Peptide Analysis)
  9. Calibration Curves for GS-520
  10. Standard Proteins (12) (GS-320 7G)

Reversed Phased Analysis:

  1. Comparison of the Features Among Shodex Reverse Phase Chromatography (RPC) Columns
  2. Lactoferrin (C4P-50 4D)
  3. Repeatability for ODP-50 4E, A Polymer-based Column for Reversed Phase Chromatography, under Alkaline Conditions
  4. Advantages of ODP2 HP (4) Ability for Use with Low Salt Concentrations
  5. Advantages of ODP2 HP (5) Alkali Durability
  6. Advantage of ODP2 HP (1) High Theoretical Plate Number
  7. Advantage of ODP2 HP (2) High Retention of High Polarity Substances
  8. Advantage of ODP2 HP (3) High Removal Ability of Protein
  9. Opioid Peptides (1) (By Post-column Reaction Method) (ODP-50 6D)
  10. Opioid Peptides (2) (By Pre-column Reaction Method) (ODP-50 6D)
  11. Tryptic Digest of Myoglobin (2) (ODP-50)
  12. Whey Proteins (RP18-415)
  13. Analysis of Glutathiones (By Post-column Reaction Method)
  14. Effect of Sample Load on Theoretical Plate
  15. Standard Proteins (3) (RP18-415)
  16. Standard Proteins (4) (C4P-50 4D)
  17. Tryptic Digest of Myoglobin (1) (RP18-415)
  18. Comparison of Polymer-based Column with Silica-based Column
  19. Proteins and Peptides
  20. Recovery of Peptides
  21. Basic Peptides
  22. Effect of Eluent pH (ODP)
  23. Analysis of Oligopeptides with Acidic and Alkaline Eluent
  24. Comparison of Sample Retention Using ODP, C8P and C4P Columns
  25. High Molecular Weight Peptides
  26. Oligopeptides (1) (ODP-50 6D)
  27. Oligopeptides (2) (ODP-50 6D)
  28. Dipeptides
  29. Angiotensins