HILIC Analysis:

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

Other Cations:

  1. LC/MS Analysis of Ionic Liquid (VC-50 2D)
  2. Analysis of Ionic Liquid (YS-50)

Rapid Analysis of Saccharides and Organic Acids:

  1. SUGAR SH1011 8C: Rapid Analysis of Common Sugars and Organic Acids

Saccharides and Organic Acids:

  1. LC/MS Analysis of Glucose and Gluconic Acid (VG-50 2D)
  2. Galactooligosaccharides (2) (KS-801, NH2P-50 4E)
  3. Xylooligosaccharides (3) (SH1011)
  4. Fucoidan (SB-806M HQ)
  5. Xylooligosaccharides (2) (VN-50 4D)
  6. N-Acetylchitooligosaccharides (2) (VN-50 4D)
  7. Chitosan-Oligosaccharides (Chitooligosaccharides) (3) (VN-50 4D)
  8. Analysis of Cyclodextrins According to Japan’s Specifications and Standards for Food Additives Method (KS-802)
  9. Separation of Taurine and Inositol (NH2P-50 4E)
  10. Analysis of Ethyl α-D-Glucoside in Sake (VG-50 4E)
  11. Hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin (SB-802.5 HQ)
  12. LC/MS Analysis of N-Acetylchitooligosaccharides (NH2P-40 2D)
  13. Analysis of 2-Aminobenzoic Acid Labeled Glucose Homopolymer (NH2P-50 4E)
  14. Analysis of Tagatose According to USP Method (SC1011)
  15. Organic SEC (GPC) Columns : High Performance Analysis
  16. LC/MS Analysis of Glucose and Gluconic Acid (VG-50 2D)
  17. SUGAR SH1011 8C: Rapid Analysis of Common Sugars and Organic Acids
  18. Analysis of Trehalose According to USP Method (KS-801)
  19. Saccharides and Amino Acids (3) (KS-801)
  20. Analysis of Preservatives According to Analytical Methods of Food Additives (2) (C18P 4E)
  21. Analysis of Preservatives According to Analytical Methods of Food Additives (1) (C18P 4E)
  22. SEC Analysis of Low Molecular Weight Heparin (2) (Parnaparin Sodium) (KW-803 + KW-802.5)
  23. SEC Analysis of Low Molecular Weight Heparin (1) (Dalteparin Sodium) (KW-803 + KW-802.5)
  24. LC/TOF-MS Analysis of 2-Aminobenzoic Acid Labeled N-Glycan (Human IgG)
  25. Hydrolyzed Dextran (7) (VN-50 4D by Gradient Elution)
  26. Analysis of Related Compounds of Alanine and Aspartic Acid According to USP Method (SH1011)
  27. LC/MS Analysis of Inositol Phosphates (VG-50 2D)
  28. Analysis of Formic Acid in Povidone According to JP Method (KC-811)
  29. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Meglumine (VC-50 2D)
  30. Column Selection : by Molecular Weight of Sample
  31. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : by Kinds of Saccharides
  32. Analysis of Guar Gum According to USP Method (SP0810)
  33. Analysis of Pyridylaminated Sugar Chains
  34. Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (SB-806M HQ)
  35. Simultaneous Analysis of Hydrophilic Substances in Energy Drink with LC/MS (VG-50 2D)
  36. Simultaneous Analysis of Saccharides, Organic Acids and Amino acids with LC/MS (VG-50 2D)
  37. Guar Gum (SB-806M HQ)
  38. Simultaneous Analysis of Saccharides and Sweeteners in Yogurt Drink (NH2P-40 2D)
  39. Simultaneous Analysis of Sweeteners and Amino Acids in Energy Drink (NH2P-40 2D)
  40. Analysis of Ribose According to USP Method (KS-801)
  41. Galactooligosaccharides (VG-50 4E)
  42. LC/MS Analysis of Various Sweeteners (NH2P-40 2D)
  43. LC/MS Analysis of Various Steviol Glycosides (NH2P-40 2D)
  44. Analysis of Chlorogenic Acid (C18M 4D)
  45. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Saccharides (VG-50 2D)
  46. Absolute Molecular Weight Determination of Sodium Alginate (LB-806M)
  47. Abnormal Behavior of Chromatogram of Saccharides Using a Pb Type Column for Ligand Exchange Chromatography
  48. Absolute Molecular Weight Determination of Heparin (LB-806M)
  49. LC/MS Analysis of Phosphorylated Saccharides (VT-50 2D)
  50. Analysis of Mogroside V in Momordica Grosvenori (NH2P-50 4E)
  51. Analysis of Aldoses (VG-50 4E)
  52. Monosaccharides and Disaccharides (5) (VG-50 4E)
  53. LC/MS Analysis of Phosphorylated Saccharides (VT-50 2D)
  54. Analysis of Maltose Starch Powder According to Japanese Pharmaceutical Excipients Method (KS-801)
  55. Analysis of Hydrogenated Maltose Starch Syrup According to Japanese Pharmaceutical Excipients Method (KS-801)
  56. Separation of myo-Inositol and D-chiro-Inositol (SZ5532)
  57. Analysis of Fructose Glucose Syrup According to Japanese Pharmaceutical Excipients Method
  58. Analysis of Rare Sugar (2) (VG-50 4E)
  59. Analysis of Pinitol (SP0810)
  60. Melamine and Related Substances (VG-50 4D)
  61. Simultaneous Analysis of Lactose, Epilactose, and Lactulose (VG-50 4E)
  62. Features of HILICpak VG-50 Series (2) (Stability of Baseline using Corona Charged Aerosol Detector)
  63. Features of HILICpak VG-50 Series (1) (Recovery of Reducing Sugar)
  64. Effects of Sample Load (KC-811)
  65. Post-Column Method of Organic Acids (KC-811)
  66. Effects of Acetonitrile in Eluent (1) (KC-811)
  67. Effects of Column Temperature on Elution Volume (2) (KC-811)
  68. Effects of Column Temperature on Elution Volume (1) (KC-811)
  69. Effects of Concentration of Eluent on Elution Volume (KC-811)
  70. Sake (Japanese Rice Wine) (KC-811)
  71. Citric Acid in Phosphoric Acid (DE-613 + KC-811)
  72. Analysis of Cyanobacterial Glycogen Using SEC Column (SB-806M HQ)
  73. Analysis of Mannitol According to Pharmacopeia Method (SC1011-7F)
  74. Unsaturated Fatty Acids (ODP-50 4D)
  75. Separation of C1 Compounds (DE-413L)
  76. Analysis of Trisaccharides (2) (VG-50 4E)
  77. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Organic Sulfonic Acids (VT-50 2D)
  78. Maltooligosaccharides (2) (VG-50 4E)
  79. Isomaltooligosaccharides (2) (VG-50 2D)
  80. Features of HILICpak VG-50 Series (Recovery of Reducing Sugar)
  81. Analysis of Xylitol According to USP Method (SP0810)
  82. Comparison between NH2P-40 3E and its Conventional Type (NH2P-50 4E)
  83. Saccharides in Wood (3) (NH2P-50 4E)
  84. Analysis of Trisaccharides (NH2P-40 3E)
  85. Column Selection : By Sample Polarity
  86. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : Organic Acids
  87. Preservatives (ODP-50 4D)
  88. LC/MS Analysis of N-Acetyl-chitooligosaccharides
  89. LC/MS Analysis of Organic Acids (DE-213)
  90. LC/TOF-MS Analysis of 2-Aminobenzoic Acid Labeled N-Glycan (Human IgG)
  91. Gulose (SP0810)
  92. Xylenols (DS-413)
  93. Preservatives (DS-413)
  94. Analysis of saccharides and furfurals (KS-801)
  95. Saccharides in Wood (2) (SP0810)
  96. Oligosaccharide in Soy Bean
  97. Analysis of Acesulfame K and Sucralose
  98. Separation of Glucronolactone and Organic Acids (KC-811)
  99. Analysis of D-Glucuronic Acid and Glucuronolactone (KC-811)
  100. Saccharide analysis in ionic liquid (DC-613)
  101. Analysis of Trehalose (KS-801)
  102. Degradation product of Cellulose with cellulose (PcCel45A) digestion
  103. The comparison between NH2P-40 3E and its conventional type (NH2P-50 4E)
  104. Sugar analysis using a corona charged aerosol detector
  105. Characterization of Polymeric Excipients by SEC-IR (SB-806M HQ)
  106. Sugar Separation in Presence of Na salt (DC-613)
  107. Meglumine (NN-414)
  108. Heptulose Separation (KS-801)
  109. Analysis of Fluctooligosaccharide Sugar Components (KS-802+KS-801)
  110. Pyridylamino Sugar Chain Analysis
  111. Organic Acids analysis in Black-vinegar (KC-811)
  112. Saccharides
  113. Separation of N-acetylneuraminic Acid and N-glycolyneuraminic Acid
  114. Acidic sample (Hydrobenzoic acids)
  115. Acidic sample (Salicylic acids) (Shodex C18-4D)
  116. Acidic sample (Benzoic, Toluic acids) (Shodex C18-4D)
  117. Paraben (Shodex C18-4D)
  118. Phenolic antioxidant (Shodex C18-4D)
  119. Organic acids (Shodex C18-4D)
  120. Saccharine, Aspartame, Benzoic acid, and Sorbic acid (Shodex C18-4D)
  121. Saccharin, Aspartame, Benzoic Acid, Sorbic Acid (Shodex C18-4D)
  122. Cellooligosaccharides and Furfurals (SH1821)
  123. Galactinol (SC1011)
  124. Carbohydrates of fructoologosaccharides
  125. Analysis of pyridylaminated (PA) monosaccharides
  126. Cello-oligosaccharides and Ethanol (KS-802)
  127. Maltooligosaccharides, Organic Acids and Ethanol (SH1821)
  128. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection: by Sample Category
  129. Column Selection: by Combination of Saccharides
  130. Analysis of Ketohexose (SP0810)
  131. Column Selection: by Separation Mode
  132. Connection of Line Filter NH2P-LF
  133. Effect of Line Filter NH2P-LF (1)
  134. Effect of Line Filter NH2P-LF (2)
  135. Prevention of Anomer Separation
  136. Elution Volume of Saccharides and Organic Acids
  137. Saccharides and Organic Acids (1) (SH1011)
  138. Saccharides and Organic Acids (2) (SC1011)
  139. Lactic Acid and Acrylic Acid (DE-413)
  140. Calibration Curve for Saccharides and Organic Acids (SH1011)
  141. Soft Drink (SH1011)
  142. Analysis of Saccharides and Organic Acids (RI and UV Detector)
  143. Fermentation By-products (Model Solution)
  144. Sake (Japanese Rice Wine) (SC1211)
  145. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (1) (SZ5532)
  146. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (2) (SP0810)
  147. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (3) (SP0810)
  148. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (4) (SC1011)
  149. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (5) (SZ5532)
  150. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (6) (NH2P-50)
  151. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (7) NH2P, LC/MS
  152. Amino Sugars (SB-802.5 HQ)
  153. Saccharides and Amino Sugars (1) (SP0810)
  154. Saccharides and Amino Sugars (2) (NH2P-50 4E)
  155. Saccharides and Amino Acids (1) (SC1011)
  156. Saccharides and Amino Acids (2) (SC1211)
  157. Mannitol (MN-431)
  158. Palatinit (Isomalt)
  159. Xylitol in Confectionery (NH2P-50 4E)
  160. Soft Drink Containing Erythritol (NH2P-50 4E)
  161. Apple Juice (NH2P-50)
  162. Apple Juice (SC1011)
  163. Effect of Acetonitrile Concentration
  164. Sugar Alcohols (1) (SC1211)
  165. Sugar Alcohols (2) (NH2P-50)
  166. Sugar Alcohols (3) (KS-801)
  167. Effect of Eluent pH on Analysis Result
  168. Benzoates
  169. Alkylbenzenes (1) (DS-613)
  170. Alkylbenzenes (2) (DS-613)
  171. Alkylbenzenes (4) (DE-413)
  172. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  173. Phenols (2) (DE-413)
  174. Chlorobenzenes
  175. Iodobenzene Diacetate
  176. Anilines
  177. Perylene
  178. Durability of ODP Column with Alkaline Eluent
  179. Phenylenediamines
  180. Citric Acid in Phosphoric Acid
  181. Organic Acid in Phosphoric Acid (DE-613 + KC-811)
  182. Organic Acids in Beer (KC-811)
  183. Organic Acids in Soy Sauce (KC-811)
  184. Organic Acids in Vinegar (KC-811)
  185. Organic Acids and Vitamin C in Fruit Juice (KC-811)
  186. Gluconic Acids (DE-613)
  187. Organic Acids in White Wine (KC-811)
  188. Oxalic Acid (KC-811)
  189. Organic Acids in Liquid for Permanent Wave
  190. Camphor and Benzoic Acid (NN-814)
  191. Organic Acids in Soybean Paste (KC-811)
  192. Organic Acids in Soy Sauce For Noodles (KC-811)
  193. Preservatives (1) (DS-613)
  194. Preservatives (2) (DE-613)
  195. Preservatives (4) (DE-413)
  196. Acesulfame K
  197. Sucralose
  198. Food Yellow No.4 (Tartrazine)
  199. Effect of Column Temperature (RSpak KC-811)
  200. Effect of Concentration of Eluent on Elution Volume
  201. Effect of Column Temperature on Elution Volume (1)
  202. Effect of Column Temperature on Elution Volume (2)
  203. Effect of Acetonitrile in Eluent (1)
  204. Effect of Acetonitrile in Eluent (2) (KC-811)
  205. Effects of Reversed Phase Column on Elution Volume (KC-811 + DE-613)
  206. Elution Volume of Aromatic Organic Acids (NN-814)
  207. Elution Volume of Organic Acids (RSpak NN-814)
  208. Elution Volume of Organic Acids (RSpak DE-413)
  209. Comparison of Analysis of Organic Acids with 4 Kinds of Detectors (Standards) (KC-811)
  210. Comparison of Analysis of Organic Acids with 4 Kinds of Detectors (Soy Sauce) (KC-811)
  211. Organic Acid Standards (1) (KC-811)
  212. Organic Acid Standards (2) (KC-811)
  213. Organic Acid Standards (3) (KC-811)
  214. Organic Acid Standards (4) (DE-413)
  215. Organic Acid Standards (5) (DE-213)
  216. Di-carboxylic Acids (DE-413)
  217. Analysis of Organic Acids (Eluent Containing Cyclodextrin) (KC-811)
  218. Succinic Acid and Fumaric Acid (KC-811)
  219. Furfural and Guaiacol
  220. Effect of Flow Rate (RSpak KC-811)
  221. Effect of Injection Volume (RSpak KC-811)
  222. Effect of Sample Load (RSpak KC-811)
  223. Saccharides in Powdered Milk (NH2P-50 4E)
  224. Glucose Derivatives
  225. Extract of Wheat Rod
  226. Effect of Organic Solvent in Eluent
  227. Saccharides in Food (SC1011)
  228. Analysis of Soft Drinks (LC/MS)
  229. Monosaccharides Composing Sugar Chain
  230. Maltose and Nigerose (NH2P-50 4E)
  231. Saccharides in Wood (1) (SP0810)
  232. Palatinose in Food (SC1011)
  233. Worcester Sauce (KS-801)
  234. Yogurt: Sugar added (SP0810)
  235. Yogurt: Sugar added (NH2P-50)
  236. Roasted Sweet Potato (NH2P-50)
  237. Roasted Sweet Potato (SP0810)
  238. Soybean Flour (SP0810)
  239. Milk Coffee (NH20-50 4E)
  240. Jelly
  241. Saccharides in Bread (KS-801)
  242. Raspberry Jam
  243. Candy
  244. Lactic acid Beverage and Fermented Milk
  245. Orange and Melon (SH1011)
  246. Orange Juice (SC1011)
  247. Chocolate Cake (NH2P-50)
  248. Chocolate Cake (SZ5532)
  249. Maltose and Isomaltose (SZ5532)
  250. Saccharide Analysis Using Semi-micro Column
  251. Durability against Eluent Composition Change
  252. Effect of Polysaccharide Adsorption
  253. Effect of Sample Solvent Composition
  254. Effect of Flow Rate (SC1011)
  255. Effect of Temperature (1)
  256. Effect of Temperature (2)
  257. Calibration Curves for Saccharides (NH2P-50)
  258. Calibration Curves for Saccharides (SZ5532)
  259. Comparison of NH2P with Silica-based Amino Column (1)
  260. Comparison of NH2P with Silica-based Amino Column (2)
  261. Monosaccharides (1) (NH2P-50 4E)
  262. Monosaccharides (2) (NH2P-50 4E)
  263. Monosaccharides (3) (NH2P-50 4E)
  264. Monosaccharides and Disaccharides (1) (SP0810)
  265. Monosaccharides and Disaccharides (2) (NH2P-50 4E)
  266. Monosaccharides and Disaccharides (3)
  267. Mono-, Di- and Trisaccharides (1) (NH2P-50 4E)
  268. Mono-, Di- and Trisaccharides (2)
  269. Saccharides in Agricultural Products (SC1011)
  270. Elution Volume of Saccharides
  271. Separation of Anomers
  272. Comparison of Amino Column with Amide Column
  273. Comparison of Columns with Different Counter Ions
  274. Combination of Columns with Different Counter Ions
  275. Elution Volume of Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols
  276. Effect of Free BaseRatio of Amino Group on Plate Number
  277. Effect of Acetonitrile Concentration on Elution Time (NH2P-50)
  278. Effect of Acetonitrile Concentration on Elution Time (SZ5532)
  279. Effect of Acetonitrile Concentration on Plate Number
  280. Durability against Acidic Solvents
  281. Durability against Alkaline Solvents
  282. Dietary Fiber
  283. Hydrolyzed Dextran (1)
  284. Hydrolyzed Dextran (2) (KS-802)
  285. Hydrolyzed Dextran (3) (NH2P-50 4E)
  286. Isomaltooligosaccharides (NH2P-50 4E)
  287. Hydrolyzed Dextran (5) (KS-802)
  288. Maltooligosaccharides (NH20-50 4E)
  289. N-Acetyl-Chitooligosaccharides (NH2P-50 4E)
  290. Chitosan-oligosaccharides (Chitooligosaccharides) (1) (NH2P-50 4E)
  291. Chitosan-oligosaccharides (Chitooligosaccharides) (2) (NH2P-50 4E
  292. Cyclodextrins
  293. Oligosaccharides and Sugar Alcohols (SC1821)
  294. Short-Chain Amylose (1) (NH2P-50 10E)
  295. Short-Chain Amylose (2)
  296. Hydrolyzed Starch (2)
  297. Sweetener
  298. Effect of Flow Rate (SC1211)
  299. Fructooligosaccharide Syrup (NH2P-50 4E)
  300. Starch Syrup (KS-802)
  301. Glucose
  302. Cyclodextrin in Plasma
  303. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : by Elution Volume
  304. Explanation on Ligand Exchange Mode
  305. Column Selection
  306. Chitosan
  307. Hydroxyethyl cellulose(1) SB-806M HQ
  308. Pullulan and Oligosaccharides
  309. Pullulan, Saccharides and Ethanol
  310. Heparin (1) (SB-804 HQ)
  311. Heparin (2) (SB-806M HQ)
  312. Glycogen (1) (KS-806)
  313. Glycogen (2) (SB-806M HQ)
  314. Preparation of CS-Gulcan in Coix Seed
  315. Inulin (1) (KS-806)
  316. Inulin (2) (SB-806M HQ)
  317. Mucin (SB-806M HQ)
  318. Pectin (SB-806M HQ)
  319. Sodium Alginate (SB-806M HQ)
  320. Carrageenan (SB-806M HQ)
  321. Keratin Sulfate (SB-806M HQ)
  322. Hydrolyzed Starch (1)
  323. Calibration Curves for KS-800 Series (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  324. Calibration Curves for KS-800 Series (Column Combination)
  325. Amylose
  326. Carboxymethylcellulose (1)
  327. Carboxymethylcellulose (2)
  328. Hyaluronic Acid (1) (SB-805 HQ)
  329. Hyaluronic Acid (2) (SB-806M HQ)
  330. Hyaluronic Acid (4) (SB-807 HQ)
  331. Corn Starch (1) (Aqueous Eluent) (SB-806 HQ)
  332. Corn Starch (2) (DMSO/DMF Eluent) (SB-806 HQ)
  333. Chondroitin Sulfate A (KS-804)
  334. Chondroitin Sulfate (KS-804 + KS-801)
  335. Chondroitin Sulfate (SB-806M HQ)
  336. Oligogalacturonic Acids
  337. Phosphorylated Saccharides (1)
  338. Phosphorylated Saccharides (2)
  339. Phytic acid

Acids, Saccharides, Phosphorylated Saccharides:

  1. LC/MS Analysis of Inositol Phosphates (VG-50 2D)
  2. LC/MS Analysis of Phosphorylated Saccharides (VT-50 2D)
  3. Unsaturated Fatty Acids (ODP-50 4D)
  4. Separation of Glucronolactone and Organic Acids (KC-811)
  5. Analysis of D-Glucuronic Acid and Glucuronolactone (KC-811)
  6. Oligogalacturonic Acids
  7. Phosphorylated Saccharides (1)
  8. Phosphorylated Saccharides (2)
  9. Phytic acid

Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection: Saccharides and Organic:

  1. Organic SEC (GPC) Columns : High Performance Analysis
  2. Column Selection : by Molecular Weight of Sample
  3. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : by Kinds of Saccharides
  4. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : by Elution Volume
  5. Explanation on Ligand Exchange Mode
  6. Column Selection

High-sensitive, High-selective Analysis of Saccharides:

  1. LC/MS Analysis of Glucose and Gluconic Acid (VG-50 2D)
  2. Analysis of 2-Aminobenzoic Acid Labeled Glucose Homopolymer (NH2P-50 4E)
  3. LC/MS Analysis of Glucose and Gluconic Acid (VG-50 2D)
  4. LC/TOF-MS Analysis of 2-Aminobenzoic Acid Labeled N-Glycan (Human IgG)
  5. Analysis of Pyridylaminated Sugar Chains
  6. Simultaneous Analysis of Hydrophilic Substances in Energy Drink with LC/MS (VG-50 2D)
  7. Simultaneous Analysis of Saccharides, Organic Acids and Amino acids with LC/MS (VG-50 2D)
  8. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Saccharides (VG-50 2D)
  9. LC/MS Analysis of Phosphorylated Saccharides (VT-50 2D)
  10. Features of HILICpak VG-50 Series (2) (Stability of Baseline using Corona Charged Aerosol Detector)
  11. Features of HILICpak VG-50 Series (1) (Recovery of Reducing Sugar)
  12. LC/TOF-MS Analysis of 2-Aminobenzoic Acid Labeled N-Glycan (Human IgG)
  13. Pyridylamino Sugar Chain Analysis
  14. Glucose
  15. Cyclodextrin in Plasma

Monosaccharides and Oligosaccharides:

  1. Analysis of Ethyl α-D-Glucoside in Sake (VG-50 4E)
  2. Analysis of Tagatose According to USP Method (SC1011)
  3. Analysis of Trehalose According to USP Method (KS-801)
  4. Analysis of Ribose According to USP Method (KS-801)
  5. Abnormal Behavior of Chromatogram of Saccharides Using a Pb Type Column for Ligand Exchange Chromatography
  6. Analysis of Aldoses (VG-50 4E)
  7. Monosaccharides and Disaccharides (5) (VG-50 4E)
  8. Analysis of Maltose Starch Powder According to Japanese Pharmaceutical Excipients Method (KS-801)
  9. Analysis of Fructose Glucose Syrup According to Japanese Pharmaceutical Excipients Method
  10. Analysis of Rare Sugar (2) (VG-50 4E)
  11. Analysis of Pinitol (SP0810)
  12. Comparison between NH2P-40 3E and its Conventional Type (NH2P-50 4E)
  13. Saccharides in Wood (3) (NH2P-50 4E)
  14. Gulose (SP0810)
  15. Saccharides in Wood (2) (SP0810)
  16. Saccharide analysis in ionic liquid (DC-613)
  17. Analysis of Trehalose (KS-801)
  18. Sugar Separation in Presence of Na salt (DC-613)
  19. Meglumine (NN-414)
  20. Heptulose Separation (KS-801)
  21. Galactinol (SC1011)
  22. Analysis of pyridylaminated (PA) monosaccharides
  23. Maltooligosaccharides, Organic Acids and Ethanol (SH1821)
  24. Analysis of Ketohexose (SP0810)
  25. Connection of Line Filter NH2P-LF
  26. Effect of Line Filter NH2P-LF (1)
  27. Effect of Line Filter NH2P-LF (2)
  28. Prevention of Anomer Separation
  29. Saccharides in Powdered Milk (NH2P-50 4E)
  30. Glucose Derivatives
  31. Extract of Wheat Rod
  32. Effect of Organic Solvent in Eluent
  33. Saccharides in Food (SC1011)
  34. Analysis of Soft Drinks (LC/MS)
  35. Monosaccharides Composing Sugar Chain
  36. Maltose and Nigerose (NH2P-50 4E)
  37. Saccharides in Wood (1) (SP0810)
  38. Palatinose in Food (SC1011)
  39. Worcester Sauce (KS-801)
  40. Yogurt: Sugar added (SP0810)
  41. Yogurt: Sugar added (NH2P-50)
  42. Roasted Sweet Potato (NH2P-50)
  43. Roasted Sweet Potato (SP0810)
  44. Soybean Flour (SP0810)
  45. Milk Coffee (NH20-50 4E)
  46. Jelly
  47. Saccharides in Bread (KS-801)
  48. Raspberry Jam
  49. Candy
  50. Lactic acid Beverage and Fermented Milk
  51. Orange and Melon (SH1011)
  52. Orange Juice (SC1011)
  53. Chocolate Cake (NH2P-50)
  54. Chocolate Cake (SZ5532)
  55. Maltose and Isomaltose (SZ5532)
  56. Saccharide Analysis Using Semi-micro Column
  57. Durability against Eluent Composition Change
  58. Effect of Polysaccharide Adsorption
  59. Effect of Sample Solvent Composition
  60. Effect of Flow Rate (SC1011)
  61. Effect of Temperature (1)
  62. Effect of Temperature (2)
  63. Calibration Curves for Saccharides (NH2P-50)
  64. Calibration Curves for Saccharides (SZ5532)
  65. Comparison of NH2P with Silica-based Amino Column (1)
  66. Comparison of NH2P with Silica-based Amino Column (2)
  67. Monosaccharides (1) (NH2P-50 4E)
  68. Monosaccharides (2) (NH2P-50 4E)
  69. Monosaccharides (3) (NH2P-50 4E)
  70. Monosaccharides and Disaccharides (1) (SP0810)
  71. Monosaccharides and Disaccharides (2) (NH2P-50 4E)
  72. Monosaccharides and Disaccharides (3)
  73. Mono-, Di- and Trisaccharides (1) (NH2P-50 4E)
  74. Mono-, Di- and Trisaccharides (2)
  75. Saccharides in Agricultural Products (SC1011)
  76. Elution Volume of Saccharides
  77. Separation of Anomers
  78. Comparison of Amino Column with Amide Column
  79. Comparison of Columns with Different Counter Ions
  80. Combination of Columns with Different Counter Ions
  81. Elution Volume of Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols
  82. Effect of Free BaseRatio of Amino Group on Plate Number
  83. Effect of Acetonitrile Concentration on Elution Time (NH2P-50)
  84. Effect of Acetonitrile Concentration on Elution Time (SZ5532)
  85. Effect of Acetonitrile Concentration on Plate Number
  86. Durability against Acidic Solvents
  87. Durability against Alkaline Solvents

Oligosaccharides:

  1. Galactooligosaccharides (2) (KS-801, NH2P-50 4E)
  2. Xylooligosaccharides (3) (SH1011)
  3. Xylooligosaccharides (2) (VN-50 4D)
  4. N-Acetylchitooligosaccharides (2) (VN-50 4D)
  5. Chitosan-Oligosaccharides (Chitooligosaccharides) (3) (VN-50 4D)
  6. Analysis of Cyclodextrins According to Japan’s Specifications and Standards for Food Additives Method (KS-802)
  7. Hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin (SB-802.5 HQ)
  8. LC/MS Analysis of N-Acetylchitooligosaccharides (NH2P-40 2D)
  9. Hydrolyzed Dextran (7) (VN-50 4D by Gradient Elution)
  10. Galactooligosaccharides (VG-50 4E)
  11. Absolute Molecular Weight Determination of Heparin (LB-806M)
  12. Maltooligosaccharides (2) (VG-50 4E)
  13. Isomaltooligosaccharides (2) (VG-50 2D)
  14. Analysis of Trisaccharides (NH2P-40 3E)
  15. LC/MS Analysis of N-Acetyl-chitooligosaccharides
  16. Oligosaccharide in Soy Bean
  17. Degradation product of Cellulose with cellulose (PcCel45A) digestion
  18. Analysis of Fluctooligosaccharide Sugar Components (KS-802+KS-801)
  19. Carbohydrates of fructoologosaccharides
  20. Dietary Fiber
  21. Hydrolyzed Dextran (1)
  22. Hydrolyzed Dextran (2) (KS-802)
  23. Hydrolyzed Dextran (3) (NH2P-50 4E)
  24. Isomaltooligosaccharides (NH2P-50 4E)
  25. Hydrolyzed Dextran (5) (KS-802)
  26. Maltooligosaccharides (NH20-50 4E)
  27. N-Acetyl-Chitooligosaccharides (NH2P-50 4E)
  28. Chitosan-oligosaccharides (Chitooligosaccharides) (1) (NH2P-50 4E)
  29. Chitosan-oligosaccharides (Chitooligosaccharides) (2) (NH2P-50 4E
  30. Cyclodextrins
  31. Oligosaccharides and Sugar Alcohols (SC1821)
  32. Short-Chain Amylose (1) (NH2P-50 10E)
  33. Short-Chain Amylose (2)
  34. Hydrolyzed Starch (2)
  35. Sweetener
  36. Effect of Flow Rate (SC1211)
  37. Fructooligosaccharide Syrup (NH2P-50 4E)
  38. Starch Syrup (KS-802)

Organic Acids:

  1. Analysis of Related Compounds of Alanine and Aspartic Acid According to USP Method (SH1011)
  2. Analysis of Formic Acid in Povidone According to JP Method (KC-811)
  3. Melamine and Related Substances (VG-50 4D)
  4. Effects of Sample Load (KC-811)
  5. Post-Column Method of Organic Acids (KC-811)
  6. Effects of Acetonitrile in Eluent (1) (KC-811)
  7. Effects of Column Temperature on Elution Volume (2) (KC-811)
  8. Effects of Column Temperature on Elution Volume (1) (KC-811)
  9. Effects of Concentration of Eluent on Elution Volume (KC-811)
  10. Citric Acid in Phosphoric Acid (DE-613 + KC-811)
  11. Separation of C1 Compounds (DE-413L)
  12. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Organic Sulfonic Acids (VT-50 2D)
  13. Column Selection : By Sample Polarity
  14. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : Organic Acids
  15. LC/MS Analysis of Organic Acids (DE-213)
  16. Organic Acids analysis in Black-vinegar (KC-811)
  17. Acidic sample (Hydrobenzoic acids)
  18. Acidic sample (Salicylic acids) (Shodex C18-4D)
  19. Acidic sample (Benzoic, Toluic acids) (Shodex C18-4D)
  20. Saccharin, Aspartame, Benzoic Acid, Sorbic Acid (Shodex C18-4D)
  21. Cellooligosaccharides and Furfurals (SH1821)
  22. Citric Acid in Phosphoric Acid
  23. Organic Acid in Phosphoric Acid (DE-613 + KC-811)
  24. Organic Acids in Beer (KC-811)
  25. Organic Acids in Soy Sauce (KC-811)
  26. Organic Acids in Vinegar (KC-811)
  27. Organic Acids and Vitamin C in Fruit Juice (KC-811)
  28. Gluconic Acids (DE-613)
  29. Organic Acids in White Wine (KC-811)
  30. Oxalic Acid (KC-811)
  31. Organic Acids in Liquid for Permanent Wave
  32. Camphor and Benzoic Acid (NN-814)
  33. Organic Acids in Soybean Paste (KC-811)
  34. Organic Acids in Soy Sauce For Noodles (KC-811)
  35. Effect of Column Temperature (RSpak KC-811)
  36. Effect of Concentration of Eluent on Elution Volume
  37. Effect of Column Temperature on Elution Volume (1)
  38. Effect of Column Temperature on Elution Volume (2)
  39. Effect of Acetonitrile in Eluent (1)
  40. Effect of Acetonitrile in Eluent (2) (KC-811)
  41. Effects of Reversed Phase Column on Elution Volume (KC-811 + DE-613)
  42. Elution Volume of Aromatic Organic Acids (NN-814)
  43. Elution Volume of Organic Acids (RSpak NN-814)
  44. Elution Volume of Organic Acids (RSpak DE-413)
  45. Comparison of Analysis of Organic Acids with 4 Kinds of Detectors (Standards) (KC-811)
  46. Comparison of Analysis of Organic Acids with 4 Kinds of Detectors (Soy Sauce) (KC-811)
  47. Organic Acid Standards (1) (KC-811)
  48. Organic Acid Standards (2) (KC-811)
  49. Organic Acid Standards (3) (KC-811)
  50. Organic Acid Standards (4) (DE-413)
  51. Organic Acid Standards (5) (DE-213)
  52. Di-carboxylic Acids (DE-413)
  53. Analysis of Organic Acids (Eluent Containing Cyclodextrin) (KC-811)
  54. Succinic Acid and Fumaric Acid (KC-811)
  55. Effect of Flow Rate (RSpak KC-811)
  56. Effect of Injection Volume (RSpak KC-811)
  57. Effect of Sample Load (RSpak KC-811)

Others:

  1. Analysis of Chlorogenic Acid (C18M 4D)
  2. Cello-oligosaccharides and Ethanol (KS-802)
  3. Furfural and Guaiacol

Polysaccharides:

  1. Fucoidan (SB-806M HQ)
  2. SEC Analysis of Low Molecular Weight Heparin (2) (Parnaparin Sodium) (KW-803 + KW-802.5)
  3. Analysis of Guar Gum According to USP Method (SP0810)
  4. Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (SB-806M HQ)
  5. Guar Gum (SB-806M HQ)
  6. Absolute Molecular Weight Determination of Sodium Alginate (LB-806M)
  7. Analysis of Trisaccharides (2) (VG-50 4E)
  8. Characterization of Polymeric Excipients by SEC-IR (SB-806M HQ)
  9. Chitosan
  10. Hydroxyethyl cellulose(1) SB-806M HQ
  11. Pullulan and Oligosaccharides
  12. Pullulan, Saccharides and Ethanol
  13. Heparin (1) (SB-804 HQ)
  14. Heparin (2) (SB-806M HQ)
  15. Glycogen (1) (KS-806)
  16. Glycogen (2) (SB-806M HQ)
  17. Preparation of CS-Gulcan in Coix Seed
  18. Inulin (1) (KS-806)
  19. Inulin (2) (SB-806M HQ)
  20. Mucin (SB-806M HQ)
  21. Pectin (SB-806M HQ)
  22. Sodium Alginate (SB-806M HQ)
  23. Carrageenan (SB-806M HQ)
  24. Keratin Sulfate (SB-806M HQ)
  25. Hydrolyzed Starch (1)
  26. Calibration Curves for KS-800 Series (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  27. Calibration Curves for KS-800 Series (Column Combination)
  28. Amylose
  29. Carboxymethylcellulose (1)
  30. Carboxymethylcellulose (2)
  31. Hyaluronic Acid (1) (SB-805 HQ)
  32. Hyaluronic Acid (2) (SB-806M HQ)
  33. Hyaluronic Acid (4) (SB-807 HQ)
  34. Corn Starch (1) (Aqueous Eluent) (SB-806 HQ)
  35. Corn Starch (2) (DMSO/DMF Eluent) (SB-806 HQ)
  36. Chondroitin Sulfate A (KS-804)
  37. Chondroitin Sulfate (KS-804 + KS-801)
  38. Chondroitin Sulfate (SB-806M HQ)

Saccharides:

  1. SEC Analysis of Low Molecular Weight Heparin (1) (Dalteparin Sodium) (KW-803 + KW-802.5)
  2. Simultaneous Analysis of Lactose, Epilactose, and Lactulose (VG-50 4E)
  3. Analysis of Cyanobacterial Glycogen Using SEC Column (SB-806M HQ)
  4. Analysis of Mannitol According to Pharmacopeia Method (SC1011-7F)
  5. Features of HILICpak VG-50 Series (Recovery of Reducing Sugar)
  6. Separation of N-acetylneuraminic Acid and N-glycolyneuraminic Acid

Saccharides and Organic Acids:

  1. Analysis of Mogroside V in Momordica Grosvenori (NH2P-50 4E)
  2. Elution Volume of Saccharides and Organic Acids
  3. Saccharides and Organic Acids (1) (SH1011)
  4. Saccharides and Organic Acids (2) (SC1011)
  5. Lactic Acid and Acrylic Acid (DE-413)
  6. Calibration Curve for Saccharides and Organic Acids (SH1011)
  7. Soft Drink (SH1011)
  8. Analysis of Saccharides and Organic Acids (RI and UV Detector)
  9. Fermentation By-products (Model Solution)

Saccharides and Sweetning agents(Additives for Foods):

  1. Analysis of Preservatives According to Analytical Methods of Food Additives (2) (C18P 4E)
  2. Analysis of Preservatives According to Analytical Methods of Food Additives (1) (C18P 4E)
  3. Simultaneous Analysis of Saccharides and Sweeteners in Yogurt Drink (NH2P-40 2D)
  4. Simultaneous Analysis of Sweeteners and Amino Acids in Energy Drink (NH2P-40 2D)
  5. LC/MS Analysis of Various Sweeteners (NH2P-40 2D)
  6. LC/MS Analysis of Various Steviol Glycosides (NH2P-40 2D)
  7. Preservatives (ODP-50 4D)
  8. Xylenols (DS-413)
  9. Preservatives (DS-413)
  10. Analysis of Acesulfame K and Sucralose
  11. Paraben (Shodex C18-4D)
  12. Phenolic antioxidant (Shodex C18-4D)
  13. Organic acids (Shodex C18-4D)
  14. Saccharine, Aspartame, Benzoic acid, and Sorbic acid (Shodex C18-4D)
  15. Effect of Eluent pH on Analysis Result
  16. Benzoates
  17. Alkylbenzenes (1) (DS-613)
  18. Alkylbenzenes (2) (DS-613)
  19. Alkylbenzenes (4) (DE-413)
  20. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  21. Phenols (2) (DE-413)
  22. Chlorobenzenes
  23. Iodobenzene Diacetate
  24. Anilines
  25. Perylene
  26. Durability of ODP Column with Alkaline Eluent
  27. Phenylenediamines
  28. Preservatives (1) (DS-613)
  29. Preservatives (2) (DE-613)
  30. Preservatives (4) (DE-413)
  31. Acesulfame K
  32. Sucralose
  33. Food Yellow No.4 (Tartrazine)

Saccharides, Sugar Alcohols, Aminosugars and Amino Acids.:

  1. Separation of Taurine and Inositol (NH2P-50 4E)
  2. Saccharides and Amino Acids (3) (KS-801)
  3. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Meglumine (VC-50 2D)
  4. Analysis of Hydrogenated Maltose Starch Syrup According to Japanese Pharmaceutical Excipients Method (KS-801)
  5. Separation of myo-Inositol and D-chiro-Inositol (SZ5532)
  6. Sake (Japanese Rice Wine) (KC-811)
  7. Analysis of Xylitol According to USP Method (SP0810)
  8. The comparison between NH2P-40 3E and its conventional type (NH2P-50 4E)
  9. Sugar analysis using a corona charged aerosol detector
  10. Sake (Japanese Rice Wine) (SC1211)
  11. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (1) (SZ5532)
  12. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (2) (SP0810)
  13. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (3) (SP0810)
  14. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (4) (SC1011)
  15. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (5) (SZ5532)
  16. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (6) (NH2P-50)
  17. Saccharides and Sugar Alcohols (7) NH2P, LC/MS
  18. Amino Sugars (SB-802.5 HQ)
  19. Saccharides and Amino Sugars (1) (SP0810)
  20. Saccharides and Amino Sugars (2) (NH2P-50 4E)
  21. Saccharides and Amino Acids (1) (SC1011)
  22. Saccharides and Amino Acids (2) (SC1211)
  23. Mannitol (MN-431)
  24. Palatinit (Isomalt)
  25. Xylitol in Confectionery (NH2P-50 4E)
  26. Soft Drink Containing Erythritol (NH2P-50 4E)
  27. Apple Juice (NH2P-50)
  28. Apple Juice (SC1011)
  29. Effect of Acetonitrile Concentration
  30. Sugar Alcohols (1) (SC1211)
  31. Sugar Alcohols (2) (NH2P-50)
  32. Sugar Alcohols (3) (KS-801)

Proteins, Peptides and Amino Acids:

  1. Determination of Particle Size Distribution of Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Virus-like Particle (HBsAg VLP) (KW405-4F)
  2. LC/MS Analysis of Low Molecular Weight Peptides (VC-50 2D)
  3. Durability Test by Number of Sample Injections (LW-403 4D)
  4. Comparison of SEC Separation of IgG between LW-403 4D and LW-803
  5. Comparison of SEC Separation of Standard Proteins between LW-403 4D and LW-803
  6. Calibration Curve for LW-403 4D (Proteins)
  7. Comparison of the Features Among Shodex Reverse Phase Chromatography (RPC) Columns
  8. Comparison of SEC Separation of Monoclonal Antibody
  9. Ultra-rapid Analysis of Standard Proteins (SP-FT 4A)
  10. Effects of Flow Rate for Protein Analysis (SP-FT 4A)
  11. Standard Proteins (28) (Comparison of SP-FT 4A and SP-420N)
  12. Simultaneous Analysis of Amino Acids with LC/MS (VC-50 2D)
  13. Analysis of Lipoproteins in Serum (KW-804)
  14. Monitoring Papain Digestion of Humanized Monoclonal IgG (LW-803)
  15. Monitoring Papain Digestion of Humanized Monoclonal IgG (LW-803)
  16. Comparison of Separation of BSA Aggregates
  17. Ultra-rapid Analysis of Hemoglobin A, F, S and C (SP-FT 4A)
  18. Calibration Curve for LW-803 (Proteins)
  19. Calibration Curves for LW-803 (Proteins)
  20. Comparison of SEC Separation of Polyclonal Antibody
  21. Comparison of SEC Separation of Standard Proteins
  22. Dimer and Trimer of BSA
  23. MALS Compatible Columns for Aqueous SEC (GFC): OHpak LB-800
  24. Lactoferrin (C4P-50 4D)
  25. Repeatability for ODP-50 4E, A Polymer-based Column for Reversed Phase Chromatography, under Alkaline Conditions
  26. Lignosulfonic Acid Sodium Salt (GS-520 HQ)
  27. Analysis of Insulin Glargine According to USP Method (KW-802.5)
  28. Calibration Curves for KW-800 Series (PEG, PEO)
  29. Calibration Curves for KW-800 Series (Pullulan)
  30. LC/MS Analysis of Essential Amino Acids (NH2P-40 2D)
  31. HILIC
  32. Whey Protein in Yogurt
  33. Lectin Protein
  34. Peptide Analysis (SEC)
  35. Human IgM (2)
  36. Avidin (2)
  37. Human Control Serum
  38. Human serum
  39. Poly-Lysine
  40. Glycoprotein Avidin
  41. α₁ Acid glycoprotein, Orosomucoid
  42. SEC/MALS Analysis of Protein Molecular Weight Markers
  43. Amino Acids (4) (YS-50)
  44. Comparison between porous type DEAE-825 and non-porous type DEAE3N-4T
  45. Recovery of Protein (DEAE3N-4T and DEAE-825)
  46. Relation of sample load and HETP with ovalbumin
  47. Advantages of ODP2 HP (4) Ability for Use with Low Salt Concentrations
  48. Advantages of ODP2 HP (5) Alkali Durability
  49. Features of Non-Porous Gels
  50. Eluent Conditions for IEC-series and AXpak
  51. Advantage of ODP2 HP (1) High Theoretical Plate Number
  52. Advantage of ODP2 HP (2) High Retention of High Polarity Substances
  53. Advantage of ODP2 HP (3) High Removal Ability of Protein
  54. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : Proteins, Peptides and Amino Acids
  55. Standard Proteins (20) (SP-420N)
  56. Standard Proteins (21) (SP-420N)
  57. Fast Analysis of Hexokinase
  58. Hemoglobin A, F, S and C (SP-420)
  59. Glycosylated Hemoglobin Control I
  60. Human Serum (2) (DEAE-420N)
  61. Trypsinogen (SP-420N)
  62. Lipoxidase (2) (SP-420N)
  63. alpha Chymotrypsinogen A
  64. Effect of pH on Elution Pattern (DEAE-825)
  65. Effect of Sample Load on Peak Width (DEAE-420N)
  66. Standard Proteins (10) (DEAE-825, DEAE-420N)
  67. Ribonuclease A from Equine Pancreas (CM-825)
  68. Papain (SP-825)
  69. Effect of pH on Elution Pattern (SP-825)
  70. Standard Proteins (5) (QA-825)
  71. Standard Proteins (6) (ES-502N 7C)
  72. Standard Proteins (7) (CM-825, SP-825)
  73. Standard Proteins (8) (ES-502C 7C)
  74. Crude Albumin (Chicken Egg)
  75. Human Serum (4) (DEAE-825)
  76. Proteins in Human Serum (1) (QA-825)
  77. Proteins in Human Serum (2) (DEAE-825)
  78. Lipoxidase from Soybean (1) (QA-825, DEAE-825)
  79. Lipoxidase (1) (SP-825)
  80. Collagen and BSA
  81. beta Lactoglobulin Subfractions
  82. Angiotensin I, II, III
  83. Lysozyme Chloride (ES-502 7C)
  84. Cytochrome P450 in Rat Liver Microsome
  85. Myosin Subfragments (ES-502C 7C)
  86. Bovine Liver Catalase
  87. Purified Kallikrein from Pig Pancreas
  88. Opioid Peptides (1) (By Post-column Reaction Method) (ODP-50 6D)
  89. Opioid Peptides (2) (By Pre-column Reaction Method) (ODP-50 6D)
  90. Tryptic Digest of Myoglobin (2) (ODP-50)
  91. Whey Proteins (RP18-415)
  92. Analysis of Glutathiones (By Post-column Reaction Method)
  93. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (PH-814)
  94. Effect of Sample Load on Peak Width(PH-814)
  95. Effect of Salt Concentration
  96. Standard Proteins (11) (PH-814)
  97. Lipoxidase from Soybean (2) (PH-814)
  98. Trypsin and Trypsinogen
  99. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (QA-825)
  100. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (DEAE-825)
  101. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (SP-825)
  102. Recovery of Proteins and Enzyme Activity (CM-825)
  103. Effect of Sample Load on Resolution (QA-825)
  104. Effect of Sample Load on Peak Width (DEAE-825)
  105. Effect of Sample Load on Peak Width (SP-825)
  106. Effect of Sample Load on Resolution (CM-825)
  107. Effect of Sample Load on Theoretical Plate
  108. Standard Proteins (3) (RP18-415)
  109. Standard Proteins (4) (C4P-50 4D)
  110. Tryptic Digest of Myoglobin (1) (RP18-415)
  111. Comparison of Polymer-based Column with Silica-based Column
  112. Proteins and Peptides
  113. Recovery of Peptides
  114. Basic Peptides
  115. Effect of Eluent pH (ODP)
  116. Analysis of Oligopeptides with Acidic and Alkaline Eluent
  117. Comparison of Sample Retention Using ODP, C8P and C4P Columns
  118. High Molecular Weight Peptides
  119. Oligopeptides (1) (ODP-50 6D)
  120. Oligopeptides (2) (ODP-50 6D)
  121. Dipeptides
  122. Angiotensins
  123. Comparison of Chromatograms of Protein mixtures
  124. Amino Acids (2) (NN-814)
  125. Amino Acids (3) (P-421S)
  126. Carcinogenic Tryptophan Pyrolysis Products
  127. Dansyl Amino Acids
  128. Standard Proteins (1) (KW-802.5)
  129. Standard Proteins (2) (KW-802.5 and KW-803)
  130. Standard Proteins (14) (KW-802.5)
  131. Standard Proteins (15) (KW-803)
  132. Standard Proteins (16) (KW-804)
  133. Standard Proteins (18) (KW-803)
  134. Standard Proteins (19) (KW-804)
  135. Standard Proteins (23) (GF-510 HQ)
  136. Recovery of Proteins (GF-310 HQ and GS-320 HQ)
  137. Recovery of Proteins (GF-510 HQ and GS-520 HQ)
  138. Recovery of Proteins (KW-803)
  139. Proteins in Human Serum (3) (KW-803)
  140. Dimer and Trimer of BSA
  141. Crude Albumin (Chicken Egg) (1) (KW-803)
  142. Crude Lipoxidase
  143. Crude Catalase
  144. Crude Hexokinase
  145. Human Serum (1) (SB-802 HQ)
  146. Effect of Injection Volume of Serum
  147. Tryptic Digest of Human IgG
  148. Sample Load (KW-803)
  149. Effect of Flow Rate (KW-802.5, KW-803)
  150. Superoxide Dismutase
  151. Fibrinogen
  152. Plasminogen
  153. Bovine gamma-Globulin (2) (APA-894)
  154. Human gamma-Globulin
  155. Human IgM
  156. Human Serum Albumin
  157. C-Reactive Protein
  158. Trypsin
  159. Adenosin Phosphates
  160. N-(3,5Dinitrobenzoyl)-DL-Phenyl Glycine
  161. Avidin
  162. Chymotrypsin
  163. Lysozyme (1)
  164. Fibronectin
  165. Albumin, Egg White
  166. Bovine Serum Albumin
  167. Biotin 4-Aminobenzoic Acid
  168. Glutathione S-Transferase
  169. Lactate Dehydrogenase
  170. Metal Bonded Proteins in Plasma
  171. Peptides in Extract from Waste Water Sludge
  172. Crude Pronase E
  173. Endorphins
  174. Chymotrypsin-Hydrolysated Peptides of Ascidian 29K Protein
  175. Glutathione in Serum
  176. Features of Multimode Columns (Peptide Analysis)
  177. Calibration Curves for GS-520
  178. Standard Proteins (12) (GS-320 7G)

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. Determination of Particle Size Distribution of Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Virus-like Particle (HBsAg VLP) (KW405-4F)
  2. Durability Test by Number of Sample Injections (LW-403 4D)
  3. Comparison of SEC Separation of IgG between LW-403 4D and LW-803
  4. Comparison of SEC Separation of Standard Proteins between LW-403 4D and LW-803
  5. Calibration Curve for LW-403 4D (Proteins)
  6. Comparison of SEC Separation of Monoclonal Antibody
  7. Analysis of Lipoproteins in Serum (KW-804)
  8. Monitoring Papain Digestion of Humanized Monoclonal IgG (LW-803)
  9. Monitoring Papain Digestion of Humanized Monoclonal IgG (LW-803)
  10. Comparison of Separation of BSA Aggregates
  11. Calibration Curve for LW-803 (Proteins)
  12. Calibration Curves for LW-803 (Proteins)
  13. Comparison of SEC Separation of Polyclonal Antibody
  14. Comparison of SEC Separation of Standard Proteins
  15. Dimer and Trimer of BSA
  16. MALS Compatible Columns for Aqueous SEC (GFC): OHpak LB-800
  17. Whey Protein in Yogurt
  18. Lectin Protein
  19. Peptide Analysis (SEC)
  20. Human IgM (2)
  21. Avidin (2)
  22. Human Control Serum
  23. Human serum
  24. Poly-Lysine
  25. Glycoprotein Avidin
  26. α₁ Acid glycoprotein, Orosomucoid
  27. Comparison of Chromatograms of Protein mixtures
  28. Standard Proteins (1) (KW-802.5)
  29. Standard Proteins (2) (KW-802.5 and KW-803)
  30. Standard Proteins (14) (KW-802.5)
  31. Standard Proteins (15) (KW-803)
  32. Standard Proteins (16) (KW-804)
  33. Standard Proteins (18) (KW-803)
  34. Standard Proteins (19) (KW-804)
  35. Standard Proteins (23) (GF-510 HQ)
  36. Recovery of Proteins (GF-310 HQ and GS-320 HQ)
  37. Recovery of Proteins (GF-510 HQ and GS-520 HQ)
  38. Recovery of Proteins (KW-803)
  39. Proteins in Human Serum (3) (KW-803)
  40. Dimer and Trimer of BSA
  41. Crude Albumin (Chicken Egg) (1) (KW-803)
  42. Crude Lipoxidase
  43. Crude Catalase
  44. Crude Hexokinase
  45. Human Serum (1) (SB-802 HQ)
  46. Effect of Injection Volume of Serum
  47. Tryptic Digest of Human IgG
  48. Sample Load (KW-803)
  49. 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

Synthetic Polymers:

  1. Biodegradable Polymer (3) (Polylactic Acid) (K-805L)
  2. Comparison of Separation using HK-404L with Conventional Device and Semi-micro Type Device (HK-404L)
  3. Biodegradable Polymer (4) (Polylactic Acid) (HK-404L)
  4. Epoxy Resin (4) (Comparison of HK-404L and HK-404L + HK-401)
  5. Colominic Acid (SB-804 HQ)
  6. Polyamide (13) Nylon 11 (HK-HFIP404L)
  7. Polyamide (12) Nylon 6/9 (HK-HFIP404L)
  8. Calibration Curve for HK-HFIP404L (HFIP Eluent : PMMA)
  9. Calibration Curves for HK-400 Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  10. Organic SEC (GPC) Columns : Rapid Analysis
  11. Biodegradable Polymer (3) (Polylactic Acid) (K-805L)
  12. Comparison of Separation using HK-404L with Conventional Device and Semi-micro Type Device (HK-404L)
  13. Styrene Butyl Methacrylate Copolymer (3) (HK-404L)
  14. Poly(Butyl Methacrylate) (2) (HK-404L)
  15. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) (3) (HK-404L)
  16. Features of High Temperature SEC Column
  17. Calibration Curve for LF-404 (HFIP Eluent: PMMA)
  18. Calibration Curve for AT-806MS (ODCB Eluent: PS)
  19. Calibration Curves for HT-800 Series (ODCB Eluent: PS)
  20. Calibration Curves for UT-800 Series (ODCB Eluent: PS)
  21. Calibration Curves for KD-800 Series (DMF Eluent: PMMA)
  22. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (THF Eluent: PS)
  23. Analysis of High Molecular Weight Hindered Amine Light Stabilizers (HALS) (GF-310 HQ)
  24. Effects of Flow Rate (2) (HK-404L)
  25. Effects of Flow Rate (1) (HK-404L)
  26. Calibration Curve for HK-400 series (THF Eluent : PS)
  27. Ammonio Methacrylate Copolymers (GF-510 HQ)
  28. Calibration Curve for LF-804 (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  29. Calibration Curve for LF-804 (DMAc Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  30. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Methanol Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  31. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  32. Polyvinylpyrrolidone (3) (NaCl aq./CH3CN Eluent) (SB-806M HQ)
  33. Calibration Curves for LB-800 Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  34. Calibration Curves for LB-800 Series (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  35. Comparison of HK-404L and KF-805L
  36. Polyvinylpyrrolidone (6) (NaCl aq./CH3CN Eluent) (SB-806M HQ)
  37. Cellulose Acetate (5) (SB-806M HQ)
  38. Copovidone (SB-806M HQ)
  39. Effects of Column Length on Elution Pattern (KF-801)
  40. Effects of Injection Volume (KF-606M)
  41. Poly(Butyl Methacrylate) (KF-806L)
  42. Poly(Vinyl Chloride) (KF-806M
  43. Sodium Dextran Sulfate (SB-806M HQ)
  44. Calibration Curves for GS-HQ Series Aqueous Eluent: PEG, PEO
  45. Calibration Curves for GS-HQ Series Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan
  46. Polypropylene Glycol (KF-802.5)
  47. Analysis of Residual epsilon-Caprolactam in Nylon 6
  48. Biodegradable Polymer (3) (Poly(Lactic-co-Glycolic Acid))
  49. Alkylbenzenes (DS-413)
  50. Polyamic acid (3) (LF-804)
  51. Polyamic acid (2) (LF-804)
  52. Cellulose (KD-806M)
  53. Polyurethane (LF-404)
  54. Polystyrene oligomer separation (KF-402HQ)
  55. Effects of Flow Rate (1) (KF-402HQ)
  56. Effects of Flow Rate (2) (KF-402.5HQ+KF-403)
  57. Effects of Sample Concentration (1) (KF-402HQ)
  58. Effects of Sample Concentration (2) (KF-403HQ + KF-402HQ)
  59. Effects of Sample Concentration (3) (KF-406LHQ)
  60. Effects of Temperature (KF-402HQ)
  61. MW distribution analysis
  62. Poly(Ethylene Oxide) and Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (2) (LF-804)
  63. Calibration Curve for K-800 series
  64. Low MW Polydimethylsiloxane (Chloroform) (K-801)
  65. Polyamic Acid (LF-804)
  66. Low molecule Polydimethylsiloxane (Eluent: Chloroform)
  67. Effect of Sample Load (Pullulan)
  68. Calibration curves for organic SEC
  69. Monovalent and Divalent Cations in River Water (Etylenediamine EDA)
  70. Monovalent and Divalent Cations in Tap Water (Etylenediamine EDA)
  71. GPC/MALS analysis of NBS706
  72. GPC/MALS analysis of standard polystyrene (PS)
  73. Molecular weight distribution of PMMA for artificial tooth (Comparison between Zimm Plot and GPC/MALS)
  74. Calibration Curve for LF-804 (DMAc Eluent: PEG/PEO)
  75. Titration Curve of IEC DEAE-825
  76. Calibration Curve for SB-807 HQ (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  77. GPC Analysis with HFIP Eluent
  78. Eluent Conditions for Asahipak (ODP, C8P, C4P, NH2P)
  79. Titration Curve of IEC QA-825
  80. Calibration Curves of KW400-4F (3) (PEG, PEO)
  81. Calibration Curves of KW400-4F (2) (Proteins)
  82. Comparison between KW402.5-4F and KW-802.5
  83. Recovery of Proteins (KW-402.5-4F, KW403-4F)
  84. Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (3) (LF-404)
  85. 1,2-Polybutadiene (2) (LF-404)
  86. Phenoxy Resin (3) (LF-604)
  87. Poly(Vinyl Butyral) (3) (LF-604)
  88. Effect of Solvent-peak Separation Column on Separation (1)
  89. Effect of Solvent-peak Separation Column on Separation (2)
  90. Features of UT-800 Series
  91. HDPE Sample-A (1) (UT-806M)
  92. HDPE Sample-A (2)
  93. HDPE Sample-B (1) (UT-806M)
  94. HDPE Sample-B (2)
  95. LDPE Sample-C
  96. To Realize Pure GPC Mode
  97. Solubilities of Solvents
  98. Physical Chemistry Properties of Solvents
  99. Polarities of Solvents
  100. Cellulose Acetate Butyrate (KF-806L)
  101. Poly(Vinyl Chloride) (KF-806M)
  102. Poly(Vinyl Acetate) (KF-805L)
  103. Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (1) (KF-806L)
  104. Poly(Butyl Methacrylate) (KF-806L)
  105. Poly(Isobutyl Methacrylate) (KF-806L)
  106. Butyl Methacrylate Isobutyl Methacrylate Copolymer (KF-806L)
  107. Polysiloxane (KF-802 + KF-801)
  108. Vinylidene Chloride Vinyl Chloride Copolymer (KF-805L)
  109. Vinyl Chloride Vinyl Acetate Vinyl Alcohol Terpolymer (KF-805L)
  110. Styrene butyl methacrylate copolymer (1) (KF-805L)
  111. Styrene Butadiene ABA Block Copolymer (KF-806M)
  112. Styrene Isoprene ABA Block Copolymer (KF-806M)
  113. Styrene Ethylene Butylene ABA Block Copolymer (KF-806M)
  114. Poly(2,4,6-tribromostyrene) (KF-805L)
  115. Polysulfone Resin (KF-805L)
  116. The Effect of The Unit of Columns on The Separation (1) (LF-404: PS)
  117. The Effect of The Unit of Columns on The Separation (2) (LF-404: Epoxy resin)
  118. Styrene Butyl Methacrylate Copolymer (2) (LF-404)
  119. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) (LF-404)
  120. Measurement of Molecular Weight Distribution of Poly(Diallyl Dimethyl Ammonium Chloride) (SB-806M HQ)
  121. Polystyrene Standards (1) (KF-801)
  122. Polystyrene Standards (2) (KF-802)
  123. Polystyrene Standards (3) (KF-803L)
  124. Polystyrene Standards (4) (KF-804L)
  125. Polystyrene Standards (5) (KF-805L)
  126. Polystyrene Standards (6) (KF-806L)
  127. Polystyrene Standards (7) (KF-807L)
  128. Polystyrene Standards (21) (THF, Chloroform and DMF)
  129. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (1) (THF Eluent) (KF-801)
  130. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) Standards (1) (KF-805L)
  131. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) Standards (2) (KF- 806L)
  132. Polycarbonate Resin (1) (KF-806L)
  133. Phenoxy Resin (1) (KF-806L)
  134. Phenol Resin (1) (KF-804L)
  135. Polycaprolactone (KF-806L)
  136. 1,2-Polybutadiene (1) (KF-805L)
  137. Poly(Vinyl Formal) (1) (KF-806L)
  138. Poly(Vinyl Butyral) (1) (KF-806L)
  139. Cellulose Acetate (3) (KF-806L)
  140. Comparison of KF-402HQ and KF-802
  141. Influence of Instruments for Performance of Semi-micro Columns
  142. Comparison of Chromatograms of KF-400HQ Series
  143. Measurement of Molecular Weight Distribution of Poly(Allylamine) Hydrochloride (SB-806M HQ)
  144. Measurement of Molecular Weight Distribution of Poly(Ethylene Imine) (SB-806M HQ)
  145. Influence of Salt Concentration on Retention Time of PEG with GF-310 HQ and GS-320 HQ
  146. Comparison of Chromatogram of PEG Mixtures
  147. Influence of Analysis of PEG Mixtures with GF-310 HQ by Composition of Eluent
  148. Influence of Analysis of PEG Mixtures with GF-320 HQ by Composition of Eluent
  149. Polyacrylamide (3) (Comparison with SB-807 HQ and SB-806 HQ)
  150. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (9) (GS-220 HQ)
  151. Poly(Ethylene Oxide) and Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (1) (SB-804 HQ)
  152. Selection of Column (1) (Sodium Poly(Styrene Sulfonate))
  153. Calibration Curves of Hydrophilic Polymers (2) (Sodium Polyacrylate)
  154. Selection of Column (3) (Poly(Sodium Methacrylate))
  155. Hydroxyethyl Cellulose (2) (SB-805 HQ)
  156. Dextran (1) (SB-805 HQ)
  157. Dextran (2) (DMSO Eluent) (KF-806M)
  158. Dextran (3) (SB-806M HQ)
  159. Dextran Sulfate
  160. Poly(Ethyleneimine) (SB-804 HQ + SB-803 HQ)
  161. Polyacrylamide (1) (SB-805 HQ)
  162. Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) (2) (Aqueous Eluent) (SB-803 HQ + SB-806 HQ)
  163. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (3) (NaNO 3 /CH 3 CN Eluent) (SB-805)
  164. Sodium Polyacrylate (1) (SB-803 HQ + SB-802 HQ)
  165. Optimization of Mobile Phase for the Analysis of Sodium Polyacrylate (GF-7M HQ)
  166. Poly(Sodium Methacrylate) (GF-710 HQ)
  167. Sodium Poly(Styrene Sulfonate) (1) (GF-510 HQ)
  168. Sodium Poly(Styrene Sulfonate) (2) (GF-7M HQ)
  169. Silicone Oil (Toluene Eluent) (K-806M)
  170. Influence of Column Temperature on Retention Time of PEG (GF-310 HQ and GS320 HQ)
  171. Dimethyl Silicone Oil (Toluene Eluent)
  172. Rubber (Toluene Eluent)
  173. Polystyrene Standards (19) (DMAc Eluent)
  174. Polystyrene Standards (20) (NMP Eluent)
  175. Poly(-N,N-Dimethylaminomethyl Styrene) (2) (Comparison of Various Eluent Condition)
  176. N-Methoxymethyl Nylon (Methanol Eluent) (GF-710 HQ)
  177. Epoxy Resin (3): Mixed Solvent Eluent
  178. Pullulan Standards (1) (SB-804 HQ)
  179. Pullulan Standards (2) (GF-310 HQ)
  180. Pullulan Standards (3) (GF-710 HQ)
  181. Pullulan Standards (4) (Effect of Flow Rate) (SB-2002.5)
  182. Pullulan Standards (5) (Effect of Temperature) (SB-2002.5)
  183. Pullulan Standards (7) (GS-220 HQ)
  184. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (6) (DE-613)
  185. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (7) (SB-2002.5)
  186. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (8) (SB-802.5 HQ)
  187. Polystyrene Standards (10) (Toluene Eluent)
  188. Vinylidene Chloride Acrylonitrile Copolymer (2) (Comparison of
  189. Phenol Formaldehyde Resin
  190. Polycarbonate Resin (2) (Comparison of SB-800 HQ and KD-800)
  191. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (2) (DMF Eluent) (KD-802 + KD-801)
  192. Polystyrene Standards (9) (KD-802)
  193. Phenol Resin (2) (KD-803 + KD-802)
  194. Phenoxy Resin (2) (KD-806M)
  195. Melamine Resin
  196. Melamine Formaldehyde Resin (1) (DMF Eluent) (KD-802)
  197. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (1) (DMF Eluent: KD-806M)
  198. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (4) (DMF Eluent: Effect of LiBr Concentration) (KD-806M)
  199. Poly(Vinylidene Fluoride) (KD-806M)
  200. Cellulose Acetate (1) (KD-806M)
  201. Cellulose Acetate (4) (DMF Eluent: Effect of LiBr Concentration) (KD-806M)
  202. Chlorinated Rubber
  203. Styrene Allylalcohol Copolymer (1) (KD-803 + KD-802)
  204. Styrene Maleic Anhydride Copolymer (KD-806M)
  205. Styrene Acrylonitrile Copolymer (1) (KD-806M)
  206. N-Vinylpyrrolidone Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (KD-806M)
  207. Vinyl Chloride Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (1) (KD-806M)
  208. Vinylidene Chloride Acrylonitrile Copolymer (1) (KD-806M)
  209. Poly(-N,N-Dimethylaminomethyl Styrene) (1) (DMF Eluent) (Comparison KD-800 with SB-800 HQ)
  210. Ethylene Maleic Anhydride Copolymer
  211. Poly(Ethylene Oxide) Standards
  212. Hydrophobicity of Columns
  213. PEEK Oligomer (K-802)
  214. PET Oligomer
  215. Epoxy Resin Oligomer (KF-803 + KF-802.5)
  216. Effect of Flow Rate on Elution Pattern
  217. Effect of Column Length on Elution Pattern
  218. Polyacetal (4) (LF-404)
  219. Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (3) (LF-404)
  220. Comparison of Analysis of PMMA with Down-sized GPC Columns
  221. Polyamide (1) Nylon6 (HFIP-806M)
  222. Polyamide (2) Nylon6/6 (HFIP-805 + HFIP-803)
  223. Polyamide (3) Nyon12/2 (HFIP-806M)
  224. Polyamide (4) Nylon6/10 and Nylon6 (HFIP-606M)
  225. Polyamide (5) Nylon6/6 (LF-604)
  226. Polyamide (6) Nylon6 (LF-604)
  227. Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (1) (HFIP-806M)
  228. Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (2) (HFIP-606M)
  229. Poly(Butylene Terephthalate) (1) (Eluent: HFIP) (HFIP-805 + HFIP-803)
  230. Polyacetal (1) (HFIP-806M)
  231. Polyacetal (2) (Delrin) (HFIP-806M)
  232. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) Standards (3) (HFIP-606M)
  233. Polyacetal (3) (HFIP-606M)
  234. Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) (1) (HFIP Eluent) (HFIP-805 + HFIP-803)
  235. Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (2) (Eluent: HFIP) (HFIP-806M)
  236. Polystyrene Standards (8) (K-804L)
  237. Polystyrene Standards (17) (K-806M)
  238. Epoxy Resin (2) (K-803L)
  239. Poly(o-Cresyl Glycidyl Ether)-co-Formaldehyde (GF-310 HQ)
  240. Poly(Ether Ether Ketone) (K-806M)
  241. Poly(Butylene Terephthalate) (2) (Eluent: Chloroform) (K-806M)
  242. Biodegradable Polymer (2) (Polylactic Acid) (LF-604)
  243. Liquid Paraffin (KF-401HQ)
  244. Styrene Allylalcohol Copolymer (2) (KF-606M)
  245. Vinyl Chloride Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (2) (KF-606M)
  246. Polyimide: NMP Eluent
  247. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (5) (NMP Eluent)
  248. Recycle Analysis of Lauryl Stearyl Thiodipropionate (K-2001)
  249. Calibration Curves of Hydrophilic Polymers (2) (Sodium Polyacrylate)
  250. Calibration Curves of Hydrophilic Polymers (3) (Poly(Sodium Methacrylate))
  251. Comparison of Calibration Curves for Down-sized GPC Columns (HFIP Eluent: PMMA)
  252. Comparison of KF-602 and KF-802
  253. Effect of Temperature (KF-602)
  254. Effect of Flow Rate (KF-602)
  255. Effect of Sample Concentration (KF-606M)
  256. Effect of Injection Volume (KF-606M)
  257. Polystyrene Standards (11) (KF-601)
  258. Polystyrene Standards (12) (KF-602)
  259. Polystyrene Standards (13) (KF-602.5)
  260. Polystyrene Standards (14) (KF-603)
  261. Polystyrene Standards (15) (KF-604)
  262. Polystyrene Standards (16) (KF-606M)
  263. Polystyrene Standards (18) RAPRA, NBS 706 (KF-606M)
  264. Epoxy Resin
  265. Poly(Dimethylsiloxane): Toluene Eluent
  266. Cellulose Acetate (2) (KF-606M)
  267. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (2) (DMF Eluent: KF-806M)
  268. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PS)
  269. Styrene Acrylonitrile Copolymer (2) (KF-606M)
  270. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  271. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PMMA)
  272. Calibration Curves for SB-806M HQ (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan, PEG and PEO)
  273. Calibration Curves for SB-806M HQ (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO and PS)
  274. Comparison of Calibration Curves for KD-800 Series and SB-800 HQ Series (DMF Eluent)
  275. Comparison of Calibration Curves for KD-802.5 and SB-802.5 HQ (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO and PS)
  276. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: Proteins)
  277. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Chloroform Eluent: PS)
  278. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  279. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PS)
  280. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  281. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PMMA)
  282. Calibration Curve for GF-510 HQ + GF-310 HQ (THF Eluent: PS)
  283. Calibration Curve for GF-510 HQ + GF-310 HQ (DMF Eluent: PS)
  284. Calibration Curve for GF-710 HQ (Methanol Eluent: PEG and PEO)
  285. Calibration Curves for UT-800 Series
  286. Calibration Curves for HT-800 Series (THF Eluent: PS)
  287. Calibration Curves for HT-806M and AT-806M
  288. Calibration Curves of Hydrophilic Polymers (1) (Sodium Poly(Styrene Sulfonate))
  289. Calibration Curves for KF-800 Series
  290. Effect of Solvent-Peak Separation Column on Calibration Curve
  291. Calibration Curves for KF-600 Series
  292. Calibration Curves for KF-400HQ Series (1) (Low Molecular Weight)
  293. Calibration Curves for KF-806L (Various Eluents: PS)
  294. Comparison of Caliburation Curves for LF-404 and LF-604
  295. Calibration Curve for LF-604 (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  296. Calibration Curve for LF-604 (NMP Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  297. Calibration Curve for LF-604 (NMP Eluent: PS)
  298. Calibration Curves for KD-800 Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  299. Calibration Curves for HFIP-800 Series (HFIP Eluent: PMMA)
  300. Calibration Curves for HFIP-600 Series (HFIP Eluent: PMMA)
  301. Calibration Curves for KW-800 Series
  302. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  303. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: PEO, PEG)
  304. Phthalates and Alkylbenzenes (1) (KF-801)
  305. Phthalates (DS-613)
  306. Alkylbenzenes (6) (RP18-613)
  307. Effect of Flow Rate on Plate Number
  308. Recycle Analysis of Impurity in Resin
  309. Analysis of Antioxidant in Polystyrene (GPC/MS)
  310. Analysis of Irganox 1010 in Cup of Instant Noodles (Styrene Foam)
  311. Simultaneous Analysis of Various Additives of Polymer in Polystyrene (GPC/MS)
  312. Poly(Vinyl Butyral) (2) (LF-804)
  313. Poly(vinyl Formal) (2) (LF-804)
  314. Poly(4-Vinylpyridine) (LF-804)
  315. Poly(2-Vvinylpyridine-co-styrene) (LF-804)
  316. Comparison of LF-804, LF-404 and LF-604
  317. The separation of polystyrene standard using GPC columns
  318. Column Connection and Linear Type Columns
  319. Calibration Curves for KF-800L Series
  320. Calibration Curves for K-800L Series
  321. Comparison of Calibration Curves: Linear Type and Mixed Gel Typ
  322. Comparison of Calibration Curves: Linear Type and Column Connection
  323. Comparison of Calibration Curves: Linear Type and Conventional Type
  324. Comparison of Separation: Linear Type and Column Connection
  325. Comparison of Separation: Linear Type and Conventional Type (1)
  326. Comparison of Separation: Linear Type and Conventional Type (2)
  327. Analysis of Synthetic Polymers Using Linear Type Column LF-804
  328. Eluent Replacement of GPC LF-804
  329. Calibration Curve for LF-804 (THF Eluent: PS)
  330. Phenoxy Resin (2) (LF-804)
  331. Polycarbonate Resin (3) (LF-804)

Drugs, Metabolites and Chiral Compounds:

  1. Analysis of Formoterol Fumarate Dihydrate According to Pharmacopeia Method (ODP-50 4D)
  2. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Salacia Extract (2) (VT-50 2D)
  3. Analysis of Choline and Acetylcholine (YS-50)
  4. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Salacia Extract (1) (VC-50 2D)
  5. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Citicoline (VT-50 2D)
  6. LC/MS Analysis of Streptomycins (VC-50 2D)
  7. Comparison of Analysis of Glucosamine Hydrochloride between Polymer-based Amino Columns and Silica-based Amino Columns
  8. Assay of Polyethylene Glycol 3350 for Oral Solution According to USP Method (SB-802.5 HQ)
  9. Measurement of Apparent Weight-Average Molecular Weight and Polydispersity of Polyethylene Glycol 3350 According to USP Method (SB-803 HQ)
  10. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Salacia Extract (1) (VC-50 2D)
  11. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Ribavirin (VC-50 2D)
  12. Analysis of High Molecular Impurities in Insulin Aspart According to Pharmacopoeia Method (KW-802.5)
  13. Dissolution Test of Ribavirin Capsules according to JP Method (Y-521)
  14. LC/MS Analysis of Aminoglycoside Antibiotics (VC-50 2D)
  15. Drugs (ODP-50 4D)
  16. Soyasaponin in Soy Bean (DS-613)
  17. LC/MS Analysis of Choline and Acetylcholine (VC-50 2D)
  18. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Oral Anti-diabetes Drugs (VC-50 2D)
  19. Analysis of Voglibose According to JP Method (NH2P-50 4E)
  20. Analysis of Catechin (C18P 4D)
  21. Bibliographic Information for Analysis of Conjugate Vaccine
  22. Separation of Gingerol and Shogaol (C18M 4D)
  23. Analysis of Purified Sodium Hyaluronate Ophthalmic Solution According to JP Method (SB-802.5 HQ)
  24. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Tricyclic Antidepressants in BSA (ODP2 HP)
  25. Analysis of Miglitol According to JP Method (NH2P-50 4E)
  26. Analysis of Insulin According to USP Method (KW-802.5)
  27. Analysis of Insulin Glargine According to JP Method (KW-802.5)
  28. Analysis of Insulin Human According to JP Method (KW-802.5)
  29. Analysis of Zanamivir According to USP Method (NH2P-50 4E)
  30. Analysis of Glucosamine According to USP Method (5NH 4D)
  31. Analysis of Allantoin (JJ-50 4D)
  32. Analysis of Azithromycin According to USP Method (ODP-50 4E)
  33. LC/MS Analysis of Metformin (NH2P-40 2D)
  34. Analysis of Anticonvulsant in Serum (ODP2 HP)
  35. Simultaneous Analysis of Multi Symptom Cold Formula (ODP2 HP)
  36. Simultaneous Analysis of Multi Symptom Cold Formula in Serum (ODP2 HP)
  37. LC/MS Analysis of Statins (ODP2 HP-2B)
  38. LC/MS Analysis of Basic Drugs (ODP40-2D)
  39. Basic sample (Procainamide, N-Acetylprocainamide) (Shodex C18-4D)
  40. Chiral Separation of Lactic Acid (CRX-853)
  41. Chiral Separation of Mandelic Acid (CRX-853)
  42. Coenzyme Q10
  43. Chiral Separation of Aspartic Acid (CRX-853)
  44. Chiral Separation of Phenylalanine (CRX-853)
  45. Stevioside and Rebaudioside A (NH2P-50 4E)
  46. Anti-diabetes drugs (NH2P-50 4E)
  47. Anticonvulsant (Shodex C18-4D)
  48. Paeoniflorin (Shodex C18-4D)
  49. Anti-inflammatory agent (Shodex C18-4D)
  50. Bile acid (Shodex C18-4D)
  51. Basic sample (Scopolamine, Atropine) (Shodex C18-4D)
  52. Berberine (Shodex C18-4D)
  53. Hippuric acid (Shodex C18-4D)
  54. Cold remedy (1) (Shodex C18-4D)
  55. Cold remedy (2) (Shodex C18-4D)
  56. Glycyrrhizin (Shodex C18-4D)
  57. Alendronic acid
  58. Macrolide antibiotics and derivatives
  59. Ribavirin (KS-801)
  60. Acetaminophen in serum (ODP2 HP)
  61. Risperidone in urine (ODP2 HP)
  62. Ginsenoside (Ginseng Saponin)
  63. Influence of Proteins in LC/MS Analysis
  64. LC/MS Analysis of Drugs in BSA (1) (ODP2 HP)
  65. LC/MS Analysis of Drugs in BSA (2) (ODP2 HP)
  66. LC/MS Analysis of drugs in Control Serum (ODP2 HP)
  67. Reproducibility in LC/MS Analysis (ODP2 HP)
  68. Influence of Flow Rate (ODP2 HP)
  69. Chiral Separation by CRX-853 and ABA-894
  70. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : Drugs, Metabolites and Chiral Compounds
  71. Selection of Chiral Separation Columns
  72. LC/MS Analysis of Barbital in BSA (ODP2 HP-2B)
  73. Short Amines (ODP2 HP-4D)
  74. Analysis of Short Amines without Using Ion Pair Reagent
  75. Indomethacin
  76. Procainamide in Serum
  77. Theophylline in Serum
  78. Hexobarbital in Serum
  79. Phenobarbital in Serum
  80. Methamphetamine in Urine
  81. HVA and VMA Standards
  82. Analysis of VMA and Creatinine using Column Switching Method
  83. HVA and VMA in Urine
  84. Analysis of Uric Acid and Creatinine using Column Switching Method
  85. Hippuric Acid etc. in Urine (1)
  86. Hippuric Acid etc. in Urine (2)
  87. Polyamine and Acetylated Derivatives (ODP-50 4E)
  88. Instruments for On-Column Derivatization
  89. Analysis of Polyamines by On-Column Derivertization
  90. Analysis of Histamine by On-Column Derivatization
  91. Kojic Acid
  92. Chlortharidone (2)
  93. Lorazepam (CDBS-453)
  94. Bromoisovalerylurea
  95. Chlorthalidone (1)
  96. Chlorpheniramine and Metabolic Intermediates
  97. Chiral Separation by CDBS-453
  98. Epinephrine (CDBS-453)
  99. Procaine and Procaineamide (ODP-50 4D)
  100. Methylxanthine (1) (DS-613)
  101. Methylxanthine (2)
  102. Local Anesthetics (1) (ODP-50 4D)
  103. Local Anesthetics (2) (DE-413)
  104. Cinchona Alkaloids
  105. Antibiotics (1) (ODP-50 4D)
  106. Antibiotics (2) (DE-413)
  107. Sulfanilamides (DE-413)
  108. Barbiturates (ODP-50 4D)
  109. Effect of pH of Eluent on Sensitivity of Barbital
  110. Berberine in Japanese Goldthread
  111. Glycyrrhizin in Licorice
  112. Saikosaponins (ODP-50 6D)
  113. Soysaponin in Soy Beans (DS-613)
  114. Curative medicine to eradicate H.Pyrori
  115. Enalapril Maleate (DS-413)
  116. Tetracycline Derivative Antibiotics
  117. Basic Drugs : Under Neutral Condition
  118. Basic Drugs : Effect of Eluent pH
  119. Basic Drugs : Effect of Ion Concentration
  120. Antifebriles (1) (DS-613)
  121. Antifebriles (2) (DM-614)
  122. Antipyretic Analgesics (ODP-50 4D)
  123. Diuretics (1) (ODP-50 4D)
  124. Diuretics (2) (DE-613)
  125. Anti Cancer Drugs (ODP-50 4D)
  126. Drugs
  127. Anti Inflammatory Drugs (1) (ODP-50 4E)
  128. Anti Inflammatory Drugs (2) (ODP-50 4E)
  129. Scopolamine and Atropine (ODP-50 4D)
  130. Tetracaine (ODP-50 4D)
  131. Effect of pH of Eluent on Elution Volume and Plate Number
  132. Procainamides (1) (DE-613)
  133. Procainamides (2) (DE-413)

Chiral Compounds:

  1. Chiral Separation of Lactic Acid (CRX-853)
  2. Chiral Separation of Mandelic Acid (CRX-853)
  3. Chiral Separation of Aspartic Acid (CRX-853)
  4. Chiral Separation of Phenylalanine (CRX-853)
  5. Chiral Separation by CRX-853 and ABA-894
  6. Selection of Chiral Separation Columns
  7. Chlortharidone (2)
  8. Lorazepam (CDBS-453)
  9. Bromoisovalerylurea
  10. Chlorthalidone (1)
  11. Chlorpheniramine and Metabolic Intermediates
  12. Chiral Separation by CDBS-453
  13. Epinephrine (CDBS-453)

Drugs:

  1. Analysis of Formoterol Fumarate Dihydrate According to Pharmacopeia Method (ODP-50 4D)
  2. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Salacia Extract (2) (VT-50 2D)
  3. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Salacia Extract (1) (VC-50 2D)
  4. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Citicoline (VT-50 2D)
  5. LC/MS Analysis of Streptomycins (VC-50 2D)
  6. Comparison of Analysis of Glucosamine Hydrochloride between Polymer-based Amino Columns and Silica-based Amino Columns
  7. Assay of Polyethylene Glycol 3350 for Oral Solution According to USP Method (SB-802.5 HQ)
  8. Measurement of Apparent Weight-Average Molecular Weight and Polydispersity of Polyethylene Glycol 3350 According to USP Method (SB-803 HQ)
  9. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Salacia Extract (1) (VC-50 2D)
  10. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Ribavirin (VC-50 2D)
  11. Analysis of High Molecular Impurities in Insulin Aspart According to Pharmacopoeia Method (KW-802.5)
  12. Dissolution Test of Ribavirin Capsules according to JP Method (Y-521)
  13. LC/MS Analysis of Aminoglycoside Antibiotics (VC-50 2D)
  14. Drugs (ODP-50 4D)
  15. Soyasaponin in Soy Bean (DS-613)
  16. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Oral Anti-diabetes Drugs (VC-50 2D)
  17. Analysis of Voglibose According to JP Method (NH2P-50 4E)
  18. Analysis of Catechin (C18P 4D)
  19. Bibliographic Information for Analysis of Conjugate Vaccine
  20. Separation of Gingerol and Shogaol (C18M 4D)
  21. Analysis of Purified Sodium Hyaluronate Ophthalmic Solution According to JP Method (SB-802.5 HQ)
  22. Analysis of Miglitol According to JP Method (NH2P-50 4E)
  23. Analysis of Insulin According to USP Method (KW-802.5)
  24. Analysis of Insulin Glargine According to JP Method (KW-802.5)
  25. Analysis of Insulin Human According to JP Method (KW-802.5)
  26. Analysis of Zanamivir According to USP Method (NH2P-50 4E)
  27. Analysis of Glucosamine According to USP Method (5NH 4D)
  28. Analysis of Allantoin (JJ-50 4D)
  29. Analysis of Azithromycin According to USP Method (ODP-50 4E)
  30. LC/MS Analysis of Metformin (NH2P-40 2D)
  31. Simultaneous Analysis of Multi Symptom Cold Formula (ODP2 HP)
  32. Simultaneous Analysis of Multi Symptom Cold Formula in Serum (ODP2 HP)
  33. LC/MS Analysis of Statins (ODP2 HP-2B)
  34. LC/MS Analysis of Basic Drugs (ODP40-2D)
  35. Basic sample (Procainamide, N-Acetylprocainamide) (Shodex C18-4D)
  36. Coenzyme Q10
  37. Anti-diabetes drugs (NH2P-50 4E)
  38. Anticonvulsant (Shodex C18-4D)
  39. Paeoniflorin (Shodex C18-4D)
  40. Anti-inflammatory agent (Shodex C18-4D)
  41. Basic sample (Scopolamine, Atropine) (Shodex C18-4D)
  42. Berberine (Shodex C18-4D)
  43. Cold remedy (1) (Shodex C18-4D)
  44. Cold remedy (2) (Shodex C18-4D)
  45. Glycyrrhizin (Shodex C18-4D)
  46. Macrolide antibiotics and derivatives
  47. Ribavirin (KS-801)
  48. Ginsenoside (Ginseng Saponin)
  49. Short Amines (ODP2 HP-4D)
  50. Analysis of Short Amines without Using Ion Pair Reagent
  51. Procaine and Procaineamide (ODP-50 4D)
  52. Methylxanthine (1) (DS-613)
  53. Methylxanthine (2)
  54. Local Anesthetics (1) (ODP-50 4D)
  55. Local Anesthetics (2) (DE-413)
  56. Cinchona Alkaloids
  57. Antibiotics (1) (ODP-50 4D)
  58. Antibiotics (2) (DE-413)
  59. Sulfanilamides (DE-413)
  60. Barbiturates (ODP-50 4D)
  61. Effect of pH of Eluent on Sensitivity of Barbital
  62. Berberine in Japanese Goldthread
  63. Glycyrrhizin in Licorice
  64. Saikosaponins (ODP-50 6D)
  65. Soysaponin in Soy Beans (DS-613)
  66. Curative medicine to eradicate H.Pyrori
  67. Enalapril Maleate (DS-413)
  68. Tetracycline Derivative Antibiotics
  69. Basic Drugs : Under Neutral Condition
  70. Basic Drugs : Effect of Eluent pH
  71. Basic Drugs : Effect of Ion Concentration
  72. Antifebriles (1) (DS-613)
  73. Antifebriles (2) (DM-614)
  74. Antipyretic Analgesics (ODP-50 4D)
  75. Diuretics (1) (ODP-50 4D)
  76. Diuretics (2) (DE-613)
  77. Anti Cancer Drugs (ODP-50 4D)
  78. Drugs
  79. Anti Inflammatory Drugs (1) (ODP-50 4E)
  80. Anti Inflammatory Drugs (2) (ODP-50 4E)
  81. Scopolamine and Atropine (ODP-50 4D)
  82. Tetracaine (ODP-50 4D)
  83. Effect of pH of Eluent on Elution Volume and Plate Number
  84. Procainamides (1) (DE-613)
  85. Procainamides (2) (DE-413)

Drugs in Blood and Urine:

  1. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Tricyclic Antidepressants in BSA (ODP2 HP)
  2. Analysis of Anticonvulsant in Serum (ODP2 HP)
  3. Alendronic acid
  4. Acetaminophen in serum (ODP2 HP)
  5. Risperidone in urine (ODP2 HP)
  6. Influence of Proteins in LC/MS Analysis
  7. LC/MS Analysis of Drugs in BSA (1) (ODP2 HP)
  8. LC/MS Analysis of Drugs in BSA (2) (ODP2 HP)
  9. LC/MS Analysis of drugs in Control Serum (ODP2 HP)
  10. Reproducibility in LC/MS Analysis (ODP2 HP)
  11. Influence of Flow Rate (ODP2 HP)
  12. LC/MS Analysis of Barbital in BSA (ODP2 HP-2B)
  13. Indomethacin
  14. Procainamide in Serum
  15. Theophylline in Serum
  16. Hexobarbital in Serum
  17. Phenobarbital in Serum
  18. Methamphetamine in Urine

Metabolites:

  1. Analysis of Choline and Acetylcholine (YS-50)
  2. LC/MS Analysis of Choline and Acetylcholine (VC-50 2D)
  3. Bile acid (Shodex C18-4D)
  4. Hippuric acid (Shodex C18-4D)
  5. HVA and VMA Standards
  6. Analysis of VMA and Creatinine using Column Switching Method
  7. HVA and VMA in Urine
  8. Analysis of Uric Acid and Creatinine using Column Switching Method
  9. Hippuric Acid etc. in Urine (1)
  10. Hippuric Acid etc. in Urine (2)
  11. Polyamine and Acetylated Derivatives (ODP-50 4E)
  12. Instruments for On-Column Derivatization
  13. Analysis of Polyamines by On-Column Derivertization
  14. Analysis of Histamine by On-Column Derivatization
  15. Kojic Acid

Nucleic Acids:

  1. LC/UV/MS Analysis of Oligo DNA (VN-50 2D)
  2. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : Nucleic Acids
  3. Polydenylic acid (SB-806 HQ)
  4. Purine Bases and Pyrimidine Bases (4) (DE-413)
  5. Purine Bases and Uric Acid Separation (GS-320 HQ)
  6. Purine Base in Beer (GS-320 HQ)
  7. Freshness K value (Shodex C18-4D)
  8. Nucleoside, Nucleotide (Shodex C18-4D)
  9. Nucleic acid base, Nucleoside (Shodex C18-4D)
  10. Purine Bases, Pyrimidine Bases and Nucleosides (1) (DE-613)
  11. Purine Bases, Pyrimidine Bases and Nucleosides (2) (NN-814)
  12. Bases, Nucleosides and Nucleotides
  13. Purine Bases and Pyrimidine Bases (3) (DE-613)
  14. Guanine and TryptophanGuanine and Tryptophan (DM-614, NN-814 and DE-613)
  15. Adenosine and Derivatives
  16. Nucleotides (2) (GS-320 HQ)
  17. Nucleosides (1) (GS-320 HQ)
  18. Adenine Nucleotides in Red Blood Cell
  19. Nucleotides in Food (WA-624)
  20. Oligodeoxyribonucleotides (GS-320)
  21. DNA Fragments Digested by Hae III (DEAE-420N)
  22. Transfer RNA (1) (DEAE-825)
  23. Transfer RNA (2) (SB-804 HQ)
  24. Transfer RNA (3) (SB-805 HQ)
  25. Effect of Flow Rate in Analysis of Ribosomal RNA
  26. Crude gamma Phage DNA Fragments
  27. Cyclic AMP and AMP
  28. Nucleotides (3) (WA-624)
  29. Nucleotides (4) (WA-624 pH5.0)
  30. Nucleotides (5) (WA-624)
  31. Nucleotides (8) (DEAE-825)
  32. Nucleotides (9) (WA-624 pH4.3)
  33. Nucleotides (10) (WA-624 pH5.5)

Anions and Cations:

  1. Calibration Curves (SI-35 2B)
  2. Effects of Temperature on Retention Time (SI-35 2B)
  3. LC/MS Analysis of Ionic Liquid (VC-50 2D)
  4. Analysis of Ionic Liquid (YS-50)
  5. LC/MS Analysis of Iodide (VT-50 2D)
  6. High Sensitive Analysis of Bromate by LC/MS/MS (JJ-50 2D)
  7. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Sulfamic Acid According to Testing Methods for Fertilizers (2016) (ODP2 HP-2D)
  8. Simultaneous Analysis of Nitrous Acid and Ammonium Thiocyanate According to Testing Methods for Fertilizers (2016) (NH2P-50 4E)
  9. Rapid Analysis of Anion Standards (SI-35 2B)
  10. Analysis of Sulfamic Acid and Ammonium Thiocyanate According to Testing Methods for Fertilizers (2016) (NI-424)
  11. Analysis of Tetraalkylammoniums (YS-50)
  12. Non-suppressed Ion Chromatography
  13. Ion Suppression Chromatography
  14. Anion Analysis in Lithium Salts (3) (SI-90 4E)
  15. Rapid Analysis of Oxyhalides and Anions (SI-35 4D) (2)
  16. Calibration Curves (SI-35 4D)
  17. Effects of Injection Volume (SI-35 4D)
  18. Effects of Sample Concentration on Theoretical Plate Number (SI-35 4D)
  19. Analysis of Tribasic Origanic Acids (SI-35 4D)
  20. Effects of Sodium Carbonate Concentration on Retention Time (SI-35 4D)
  21. Analysis of Sulfite in Disposable Wooden Chopsticks (SI-35 4D)
  22. Analysis of Hydrophobic Anions (I-524A)
  23. System for the Analysis of Transition Metal Ions (T-521)
  24. Effects of Column Temperature on Retention Time (SI-50 4E)
  25. Influence of Sodium Carbonate Concentration on Retention Time (SI-50 4E)
  26. Methanesulfonic Acid and Methanedisulfonic Acid (SI-35 4D)
  27. Influence of Sodium Carbonate Concentration on Retention Time (SI-90 4E)
  28. Influence of Sodium Bicarbonate Concentration on Retention Time (SI-90 4E)
  29. Polyphosphoric Acids (I-524A)
  30. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : Anions and Cations
  31. Rapid Analysis of Oxyhalides and Anions using SI-35 4D
  32. Analysis of Oxyhalides and Anions in Tap Water (SI-35 4D)
  33. Influence of Temperature on Retention Time (SI-35 4D)
  34. Analysis of Organic Acids and Oxyhalides (SI-35 4D)
  35. High sensitive analysis of perchloric acid and oxyhalides by LC/MS (JJ-50 2D)
  36. Table of Anion retention Time under Various Eluent Conditions (SI-90 4E)
  37. Perchloric Acid (SI-90 4E)
  38. Transition Metal Ions and Rare Earth Metal Ions
  39. Speciation of Chromium by LC-ICP-MS
  40. Sea Water (3) (SI-90 4E)
  41. Iodic acid (SI-52 4E)
  42. Trialkylamines (YK-421)
  43. Tetraalkylammoniums (YK-421)
  44. Urea, creatine, and creatinine (YS-50)
  45. Lithium Tetrafluoroborate (I-524A)
  46. Cation Analysis in the Presence of PEG (YS-50)
  47. Cation Analysis in the Presence of Albumin (YS-50)
  48. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (8) (Ethylenediamine Containing Sample)
  49. Effects of added acetonitrile on the retention time (SI-90 4E)
  50. Analysis of organic acids and oxyhalides (SI-52 4E)
  51. Analysis of Oxyhalides and Anions (SI-52 4E)
  52. Sulfamic acid (SI-90 4E)
  53. Anions and Organic Acids (NI-424)
  54. Effect of Crown Ethers (YS-50)
  55. Sulfamate
  56. Fluoroacetic acids
  57. Influence of Temperature on Retention Time (SI-52 4E)
  58. Regulations for Water Supply
  59. Characteristics of IC YS-50
  60. Ion Chromatography Columns
  61. Non-suppressed Ion Chromatography
  62. Dynamic Range of Column
  63. Anion Standards (8) (Eluent : Octanesulfonic Acid and Boric Acid)
  64. Effect of pH on Retention Time (1) (I-524A)
  65. Effect of Sample Load on Column Efficiency (1) (I-524A)
  66. Tap Water (3) (I-524A)
  67. Tap Water (4) (I-524A)
  68. River Water (1) (I-524A)
  69. Carbonate and Other Anions (1) (I-524A)
  70. Sulfate and Sulfite (I-524A)
  71. Polythionic Acids (I-524A)
  72. Anions in Beer
  73. Chinese Cabbage
  74. Iodic Ion in Urine
  75. Purifed Water (I-524A)
  76. Milk (I-524A)
  77. Sea Water (1) (I-524A)
  78. Sodium Azide (1) (I-524A)
  79. Anion Standards (1) (I-524A)
  80. Anion Standards (2) (I-524A)
  81. Anion Standards (3) (I-524A)
  82. Anion Standards (6) (I-524A)
  83. Anion Standards (7) (Anions and Organic Acids)
  84. Analysis of Oxyhalides (SI-52 4E)
  85. Calibration Curves for Oxyhalides (SI-52 4E)
  86. Anion Standards (22) (SI-91 4C)
  87. Anion Standards (19) (SI-90 4E)
  88. Anion Standards (20) Simultaneous Analysis of HS (-), SO3 (2-), SO4 (2-) and S2O3 (2-)
  89. Rapid Analysis of Anions (SI-90 4E)
  90. Mineral Water (2) (SI-90 4E)
  91. Low Concentration Anion Standards (3) (SI-90 4E)
  92. Effect of Temperature on Elution Time
  93. Effect of Na 2 CO 3 Concentartion on Elution Time
  94. Effect of NaHCO 3 Concentartion on Elution Time
  95. Effect of Flow Rate on Column Efficiency
  96. Anion Standards and organic acids (2) (SI-90 4E)
  97. Separation of Phosphate, Phosphtite and Hypophosphite (SI-52 4E)
  98. Sulfite in Wine (2) (SI-90 4E)
  99. Anion Standards (21) (Methane Sulfonic Acid)
  100. Sodium Azide (2) (SI-90 4E)
  101. Anion Standards and Organic Acids (3) (SI-50 4E)
  102. Bromate in Drinking Water
  103. Tap Water (7) (NI-424)
  104. River Water (3) (NI-424)
  105. Rain Water (NI-424)
  106. Effect of pH on Retention Time (NI-424)
  107. Effect of Sample Load on Column Efficiency (4) (NI-424)
  108. Linearity of Calibration Curves (NI-424)
  109. Calibration Curves for Low Concentration F –
  110. Carbonate and Other Anions (2) (NI-424)
  111. Phosphonates (NI-424)
  112. Analysis of Pyrophosphate and Tripolyphosphate
  113. Anion Standards (15) (Comparison of NI-424 and I-524A)
  114. Anion Standards (16) (NI-424: Phthalic Acid aq. Eluent)
  115. Anion Standards (17) (Hydrophobic Inorganic Ions)
  116. Anion Standards (18) (NI-424)
  117. Long Chain Alkylamines (YK-421)
  118. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (4) (Phosphoric Acid Eluent)
  119. Analysis of Tap Water (2) (YK-421) (Phsphoric Acid Eluent)
  120. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (5) (Phosphoric Acid +
  121. Alkylamines (2) (YK-421) (Phosphoric Acid + Acetonitrile)
  122. Effect of Sample Load on Plate Number (YS-50)
  123. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (7) (Eluent Containing Acetonitrile)
  124. Eluent to be Used for YS-50
  125. Separation of Na + and NH 4 + (2) (Suppressor Method)
  126. Cations and Alkylamines (YS-50)
  127. Mineral Water and Tap Water (YS-50)
  128. Sea Water (2) (YS-50)
  129. Red Wine (3) (YS-50)
  130. Simultaneous Analysis of Monovalent and Divalent Cations
  131. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (1) (YK-421)
  132. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (2) (YK-421)
  133. Tap Water (1) (YK-421)
  134. High Sensitive Detection of Cations
  135. Ethanolamines and Alkylamines
  136. Red Wine (1) (YK-421)
  137. Cations in Beer
  138. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (3) (Dipicolinic Acid + Crown Ether Eluent)
  139. Serum (YK-421)
  140. Effect of Acetonitorile Concentration on Elution Volume
  141. Red Wine (2) (T-521)
  142. Tap Water (2) (T-521)
  143. Cobalt Ion by Chemiluminescence Detection
  144. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (6) (Comparison of YS-50 and YK-421)
  145. Linearity of Calibration Curves (YS-50)
  146. Separation of Na + and NH 4 + (1) (Non-suppressor Method)
  147. Effect of Methanesulfonic Acid Concentration on Elution Time (YS-50)
  148. Effect of Flow Rate on Plate Number (YS-50)
  149. Transition Metal Ions (2) (T-521)
  150. Transition Metal Ions (3) (YS-50)
  151. Simultaneous Analysis of Carbonic ion and Seven Common Anions (SI-90 4E)
  152. Effects of Pretreatment in the Analysis of Mineral Water (SI-90 4E)
  153. Organic Acids (KC-811)
  154. Sulfite in Wine (1) (KC-811)
  155. Silicic Acid and Boric Acid (KC-811)
  156. Sulfite in Wine (3) (KC-811)
  157. Arsenic Acid and Arsenious Acid
  158. Sulfide Ion and Cyanide Ion (DEAE-825)
  159. Alkali Metal Ions
  160. Alkaline Earth Metal Ions
  161. Transition Metal Ions (1) (Y-521)
  162. Alkylamines (1) (Y-521)
  163. Tap Water and Rain Water
  164. Tap Water and Red Wine
  165. Selective Detection of Alkaline Earth Ions with Addition of EDTA

Anions (LC/MS(:

  1. LC/MS Analysis of Iodide (VT-50 2D)
  2. High Sensitive Analysis of Bromate by LC/MS/MS (JJ-50 2D)
  3. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Sulfamic Acid According to Testing Methods for Fertilizers (2016) (ODP2 HP-2D)

Anions(Non-suppressor Method: I-524A Column):

  1. Analysis of Hydrophobic Anions (I-524A)
  2. Polyphosphoric Acids (I-524A)
  3. Lithium Tetrafluoroborate (I-524A)
  4. Dynamic Range of Column
  5. Anion Standards (8) (Eluent : Octanesulfonic Acid and Boric Acid)
  6. Effect of pH on Retention Time (1) (I-524A)
  7. Effect of Sample Load on Column Efficiency (1) (I-524A)
  8. Tap Water (3) (I-524A)
  9. Tap Water (4) (I-524A)
  10. River Water (1) (I-524A)
  11. Carbonate and Other Anions (1) (I-524A)
  12. Sulfate and Sulfite (I-524A)
  13. Polythionic Acids (I-524A)
  14. Anions in Beer
  15. Chinese Cabbage
  16. Iodic Ion in Urine
  17. Purifed Water (I-524A)
  18. Milk (I-524A)
  19. Sea Water (1) (I-524A)
  20. Sodium Azide (1) (I-524A)
  21. Anion Standards (1) (I-524A)
  22. Anion Standards (2) (I-524A)
  23. Anion Standards (3) (I-524A)
  24. Anion Standards (6) (I-524A)
  25. Anion Standards (7) (Anions and Organic Acids)

Anions(Non-suppressor Method: NI-424 Column):

  1. Analysis of Sulfamic Acid and Ammonium Thiocyanate According to Testing Methods for Fertilizers (2016) (NI-424)
  2. Anions and Organic Acids (NI-424)
  3. Tap Water (7) (NI-424)
  4. River Water (3) (NI-424)
  5. Rain Water (NI-424)
  6. Effect of pH on Retention Time (NI-424)
  7. Effect of Sample Load on Column Efficiency (4) (NI-424)
  8. Linearity of Calibration Curves (NI-424)
  9. Calibration Curves for Low Concentration F –
  10. Carbonate and Other Anions (2) (NI-424)
  11. Phosphonates (NI-424)
  12. Analysis of Pyrophosphate and Tripolyphosphate
  13. Anion Standards (15) (Comparison of NI-424 and I-524A)
  14. Anion Standards (16) (NI-424: Phthalic Acid aq. Eluent)
  15. Anion Standards (17) (Hydrophobic Inorganic Ions)
  16. Anion Standards (18) (NI-424)

Pesticides & Pollutants, Endocrine Disruptors:

  1. GPC Cleanup of Samples for Pesticide Analysis (EPA 3640)
  2. LC/MS Analysis of Glyphosate and Glufosinate (VT-50 2D)
  3. Preparation Range of Agricultural Chemicals (EV2000AC-12F)
  4. LC/MS Analysis of Glyphosate and Glufosinate (VT-50 2D)
  5. Fractionation standards (EV-2000 AC)
  6. Elution volume for lipid and lipid acids (EV-2000 AC)
  7. Effects of temperature on GPC clean-up
  8. Effects of mobile phase composition on GPC clean-up
  9. GPC clean-up Sample (1) fatty tuna and beef tallow
  10. GPC clean-up Sample (2) milk and egg
  11. Ethoxyquin (ODP-50 4E)
  12. Insecticides (Neonicotinoids) analysis (DE-413)
  13. Thiuram (Shodex C18-4D)
  14. Asulam (Shodex C18-4D)
  15. Iprodione, Bensulide (Shodex C18-4D)
  16. Melamine (2) (NH2P-50 2D)
  17. Ethoxyquin
  18. Paraquat and Diquat (ES-502C 7C)
  19. Paraquat in Rat Serum (GS-320 HQ)
  20. Glyphosate and Glufosinate
  21. Analysis of Glyphosate in Serum
  22. Effect of Sample Injection Volume
  23. Elution Profile for Pesticides
  24. Effect of Eluent Components
  25. Separation with Acetone/Cyclohexane Eluent (EV-2000 AC)
  26. Separation with Ethyl Acetate/Cyclohexane Eluent (EV-2000
  27. Removing Pigment (EV-2000 AC)
  28. Recovery of Pesticides Rresiduals in Spinach
  29. Effect of Flow Rate
  30. Effect of Column Temperature
  31. Solvent Compatibility of EV-2000 (1)
  32. Solvent Compatibility of EV-2000 (2)
  33. Reproducibility of Gel Lots for EV-2000 AC
  34. Clean-UP of Diesel Dust (PAE-800 AC)
  35. Arsenic Compounds in Marine Life
  36. Arsenic Compounds (1)
  37. Arsenic Compounds (2)
  38. Dialkyltin Compounds
  39. Analysis of Haloacetic acids
  40. Analysis Method of N-Methylcarbamates
  41. Comparison of CARB-413 Column and ODS Column (1)
  42. Comparison of CARB-413 Column and ODS Column (2)
  43. Grapefruit
  44. Clean-Up with Acetonitrile Eluent (PAE-800)
  45. Clean-Up with Acetonitrile Eluent (PAE-2000)
  46. Clean-Up with Acetone Eluent (PAE-800 AC)
  47. Clean-Up with Acetone Eluent (PAE-2000 AC)
  48. Marker Samples for Acetone Eluent (PAE-800 AC)
  49. Elution Volume of Phthalic Acid Esters (PAE-800 AC)
  50. Effect of Column Size
  51. Agricultural Chemicals (1)
  52. Analysis of Agricultural Chemicals by LC/MS
  53. Agricultural Chemicals (2)
  54. Clean-UP of Bisphenol A (PAE-2000)
  55. Clean-UP of Bisphenol A (PAE-2000 AC)
  56. Bisphenol A

Anions(Non-suppressor Method: Other Columns):

  1. Simultaneous Analysis of Nitrous Acid and Ammonium Thiocyanate According to Testing Methods for Fertilizers (2016) (NH2P-50 4E)
  2. Simultaneous Analysis of Carbonic ion and Seven Common Anions (SI-90 4E)
  3. Effects of Pretreatment in the Analysis of Mineral Water (SI-90 4E)
  4. Organic Acids (KC-811)
  5. Sulfite in Wine (1) (KC-811)
  6. Silicic Acid and Boric Acid (KC-811)
  7. Sulfite in Wine (3) (KC-811)
  8. Arsenic Acid and Arsenious Acid
  9. Sulfide Ion and Cyanide Ion (DEAE-825)

Anions(Suppressor Method: SI-90, SI-50, SI-52 Columns):

  1. Calibration Curves (SI-35 2B)
  2. Effects of Temperature on Retention Time (SI-35 2B)
  3. Rapid Analysis of Anion Standards (SI-35 2B)
  4. Anion Analysis in Lithium Salts (3) (SI-90 4E)
  5. Rapid Analysis of Oxyhalides and Anions (SI-35 4D) (2)
  6. Calibration Curves (SI-35 4D)
  7. Effects of Injection Volume (SI-35 4D)
  8. Effects of Sample Concentration on Theoretical Plate Number (SI-35 4D)
  9. Analysis of Tribasic Origanic Acids (SI-35 4D)
  10. Effects of Sodium Carbonate Concentration on Retention Time (SI-35 4D)
  11. Analysis of Sulfite in Disposable Wooden Chopsticks (SI-35 4D)
  12. Effects of Column Temperature on Retention Time (SI-50 4E)
  13. Influence of Sodium Carbonate Concentration on Retention Time (SI-50 4E)
  14. Methanesulfonic Acid and Methanedisulfonic Acid (SI-35 4D)
  15. Influence of Sodium Carbonate Concentration on Retention Time (SI-90 4E)
  16. Influence of Sodium Bicarbonate Concentration on Retention Time (SI-90 4E)
  17. Rapid Analysis of Oxyhalides and Anions using SI-35 4D
  18. Analysis of Oxyhalides and Anions in Tap Water (SI-35 4D)
  19. Influence of Temperature on Retention Time (SI-35 4D)
  20. Analysis of Organic Acids and Oxyhalides (SI-35 4D)
  21. Table of Anion retention Time under Various Eluent Conditions (SI-90 4E)
  22. Perchloric Acid (SI-90 4E)
  23. Sea Water (3) (SI-90 4E)
  24. Iodic acid (SI-52 4E)
  25. Effects of added acetonitrile on the retention time (SI-90 4E)
  26. Analysis of organic acids and oxyhalides (SI-52 4E)
  27. Analysis of Oxyhalides and Anions (SI-52 4E)
  28. Sulfamic acid (SI-90 4E)
  29. Sulfamate
  30. Fluoroacetic acids
  31. Influence of Temperature on Retention Time (SI-52 4E)
  32. Analysis of Oxyhalides (SI-52 4E)
  33. Calibration Curves for Oxyhalides (SI-52 4E)
  34. Anion Standards (22) (SI-91 4C)
  35. Anion Standards (19) (SI-90 4E)
  36. Anion Standards (20) Simultaneous Analysis of HS (-), SO3 (2-), SO4 (2-) and S2O3 (2-)
  37. Rapid Analysis of Anions (SI-90 4E)
  38. Mineral Water (2) (SI-90 4E)
  39. Low Concentration Anion Standards (3) (SI-90 4E)
  40. Effect of Temperature on Elution Time
  41. Effect of Na 2 CO 3 Concentartion on Elution Time
  42. Effect of NaHCO 3 Concentartion on Elution Time
  43. Effect of Flow Rate on Column Efficiency
  44. Anion Standards and organic acids (2) (SI-90 4E)
  45. Separation of Phosphate, Phosphtite and Hypophosphite (SI-52 4E)
  46. Sulfite in Wine (2) (SI-90 4E)
  47. Anion Standards (21) (Methane Sulfonic Acid)
  48. Sodium Azide (2) (SI-90 4E)
  49. Anion Standards and Organic Acids (3) (SI-50 4E)
  50. Bromate in Drinking Water

Cations (Non-suppressor Method: YS-50 Column):

  1. Analysis of Tetraalkylammoniums (YS-50)

Cations (Simultaneous separation of monovalent and divalent cations):

  1. Trialkylamines (YK-421)
  2. Tetraalkylammoniums (YK-421)
  3. Urea, creatine, and creatinine (YS-50)
  4. Cation Analysis in the Presence of PEG (YS-50)
  5. Cation Analysis in the Presence of Albumin (YS-50)
  6. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (8) (Ethylenediamine Containing Sample)
  7. Effect of Crown Ethers (YS-50)
  8. Characteristics of IC YS-50
  9. Long Chain Alkylamines (YK-421)
  10. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (4) (Phosphoric Acid Eluent)
  11. Analysis of Tap Water (2) (YK-421) (Phsphoric Acid Eluent)
  12. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (5) (Phosphoric Acid +
  13. Alkylamines (2) (YK-421) (Phosphoric Acid + Acetonitrile)
  14. Effect of Sample Load on Plate Number (YS-50)
  15. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (7) (Eluent Containing Acetonitrile)
  16. Eluent to be Used for YS-50
  17. Separation of Na + and NH 4 + (2) (Suppressor Method)
  18. Cations and Alkylamines (YS-50)
  19. Mineral Water and Tap Water (YS-50)
  20. Sea Water (2) (YS-50)
  21. Red Wine (3) (YS-50)
  22. Simultaneous Analysis of Monovalent and Divalent Cations
  23. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (1) (YK-421)
  24. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (2) (YK-421)
  25. Tap Water (1) (YK-421)
  26. High Sensitive Detection of Cations
  27. Ethanolamines and Alkylamines
  28. Red Wine (1) (YK-421)
  29. Cations in Beer
  30. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (3) (Dipicolinic Acid + Crown Ether Eluent)
  31. Serum (YK-421)
  32. Effect of Acetonitorile Concentration on Elution Volume
  33. Monovalent and Divalent Cation Standards (6) (Comparison of YS-50 and YK-421)
  34. Linearity of Calibration Curves (YS-50)
  35. Separation of Na + and NH 4 + (1) (Non-suppressor Method)
  36. Effect of Methanesulfonic Acid Concentration on Elution Time (YS-50)
  37. Effect of Flow Rate on Plate Number (YS-50)

Cations(Y-521):

  1. Alkali Metal Ions
  2. Alkaline Earth Metal Ions
  3. Transition Metal Ions (1) (Y-521)
  4. Alkylamines (1) (Y-521)
  5. Tap Water and Rain Water
  6. Tap Water and Red Wine
  7. Selective Detection of Alkaline Earth Ions with Addition of EDTA

Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection:

  1. Non-suppressed Ion Chromatography
  2. Ion Suppression Chromatography
  3. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : Anions and Cations
  4. Ion Chromatography Columns
  5. Non-suppressed Ion Chromatography

Transition Metal Ions and Rare Earth Metal Ions:

  1. System for the Analysis of Transition Metal Ions (T-521)
  2. Speciation of Chromium by LC-ICP-MS
  3. Red Wine (2) (T-521)
  4. Tap Water (2) (T-521)
  5. Cobalt Ion by Chemiluminescence Detection
  6. Transition Metal Ions (2) (T-521)
  7. Transition Metal Ions (3) (YS-50)

Vitamins, Hormones and Lipids:

  1. Analysis of Ascorbic Acid Injection According to USP Method (DM-614)
  2. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Histamine and Histidine (VC-50 2D)
  3. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Monoamine Neurotransmitters (VC-50 2D)
  4. Analysis of Estrogen (C18P 4D)
  5. LC/MS Aanalysis of Pantothenic Acid and Vitamin C (VT-50 2D)
  6. Simultaneous Analysis of Water-Soluble Vitamins (DE-413L)
  7. Analysis of Fatty Acids with Corona CAD (DS-613)
  8. Fatty Acids (DS-413)
  9. Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection : Vitamins, Hormones and Lipids
  10. Water-Soluble Vitamins (5) (NH2P-50 4E)
  11. Fat-soluble vitamin (Shodex C18-4D)
  12. Catecholamine (Shodex C18-4D)
  13. Simultaneous analysis of Vitamin E homologs
  14. LC/MS/MS monitoring of the Estradiol metabolism
  15. Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (DS-413)
  16. Plasma Lipoproteins (1) (SB-805 HQ)
  17. Fatty Acids (2) (F-411)
  18. Fatty Acids (3) (DE-413)
  19. Fatty Acids (4) (RP18-413)
  20. Fatty Acids (5) Reversed Phased
  21. Fatty Acids (6) (KF-402HQ)
  22. LTs (Leukotrienes) (ODP-50 6D)
  23. LTs Produced by Polymorphonuclear Leukocyte of Rat (ODP-50 6D)
  24. HEETs (Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic Acids)
  25. HEETs Produced by Polymorphonuclear Leukocyte of Rat
  26. Ascorbic Acid and Uric Acid in Liquor Cerebronspinalis
  27. Ascorbic Acid in Urine
  28. Fat-Soluble Vitamins (1) (ODP-50 4E)
  29. Fat-Soluble Vitamins (3) (KF-801)
  30. Water-Soluble Vitamins (3) (NN-814)
  31. Water-Soluble Vitamins (4) (DM-614)
  32. Vitamin B 1
  33. Vitamin B 6 (1) (ODP-50 6D)
  34. Vitamin B 12 (SB-802.5 HQ)
  35. Vitamin C (1) (KC-811)
  36. Vitamin C (2) (NH2P-50 4E)
  37. Vitamin C (3) (NH2P-50 4E)
  38. Vitamin D
  39. Vitamin E
  40. Carnitine
  41. Riboflavin (Vitamin B 2 )
  42. Hydroxyriboflavin and Riboflavin in Urine
  43. Nicotinic Acid in Strawberry Jam (NH2P-50 4E)
  44. Food Containing Vitamins (DE-413)
  45. Nutrient Beverage (DE-413)
  46. Soft Drink Containing Vitamin C (NH2P-50 4E)
  47. Margarine (KF-801)
  48. Ascorbic Acid and Uric Acid in Blood
  49. Water-Soluble Vitamins (1) (DE-413)
  50. Androgen
  51. Catecholamines (1) (DE-613)
  52. Catecholamines (3) (ES-502C 7C)
  53. Catecholamines in Urine (ES-502C 7C)
  54. Catecholamine and Salsolinol
  55. Catecholamines and Metabolites (1) (ODP-50 6D)
  56. Gibberellin Homologues
  57. Gibberellin Isomers
  58. Isolation of Ecdyson from Vitex Fiherii
  59. Adrenal Cortical Hormones (1) (SB-802.5 HQ)
  60. Adrenal Cortical Hormones (2) (GF-310 HQ)
  61. Steroids (SB-802.5 HQ)

Column Switching:

  1. Features of LB-800 Series (Comparison of Baseline Noise with Using MALS Detector)
  2. Ratio of Deproteinization
  3. Column for Column Switching Method
  4. On-line Surfactant Removal (GF-4A)
  5. BSA analysis in surfactant (on-line surfactant removal)
  6. System Diagram

HPLC Troubleshooting:

  1. USP 38 Column List
  2. Packing Materials for Shodex Packed Columns
  3. Rise in Pressure
  4. Noise in Baseline
  5. Abnormal Peak Shape
  6. Fluctuation in Elution Time
  7. Fluctuation in Baseline

DNA, RNA:

  1. Polydenylic acid (SB-806 HQ)
  2. DNA Fragments Digested by Hae III (DEAE-420N)
  3. Transfer RNA (1) (DEAE-825)
  4. Transfer RNA (2) (SB-804 HQ)
  5. Transfer RNA (3) (SB-805 HQ)
  6. Effect of Flow Rate in Analysis of Ribosomal RNA
  7. Crude gamma Phage DNA Fragments

Nucleotides and Isomers:

  1. Cyclic AMP and AMP
  2. Nucleotides (3) (WA-624)
  3. Nucleotides (4) (WA-624 pH5.0)
  4. Nucleotides (5) (WA-624)
  5. Nucleotides (8) (DEAE-825)
  6. Nucleotides (9) (WA-624 pH4.3)
  7. Nucleotides (10) (WA-624 pH5.5)

Oligonucleic Acids:

  1. LC/UV/MS Analysis of Oligo DNA (VN-50 2D)
  2. Oligodeoxyribonucleotides (GS-320)

Purine Bases, Pyrimidine Bases, Nucleosides and Nucleotides:

  1. Purine Bases and Pyrimidine Bases (4) (DE-413)
  2. Purine Bases and Uric Acid Separation (GS-320 HQ)
  3. Purine Base in Beer (GS-320 HQ)
  4. Freshness K value (Shodex C18-4D)
  5. Nucleoside, Nucleotide (Shodex C18-4D)
  6. Nucleic acid base, Nucleoside (Shodex C18-4D)
  7. Purine Bases, Pyrimidine Bases and Nucleosides (1) (DE-613)
  8. Purine Bases, Pyrimidine Bases and Nucleosides (2) (NN-814)
  9. Bases, Nucleosides and Nucleotides
  10. Purine Bases and Pyrimidine Bases (3) (DE-613)
  11. Guanine and TryptophanGuanine and Tryptophan (DM-614, NN-814 and DE-613)
  12. Adenosine and Derivatives
  13. Nucleotides (2) (GS-320 HQ)
  14. Nucleosides (1) (GS-320 HQ)
  15. Adenine Nucleotides in Red Blood Cell
  16. Nucleotides in Food (WA-624)

Other Applications:

  1. Benzaldehyde Inhibitors of Fermentation
  2. Analysis of Various Tween Type Surfactants (GF-210 HQ)
  3. LC/MS Analysis of Tween Type Surfactants in IgG (ODP2 HP-2D)
  4. Method Optimization for The Simultaneous Analysis of Anionic and Non-ionic Surfactants (GF-210 HQ)
  5. Ochratoxin (C18M 4D)
  6. Aflatoxin M1 (C18M 4E)
  7. LC/MS Analysis of Haloacetic Acids JJ-50 2D
  8. LC/MS Analysis of Choline and Acetylcholine YS-50
  9. Triton X-100 (GF-310 HQ)
  10. Ketones (DS-413)
  11. LC/MS Analysis of Melamine and Cyanuric Acid
  12. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Creatine and Related Substances (NH2P-40 2D)
  13. Triton X-100 (DS-413)
  14. Feature of High Temperature Analysis (4) (Reduction of Organic Solvent)
  15. Analysis of Zearalenone (C18M 4E)
  16. Glycerides (3) (DMF Eluent)
  17. Analysis of Pochonicine and Its Aanalogues in Filamentous Fungi Culture Extract
  18. Cyanide ion and cyanogen chloride (KC-811)
  19. Analysis of diarrheic shellfish poison and lipid soluble shellfish poison
  20. DNPH derivative aldehydes (ODP-50 4D)
  21. Amides (5) (DE-413)
  22. Polyoxethylene sorbitan monoleate (GF-310)
  23. 1, 5-dihydroxyanthraquinone (Shodex C18-4D)
  24. Acetylacetone (Shodex C18-4D)
  25. Analysis of Humic Substances by SEC (SB-805 HQ)
  26. Brij® 30 (Polyoxyethylene (4) Lauryl Ether) (2)
  27. Analysis of Gelatine by PAGI method II
  28. Brij® 52 (Polyoxyethylene(2) Cetyl Ether)
  29. IGEPAL® CA-210 (Polyoxyethylene(2) Isooctylphenyl Ether)
  30. Feature of High Temperature Analysis
  31. Arbutin (Shodex C18-4D)
  32. Feature of High Temperature Analysis (1) (High Resolution)
  33. Feature of High Temperature Analysis (2) (Suitable Flow Rate)
  34. Feature of High Temperature Analysis (3) (Fast Analysis)
  35. Analysis of Moisturizing Agents (SC1211)
  36. Analysis of Rare Sugar (1) (SP0810)
  37. Synthetic Food Colorants (High-temperature Reversed Phase Analysis)
  38. Melamine (1)
  39. Glycerin and Glyceric Acid Analysis (SH1011)
  40. Imidazoles
  41. Influence of Sample Injection Volume (ODP2 HP)
  42. Influence of Temperature (ODP2 HP)
  43. Influence of Organic Solvent in Eluent (ODP2 HP)
  44. Cyanate and Carbamyl Phosphate
  45. Polyphosphates (2) (SB-802.5HQ)
  46. Polyphosphates (3) (GS-220 HQ)
  47. Polyphosphates (4) (GS-220 HQ)
  48. Hydrogen Peroxide
  49. Chelating Reagents (1) (I-524A)
  50. Chelating Reagents (2) (NI-424)
  51. Chelating Compounds (ODP-40)
  52. Hydantoins
  53. Amides (2) (Comparison of Reversed Phase Columns)
  54. Amides (3) (DE-413)
  55. Amides (4) (DE-413)
  56. Aldehydes
  57. Conjugated Lipid (1) (Lecithin from Soybean)
  58. Conjugated Lipid (2) (L-α-Phosphatidylethanolamine,Dioleoyl) (GF-310 HQ)
  59. Mild Hydrolysates of Allosamidin (ES-502C 7C)
  60. 5-(Hydroxymethyl)Furfural in Fruit Juice
  61. Analysis of Choline and Acetylcholine
  62. Elution Volume of Nucleic Acid
  63. ATP Related Substances in Scallops
  64. ATP Related Substances in Muscle of Sea Food
  65. Permanent Wave Solution (NN-814)
  66. Aliphatic Alcohols (1) (SH1011, SH1821)
  67. Aliphatic Alcohols (2) (DE-613)
  68. Aliphatic Alcohols (3) (ODP, C8P, C4P)
  69. Aliphatic Alcohols (4) (KC-811)
  70. Aliphatic Alcohols (5) (SC1211)
  71. Aliphatic Alcohols (6) (SH1011)
  72. Diols
  73. Aromatic Alcohols
  74. Amino Alcohols (1) (KD-802 + KD-801)
  75. Ketones (1) (RP18-413)
  76. Ketones (2) (DE-413)
  77. Features of RSpak DE Series (4) Reproducibility between Production Lots)
  78. Features of RSpak DE Series (5) (Selection of HPLC System)
  79. Features of RSpak DE Series (6) (Effect of Flow Rate on Column Efficiency)
  80. Features of RSpak DE Series (7) (Effect of Sample Load on Column Efficiency)
  81. Detection Limit of Cyanide
  82. Total Cyanide in River Water (DEAE-825)
  83. Analysis of Gelatine by PAGI Method I
  84. Molecular Weight Distribution of Gelatin Extract (1)
  85. Molecular Weight Distribution of Gelatin Extract (2)
  86. Proteins in Normal Human Serum
  87. Albumin Analysis (Comparison of Multimode Column with GFC Column)
  88. Mercaptpalbumin and Nonmercaptoalbumin by Ion Exchange Chromatography
  89. Human Mercaptoalbumin and Human Nonmercaptoalbumin in Human Serum
  90. Short-Time Analysis of Human Serum
  91. Analysis of Serum in Multiple Myeloma Patients
  92. Aflatoxins
  93. Mycotoxins of Trichothecene Type (C18M 4E)
  94. Sodium Polyoxyethylene Alkyl Ether Sulfoxide
  95. Mixture of Nonylphenoxy Carboxylic Acids
  96. Benzalkonium Chloride (1) (GF-310 HQ)
  97. Benzalkonium Chloride (2) (GS-310 7G)
  98. Benzalkonium Chloride (3) (SB-802.5 HQ)
  99. Trimethylalkylammonium Chlorides
  100. Trimethylbenzylammonium Chloride
  101. Microchemical Analysis of Cationic Surfactants
  102. Simultaneous Analysis of Anionic and Non-ionic Surfactants
  103. Nonionic and Ionic Surfactants (1)
  104. Octylphenol Ethoxylate
  105. Polyoxyethylene Lauryl Ether
  106. Polyoxyethylene Cetyl Ether
  107. Effect of Organic Solvent Concentration (1)
  108. Effect of Organic Solvent Concentration (2)
  109. Effect of Organic Solvents
  110. Degree of POE Polymerization
  111. Effect of Temperature
  112. Comparison with ODS Column (1)
  113. Comparison with ODS Column (2)
  114. Comparison with ODS Column (3)
  115. Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance (HLB)
  116. Glycerides (1) (Chloroform Eluent)
  117. Glycerides (2) (THF Eluent)
  118. Triglycerides
  119. Triton X-100 (1) (RP18-613)
  120. Triton X-100 (2) (SB-802.5 HQ)
  121. Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate (1)
  122. Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate (2)
  123. Sodium Alkylsulfonates
  124. Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (1) (GF-310 HQ)
  125. Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (2) (GF-310 4E)
  126. Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (3) (GF-310 4E)
  127. Miscellaneous

Alcohols / Amino Alcohols / Ketones:

  1. Ketones (DS-413)
  2. Acetylacetone (Shodex C18-4D)
  3. Analysis of Moisturizing Agents (SC1211)
  4. Analysis of Rare Sugar (1) (SP0810)
  5. Glycerin and Glyceric Acid Analysis (SH1011)
  6. Aliphatic Alcohols (1) (SH1011, SH1821)
  7. Aliphatic Alcohols (2) (DE-613)
  8. Aliphatic Alcohols (3) (ODP, C8P, C4P)
  9. Aliphatic Alcohols (4) (KC-811)
  10. Aliphatic Alcohols (5) (SC1211)
  11. Aliphatic Alcohols (6) (SH1011)
  12. Diols
  13. Aromatic Alcohols
  14. Amino Alcohols (1) (KD-802 + KD-801)
  15. Ketones (1) (RP18-413)
  16. Ketones (2) (DE-413)
  17. Features of RSpak DE Series (4) Reproducibility between Production Lots)
  18. Features of RSpak DE Series (5) (Selection of HPLC System)
  19. Features of RSpak DE Series (6) (Effect of Flow Rate on Column Efficiency)
  20. Features of RSpak DE Series (7) (Effect of Sample Load on Column Efficiency)

Choline and Acetylcholine / Taste Components / Organic Acids for Permanent Wave Solution:

  1. Analysis of Choline and Acetylcholine
  2. Elution Volume of Nucleic Acid
  3. ATP Related Substances in Scallops
  4. ATP Related Substances in Muscle of Sea Food
  5. Permanent Wave Solution (NN-814)

Cyanide:

  1. Cyanide ion and cyanogen chloride (KC-811)
  2. Detection Limit of Cyanide
  3. Total Cyanide in River Water (DEAE-825)

Feature of High Temperature Analysis:

  1. Feature of High Temperature Analysis (4) (Reduction of Organic Solvent)
  2. Feature of High Temperature Analysis (1) (High Resolution)
  3. Feature of High Temperature Analysis (2) (Suitable Flow Rate)
  4. Feature of High Temperature Analysis (3) (Fast Analysis)

Gelatin / Albumin:

  1. Analysis of Gelatine by PAGI method II
  2. Analysis of Gelatine by PAGI Method I
  3. Molecular Weight Distribution of Gelatin Extract (1)
  4. Molecular Weight Distribution of Gelatin Extract (2)
  5. Proteins in Normal Human Serum
  6. Albumin Analysis (Comparison of Multimode Column with GFC Column)
  7. Mercaptpalbumin and Nonmercaptoalbumin by Ion Exchange Chromatography
  8. Human Mercaptoalbumin and Human Nonmercaptoalbumin in Human Serum
  9. Short-Time Analysis of Human Serum
  10. Analysis of Serum in Multiple Myeloma Patients

Mycotoxins:

  1. Ochratoxin (C18M 4D)
  2. Aflatoxin M1 (C18M 4E)
  3. Analysis of Zearalenone (C18M 4E)
  4. Aflatoxins
  5. Mycotoxins of Trichothecene Type (C18M 4E)

Others:

  1. Benzaldehyde Inhibitors of Fermentation
  2. LC/MS Analysis of Melamine and Cyanuric Acid
  3. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Creatine and Related Substances (NH2P-40 2D)
  4. Amides (5) (DE-413)
  5. 1, 5-dihydroxyanthraquinone (Shodex C18-4D)
  6. Analysis of Humic Substances by SEC (SB-805 HQ)
  7. Arbutin (Shodex C18-4D)
  8. Synthetic Food Colorants (High-temperature Reversed Phase Analysis)
  9. Melamine (1)
  10. Imidazoles
  11. Cyanate and Carbamyl Phosphate
  12. Polyphosphates (2) (SB-802.5HQ)
  13. Polyphosphates (3) (GS-220 HQ)
  14. Polyphosphates (4) (GS-220 HQ)
  15. Hydrogen Peroxide
  16. Chelating Reagents (1) (I-524A)
  17. Chelating Reagents (2) (NI-424)
  18. Chelating Compounds (ODP-40)
  19. Hydantoins
  20. Amides (2) (Comparison of Reversed Phase Columns)
  21. Amides (3) (DE-413)
  22. Amides (4) (DE-413)
  23. Aldehydes
  24. Conjugated Lipid (1) (Lecithin from Soybean)
  25. Conjugated Lipid (2) (L-α-Phosphatidylethanolamine,Dioleoyl) (GF-310 HQ)
  26. Mild Hydrolysates of Allosamidin (ES-502C 7C)
  27. 5-(Hydroxymethyl)Furfural in Fruit Juice

Surfactants:

  1. Analysis of Various Tween Type Surfactants (GF-210 HQ)
  2. LC/MS Analysis of Tween Type Surfactants in IgG (ODP2 HP-2D)
  3. Method Optimization for The Simultaneous Analysis of Anionic and Non-ionic Surfactants (GF-210 HQ)
  4. Triton X-100 (GF-310 HQ)
  5. Triton X-100 (DS-413)
  6. Glycerides (3) (DMF Eluent)
  7. Polyoxethylene sorbitan monoleate (GF-310)
  8. Brij® 30 (Polyoxyethylene (4) Lauryl Ether) (2)
  9. Brij® 52 (Polyoxyethylene(2) Cetyl Ether)
  10. IGEPAL® CA-210 (Polyoxyethylene(2) Isooctylphenyl Ether)
  11. Sodium Polyoxyethylene Alkyl Ether Sulfoxide
  12. Mixture of Nonylphenoxy Carboxylic Acids
  13. Benzalkonium Chloride (1) (GF-310 HQ)
  14. Benzalkonium Chloride (2) (GS-310 7G)
  15. Benzalkonium Chloride (3) (SB-802.5 HQ)
  16. Trimethylalkylammonium Chlorides
  17. Trimethylbenzylammonium Chloride
  18. Microchemical Analysis of Cationic Surfactants
  19. Simultaneous Analysis of Anionic and Non-ionic Surfactants
  20. Nonionic and Ionic Surfactants (1)
  21. Octylphenol Ethoxylate
  22. Polyoxyethylene Lauryl Ether
  23. Polyoxyethylene Cetyl Ether
  24. Effect of Organic Solvent Concentration (1)
  25. Effect of Organic Solvent Concentration (2)
  26. Effect of Organic Solvents
  27. Degree of POE Polymerization
  28. Effect of Temperature
  29. Comparison with ODS Column (1)
  30. Comparison with ODS Column (2)
  31. Comparison with ODS Column (3)
  32. Hydrophile-Lipophile Balance (HLB)
  33. Glycerides (1) (Chloroform Eluent)
  34. Glycerides (2) (THF Eluent)
  35. Triglycerides
  36. Triton X-100 (1) (RP18-613)
  37. Triton X-100 (2) (SB-802.5 HQ)
  38. Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate (1)
  39. Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate (2)
  40. Sodium Alkylsulfonates
  41. Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (1) (GF-310 HQ)
  42. Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (2) (GF-310 4E)
  43. Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (3) (GF-310 4E)

Agricultural Chemicals:

  1. Thiuram (Shodex C18-4D)
  2. Asulam (Shodex C18-4D)
  3. Iprodione, Bensulide (Shodex C18-4D)
  4. Agricultural Chemicals (1)
  5. Analysis of Agricultural Chemicals by LC/MS
  6. Agricultural Chemicals (2)

Bisphenol A:

  1. Clean-UP of Bisphenol A (PAE-2000)
  2. Clean-UP of Bisphenol A (PAE-2000 AC)
  3. Bisphenol A

Environmental Pollutants:

  1. Melamine (2) (NH2P-50 2D)
  2. Clean-UP of Diesel Dust (PAE-800 AC)
  3. Arsenic Compounds in Marine Life
  4. Arsenic Compounds (1)
  5. Arsenic Compounds (2)
  6. Dialkyltin Compounds
  7. Analysis of Haloacetic acids

GPC Clean-Up of Pesticides Residuals in Foods:

  1. Preparation Range of Agricultural Chemicals (EV2000AC-12F)
  2. Fractionation standards (EV-2000 AC)
  3. Elution volume for lipid and lipid acids (EV-2000 AC)
  4. Effects of temperature on GPC clean-up
  5. Effects of mobile phase composition on GPC clean-up
  6. GPC clean-up Sample (1) fatty tuna and beef tallow
  7. GPC clean-up Sample (2) milk and egg
  8. Effect of Sample Injection Volume
  9. Elution Profile for Pesticides
  10. Effect of Eluent Components
  11. Separation with Acetone/Cyclohexane Eluent (EV-2000 AC)
  12. Separation with Ethyl Acetate/Cyclohexane Eluent (EV-2000
  13. Removing Pigment (EV-2000 AC)
  14. Recovery of Pesticides Rresiduals in Spinach
  15. Effect of Flow Rate
  16. Effect of Column Temperature
  17. Solvent Compatibility of EV-2000 (1)
  18. Solvent Compatibility of EV-2000 (2)
  19. Reproducibility of Gel Lots for EV-2000 AC

GPC Clean-Up of Phthalic Acid Esters:

  1. GPC Cleanup of Samples for Pesticide Analysis (EPA 3640)
  2. Clean-Up with Acetonitrile Eluent (PAE-800)
  3. Clean-Up with Acetonitrile Eluent (PAE-2000)
  4. Clean-Up with Acetone Eluent (PAE-800 AC)
  5. Clean-Up with Acetone Eluent (PAE-2000 AC)
  6. Marker Samples for Acetone Eluent (PAE-800 AC)
  7. Elution Volume of Phthalic Acid Esters (PAE-800 AC)
  8. Effect of Column Size

N-Methylcarbamates:

  1. Analysis Method of N-Methylcarbamates
  2. Comparison of CARB-413 Column and ODS Column (1)
  3. Comparison of CARB-413 Column and ODS Column (2)
  4. Grapefruit

Other Pesticides:

  1. LC/MS Analysis of Glyphosate and Glufosinate (VT-50 2D)
  2. LC/MS Analysis of Glyphosate and Glufosinate (VT-50 2D)
  3. Ethoxyquin (ODP-50 4E)
  4. Ethoxyquin
  5. Paraquat and Diquat (ES-502C 7C)
  6. Paraquat in Rat Serum (GS-320 HQ)
  7. Glyphosate and Glufosinate
  8. Analysis of Glyphosate in Serum

Additives in Hydrophobic Polymers:

  1. Analysis of High Molecular Weight Hindered Amine Light Stabilizers (HALS) (GF-310 HQ)
  2. Analysis of Residual epsilon-Caprolactam in Nylon 6
  3. Alkylbenzenes (DS-413)
  4. Phthalates and Alkylbenzenes (1) (KF-801)
  5. Phthalates (DS-613)
  6. Alkylbenzenes (6) (RP18-613)
  7. Effect of Flow Rate on Plate Number
  8. Recycle Analysis of Impurity in Resin
  9. Analysis of Antioxidant in Polystyrene (GPC/MS)
  10. Analysis of Irganox 1010 in Cup of Instant Noodles (Styrene Foam)
  11. Simultaneous Analysis of Various Additives of Polymer in Polystyrene (GPC/MS)

Basic Information on GPC:

  1. Features of High Temperature SEC Column
  2. To Realize Pure GPC Mode
  3. Solubilities of Solvents
  4. Physical Chemistry Properties of Solvents
  5. Polarities of Solvents

Calibration Curves:

  1. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Methanol Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  2. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  3. Calibration Curves for GS-HQ Series Aqueous Eluent: PEG, PEO
  4. Calibration Curves for GS-HQ Series Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan
  5. Calibration Curve for K-800 series
  6. Calibration curves for organic SEC
  7. Monovalent and Divalent Cations in River Water (Etylenediamine EDA)
  8. Monovalent and Divalent Cations in Tap Water (Etylenediamine EDA)
  9. Titration Curve of IEC DEAE-825
  10. Calibration Curve for SB-807 HQ (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  11. Titration Curve of IEC QA-825
  12. Calibration Curves of KW400-4F (3) (PEG, PEO)
  13. Calibration Curves of KW400-4F (2) (Proteins)
  14. Calibration Curves of Hydrophilic Polymers (2) (Sodium Polyacrylate)
  15. Calibration Curves of Hydrophilic Polymers (3) (Poly(Sodium Methacrylate))
  16. Comparison of Calibration Curves for Down-sized GPC Columns (HFIP Eluent: PMMA)
  17. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PS)
  18. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  19. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PMMA)
  20. Calibration Curves for SB-806M HQ (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan, PEG and PEO)
  21. Calibration Curves for SB-806M HQ (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO and PS)
  22. Comparison of Calibration Curves for KD-800 Series and SB-800 HQ Series (DMF Eluent)
  23. Comparison of Calibration Curves for KD-802.5 and SB-802.5 HQ (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO and PS)
  24. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: Proteins)
  25. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Chloroform Eluent: PS)
  26. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  27. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PS)
  28. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  29. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (DMF Eluent: PMMA)
  30. Calibration Curve for GF-510 HQ + GF-310 HQ (THF Eluent: PS)
  31. Calibration Curve for GF-510 HQ + GF-310 HQ (DMF Eluent: PS)
  32. Calibration Curve for GF-710 HQ (Methanol Eluent: PEG and PEO)
  33. Calibration Curves for UT-800 Series
  34. Calibration Curves for HT-800 Series (THF Eluent: PS)
  35. Calibration Curves for HT-806M and AT-806M
  36. Calibration Curves of Hydrophilic Polymers (1) (Sodium Poly(Styrene Sulfonate))
  37. Calibration Curves for KF-800 Series
  38. Effect of Solvent-Peak Separation Column on Calibration Curve
  39. Calibration Curves for KF-600 Series
  40. Calibration Curves for KF-400HQ Series (1) (Low Molecular Weight)
  41. Calibration Curves for KF-806L (Various Eluents: PS)
  42. Comparison of Caliburation Curves for LF-404 and LF-604
  43. Calibration Curve for LF-604 (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  44. Calibration Curve for LF-604 (NMP Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  45. Calibration Curve for LF-604 (NMP Eluent: PS)
  46. Calibration Curves for KD-800 Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  47. Calibration Curves for HFIP-800 Series (HFIP Eluent: PMMA)
  48. Calibration Curves for HFIP-600 Series (HFIP Eluent: PMMA)
  49. Calibration Curves for KW-800 Series
  50. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  51. Calibration Curves for SB-800 HQ Series (Aqueous Eluent: PEO, PEG)

Cationic Polymers:

  1. Measurement of Molecular Weight Distribution of Poly(Diallyl Dimethyl Ammonium Chloride) (SB-806M HQ)
  2. Measurement of Molecular Weight Distribution of Poly(Allylamine) Hydrochloride (SB-806M HQ)
  3. Measurement of Molecular Weight Distribution of Poly(Ethylene Imine) (SB-806M HQ)

Column Connection and Linear Type Columns:

  1. Column Connection and Linear Type Columns
  2. Calibration Curves for KF-800L Series
  3. Calibration Curves for K-800L Series
  4. Comparison of Calibration Curves: Linear Type and Mixed Gel Typ
  5. Comparison of Calibration Curves: Linear Type and Column Connection
  6. Comparison of Calibration Curves: Linear Type and Conventional Type
  7. Comparison of Separation: Linear Type and Column Connection
  8. Comparison of Separation: Linear Type and Conventional Type (1)
  9. Comparison of Separation: Linear Type and Conventional Type (2)

Downsized Columns KF-600:

  1. Styrene Allylalcohol Copolymer (2) (KF-606M)
  2. Vinyl Chloride Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (2) (KF-606M)
  3. Polyimide: NMP Eluent
  4. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (5) (NMP Eluent)
  5. Comparison of KF-602 and KF-802
  6. Effect of Temperature (KF-602)
  7. Effect of Flow Rate (KF-602)
  8. Effect of Sample Concentration (KF-606M)
  9. Effect of Injection Volume (KF-606M)
  10. Polystyrene Standards (11) (KF-601)
  11. Polystyrene Standards (12) (KF-602)
  12. Polystyrene Standards (13) (KF-602.5)
  13. Polystyrene Standards (14) (KF-603)
  14. Polystyrene Standards (15) (KF-604)
  15. Polystyrene Standards (16) (KF-606M)
  16. Polystyrene Standards (18) RAPRA, NBS 706 (KF-606M)
  17. Epoxy Resin
  18. Poly(Dimethylsiloxane): Toluene Eluent
  19. Cellulose Acetate (2) (KF-606M)
  20. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (2) (DMF Eluent: KF-806M)
  21. Styrene Acrylonitrile Copolymer (2) (KF-606M)

Guidelines for Shodex Column Selection: Synthetic Polymers:

  1. Organic SEC (GPC) Columns : Rapid Analysis
  2. Hydrophobicity of Columns

Hydrophilic Polymers:

  1. Colominic Acid (SB-804 HQ)
  2. Polyvinylpyrrolidone (3) (NaCl aq./CH3CN Eluent) (SB-806M HQ)
  3. Calibration Curves for LB-800 Series (Aqueous Eluent: Pullulan)
  4. Polyvinylpyrrolidone (6) (NaCl aq./CH3CN Eluent) (SB-806M HQ)
  5. Sodium Dextran Sulfate (SB-806M HQ)
  6. Effect of Sample Load (Pullulan)
  7. Influence of Salt Concentration on Retention Time of PEG with GF-310 HQ and GS-320 HQ
  8. Comparison of Chromatogram of PEG Mixtures
  9. Influence of Analysis of PEG Mixtures with GF-310 HQ by Composition of Eluent
  10. Influence of Analysis of PEG Mixtures with GF-320 HQ by Composition of Eluent
  11. Polyacrylamide (3) (Comparison with SB-807 HQ and SB-806 HQ)
  12. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (9) (GS-220 HQ)
  13. Poly(Ethylene Oxide) and Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (1) (SB-804 HQ)
  14. Selection of Column (1) (Sodium Poly(Styrene Sulfonate))
  15. Calibration Curves of Hydrophilic Polymers (2) (Sodium Polyacrylate)
  16. Selection of Column (3) (Poly(Sodium Methacrylate))
  17. Hydroxyethyl Cellulose (2) (SB-805 HQ)
  18. Dextran (1) (SB-805 HQ)
  19. Dextran (2) (DMSO Eluent) (KF-806M)
  20. Dextran (3) (SB-806M HQ)
  21. Dextran Sulfate
  22. Poly(Ethyleneimine) (SB-804 HQ + SB-803 HQ)
  23. Polyacrylamide (1) (SB-805 HQ)
  24. Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) (2) (Aqueous Eluent) (SB-803 HQ + SB-806 HQ)
  25. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (3) (NaNO 3 /CH 3 CN Eluent) (SB-805)
  26. Sodium Polyacrylate (1) (SB-803 HQ + SB-802 HQ)
  27. Optimization of Mobile Phase for the Analysis of Sodium Polyacrylate (GF-7M HQ)
  28. Poly(Sodium Methacrylate) (GF-710 HQ)
  29. Sodium Poly(Styrene Sulfonate) (1) (GF-510 HQ)
  30. Sodium Poly(Styrene Sulfonate) (2) (GF-7M HQ)
  31. Influence of Column Temperature on Retention Time of PEG (GF-310 HQ and GS320 HQ)
  32. Pullulan Standards (1) (SB-804 HQ)
  33. Pullulan Standards (2) (GF-310 HQ)
  34. Pullulan Standards (3) (GF-710 HQ)
  35. Pullulan Standards (4) (Effect of Flow Rate) (SB-2002.5)
  36. Pullulan Standards (5) (Effect of Temperature) (SB-2002.5)
  37. Pullulan Standards (7) (GS-220 HQ)
  38. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (6) (DE-613)
  39. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (7) (SB-2002.5)
  40. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (8) (SB-802.5 HQ)

Hydrophobic Oligomers:

  1. PEEK Oligomer (K-802)
  2. PET Oligomer
  3. Epoxy Resin Oligomer (KF-803 + KF-802.5)
  4. Effect of Flow Rate on Elution Pattern
  5. Effect of Column Length on Elution Pattern

Hydrophobic Polymers: Chloroform Eluent:

  1. Biodegradable Polymer (3) (Polylactic Acid) (K-805L)
  2. Biodegradable Polymer (3) (Polylactic Acid) (K-805L)
  3. Low MW Polydimethylsiloxane (Chloroform) (K-801)
  4. Low molecule Polydimethylsiloxane (Eluent: Chloroform)
  5. Polystyrene Standards (8) (K-804L)
  6. Polystyrene Standards (17) (K-806M)
  7. Epoxy Resin (2) (K-803L)
  8. Poly(o-Cresyl Glycidyl Ether)-co-Formaldehyde (GF-310 HQ)
  9. Poly(Ether Ether Ketone) (K-806M)
  10. Poly(Butylene Terephthalate) (2) (Eluent: Chloroform) (K-806M)
  11. Biodegradable Polymer (2) (Polylactic Acid) (LF-604)
  12. Liquid Paraffin (KF-401HQ)

Hydrophobic Polymers: DMF Eluent:

  1. Calibration Curves for HK-400 Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  2. Calibration Curves for KD-800 Series (DMF Eluent: PMMA)
  3. Calibration Curve for LF-804 (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  4. Calibration Curves for LB-800 Series (DMF Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  5. Cellulose Acetate (5) (SB-806M HQ)
  6. Copovidone (SB-806M HQ)
  7. Cellulose (KD-806M)
  8. Vinylidene Chloride Acrylonitrile Copolymer (2) (Comparison of
  9. Phenol Formaldehyde Resin
  10. Polycarbonate Resin (2) (Comparison of SB-800 HQ and KD-800)
  11. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (2) (DMF Eluent) (KD-802 + KD-801)
  12. Polystyrene Standards (9) (KD-802)
  13. Phenol Resin (2) (KD-803 + KD-802)
  14. Phenoxy Resin (2) (KD-806M)
  15. Melamine Resin
  16. Melamine Formaldehyde Resin (1) (DMF Eluent) (KD-802)
  17. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (1) (DMF Eluent: KD-806M)
  18. Poly(Vinylpyrrolidone) (4) (DMF Eluent: Effect of LiBr Concentration) (KD-806M)
  19. Poly(Vinylidene Fluoride) (KD-806M)
  20. Cellulose Acetate (1) (KD-806M)
  21. Cellulose Acetate (4) (DMF Eluent: Effect of LiBr Concentration) (KD-806M)
  22. Chlorinated Rubber
  23. Styrene Allylalcohol Copolymer (1) (KD-803 + KD-802)
  24. Styrene Maleic Anhydride Copolymer (KD-806M)
  25. Styrene Acrylonitrile Copolymer (1) (KD-806M)
  26. N-Vinylpyrrolidone Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (KD-806M)
  27. Vinyl Chloride Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (1) (KD-806M)
  28. Vinylidene Chloride Acrylonitrile Copolymer (1) (KD-806M)
  29. Poly(-N,N-Dimethylaminomethyl Styrene) (1) (DMF Eluent) (Comparison KD-800 with SB-800 HQ)
  30. Ethylene Maleic Anhydride Copolymer
  31. Poly(Ethylene Oxide) Standards

Hydrophobic Polymers: HFIP Eluent:

  1. Polyamide (13) Nylon 11 (HK-HFIP404L)
  2. Polyamide (12) Nylon 6/9 (HK-HFIP404L)
  3. Calibration Curve for HK-HFIP404L (HFIP Eluent : PMMA)
  4. Calibration Curve for LF-404 (HFIP Eluent: PMMA)
  5. GPC Analysis with HFIP Eluent
  6. Polyacetal (4) (LF-404)
  7. Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (3) (LF-404)
  8. Comparison of Analysis of PMMA with Down-sized GPC Columns
  9. Polyamide (1) Nylon6 (HFIP-806M)
  10. Polyamide (2) Nylon6/6 (HFIP-805 + HFIP-803)
  11. Polyamide (3) Nyon12/2 (HFIP-806M)
  12. Polyamide (4) Nylon6/10 and Nylon6 (HFIP-606M)
  13. Polyamide (5) Nylon6/6 (LF-604)
  14. Polyamide (6) Nylon6 (LF-604)
  15. Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (1) (HFIP-806M)
  16. Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (2) (HFIP-606M)
  17. Poly(Butylene Terephthalate) (1) (Eluent: HFIP) (HFIP-805 + HFIP-803)
  18. Polyacetal (1) (HFIP-806M)
  19. Polyacetal (2) (Delrin) (HFIP-806M)
  20. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) Standards (3) (HFIP-606M)
  21. Polyacetal (3) (HFIP-606M)
  22. Poly(Vinyl Alcohol) (1) (HFIP Eluent) (HFIP-805 + HFIP-803)
  23. Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (2) (Eluent: HFIP) (HFIP-806M)

Hydrophobic Polymers: High Temperature GPC:

  1. Calibration Curve for AT-806MS (ODCB Eluent: PS)
  2. Calibration Curves for HT-800 Series (ODCB Eluent: PS)
  3. Calibration Curves for UT-800 Series (ODCB Eluent: PS)
  4. Features of UT-800 Series
  5. HDPE Sample-A (1) (UT-806M)
  6. HDPE Sample-A (2)
  7. HDPE Sample-B (1) (UT-806M)
  8. HDPE Sample-B (2)
  9. LDPE Sample-C

Hydrophobic Polymers: Other Eluents:

  1. Ammonio Methacrylate Copolymers (GF-510 HQ)
  2. Calibration Curve for LF-804 (DMAc Eluent: PEG, PEO)
  3. Biodegradable Polymer (3) (Poly(Lactic-co-Glycolic Acid))
  4. Poly(Ethylene Oxide) and Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (2) (LF-804)
  5. Polyamic Acid (LF-804)
  6. Calibration Curve for LF-804 (DMAc Eluent: PEG/PEO)
  7. Silicone Oil (Toluene Eluent) (K-806M)
  8. Dimethyl Silicone Oil (Toluene Eluent)
  9. Rubber (Toluene Eluent)
  10. Polystyrene Standards (19) (DMAc Eluent)
  11. Polystyrene Standards (20) (NMP Eluent)
  12. Poly(-N,N-Dimethylaminomethyl Styrene) (2) (Comparison of Various Eluent Condition)
  13. N-Methoxymethyl Nylon (Methanol Eluent) (GF-710 HQ)
  14. Epoxy Resin (3): Mixed Solvent Eluent
  15. Polystyrene Standards (10) (Toluene Eluent)

Hydrophobic Polymers: THF Eluent:

  1. Comparison of Separation using HK-404L with Conventional Device and Semi-micro Type Device (HK-404L)
  2. Biodegradable Polymer (4) (Polylactic Acid) (HK-404L)
  3. Epoxy Resin (4) (Comparison of HK-404L and HK-404L + HK-401)
  4. Comparison of Separation using HK-404L with Conventional Device and Semi-micro Type Device (HK-404L)
  5. Styrene Butyl Methacrylate Copolymer (3) (HK-404L)
  6. Poly(Butyl Methacrylate) (2) (HK-404L)
  7. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) (3) (HK-404L)
  8. Calibration Curves for GF-HQ Series (THF Eluent: PS)
  9. Effects of Flow Rate (2) (HK-404L)
  10. Effects of Flow Rate (1) (HK-404L)
  11. Calibration Curve for HK-400 series (THF Eluent : PS)
  12. Comparison of HK-404L and KF-805L
  13. Effects of Column Length on Elution Pattern (KF-801)
  14. Effects of Injection Volume (KF-606M)
  15. Poly(Butyl Methacrylate) (KF-806L)
  16. Poly(Vinyl Chloride) (KF-806M
  17. Polypropylene Glycol (KF-802.5)
  18. Polyurethane (LF-404)
  19. Cellulose Acetate Butyrate (KF-806L)
  20. Poly(Vinyl Chloride) (KF-806M)
  21. Poly(Vinyl Acetate) (KF-805L)
  22. Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (1) (KF-806L)
  23. Poly(Butyl Methacrylate) (KF-806L)
  24. Poly(Isobutyl Methacrylate) (KF-806L)
  25. Butyl Methacrylate Isobutyl Methacrylate Copolymer (KF-806L)
  26. Polysiloxane (KF-802 + KF-801)
  27. Vinylidene Chloride Vinyl Chloride Copolymer (KF-805L)
  28. Vinyl Chloride Vinyl Acetate Vinyl Alcohol Terpolymer (KF-805L)
  29. Styrene butyl methacrylate copolymer (1) (KF-805L)
  30. Styrene Butadiene ABA Block Copolymer (KF-806M)
  31. Styrene Isoprene ABA Block Copolymer (KF-806M)
  32. Styrene Ethylene Butylene ABA Block Copolymer (KF-806M)
  33. Poly(2,4,6-tribromostyrene) (KF-805L)
  34. Polysulfone Resin (KF-805L)
  35. Polystyrene Standards (1) (KF-801)
  36. Polystyrene Standards (2) (KF-802)
  37. Polystyrene Standards (3) (KF-803L)
  38. Polystyrene Standards (4) (KF-804L)
  39. Polystyrene Standards (5) (KF-805L)
  40. Polystyrene Standards (6) (KF-806L)
  41. Polystyrene Standards (7) (KF-807L)
  42. Polystyrene Standards (21) (THF, Chloroform and DMF)
  43. Poly(Ethylene Glycol) Standards (1) (THF Eluent) (KF-801)
  44. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) Standards (1) (KF-805L)
  45. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) Standards (2) (KF- 806L)
  46. Polycarbonate Resin (1) (KF-806L)
  47. Phenoxy Resin (1) (KF-806L)
  48. Phenol Resin (1) (KF-804L)
  49. Polycaprolactone (KF-806L)
  50. 1,2-Polybutadiene (1) (KF-805L)
  51. Poly(Vinyl Formal) (1) (KF-806L)
  52. Poly(Vinyl Butyral) (1) (KF-806L)
  53. Cellulose Acetate (3) (KF-806L)

Linear Type Column LF-804:

  1. Polyamic acid (3) (LF-804)
  2. Polyamic acid (2) (LF-804)
  3. Poly(Vinyl Butyral) (2) (LF-804)
  4. Poly(vinyl Formal) (2) (LF-804)
  5. Poly(4-Vinylpyridine) (LF-804)
  6. Poly(2-Vvinylpyridine-co-styrene) (LF-804)
  7. Comparison of LF-804, LF-404 and LF-604
  8. The separation of polystyrene standard using GPC columns
  9. Analysis of Synthetic Polymers Using Linear Type Column LF-804
  10. Eluent Replacement of GPC LF-804
  11. Calibration Curve for LF-804 (THF Eluent: PS)
  12. Phenoxy Resin (2) (LF-804)
  13. Polycarbonate Resin (3) (LF-804)

Linear Type Columns LF-404, 604:

  1. Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Copolymer (3) (LF-404)
  2. 1,2-Polybutadiene (2) (LF-404)
  3. Phenoxy Resin (3) (LF-604)
  4. Poly(Vinyl Butyral) (3) (LF-604)
  5. The Effect of The Unit of Columns on The Separation (1) (LF-404: PS)
  6. The Effect of The Unit of Columns on The Separation (2) (LF-404: Epoxy resin)
  7. Styrene Butyl Methacrylate Copolymer (2) (LF-404)
  8. Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) (LF-404)

Recycle Analysis of Polymers:

  1. Recycle Analysis of Lauryl Stearyl Thiodipropionate (K-2001)

Semi-micro GPC Columns KF-400HQ:

  1. Polystyrene oligomer separation (KF-402HQ)
  2. Effects of Flow Rate (1) (KF-402HQ)
  3. Effects of Flow Rate (2) (KF-402.5HQ+KF-403)
  4. Effects of Sample Concentration (1) (KF-402HQ)
  5. Effects of Sample Concentration (2) (KF-403HQ + KF-402HQ)
  6. Effects of Sample Concentration (3) (KF-406LHQ)
  7. Effects of Temperature (KF-402HQ)
  8. MW distribution analysis
  9. Comparison of KF-402HQ and KF-802
  10. Influence of Instruments for Performance of Semi-micro Columns
  11. Comparison of Chromatograms of KF-400HQ Series

Solvent-peak Separation Columns:

  1. Effect of Solvent-peak Separation Column on Separation (1)
  2. Effect of Solvent-peak Separation Column on Separation (2)

Hormones:

  1. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Histamine and Histidine (VC-50 2D)
  2. LC/MS/MS Analysis of Monoamine Neurotransmitters (VC-50 2D)
  3. Analysis of Estrogen (C18P 4D)
  4. Catecholamine (Shodex C18-4D)
  5. LC/MS/MS monitoring of the Estradiol metabolism
  6. Androgen
  7. Catecholamines (1) (DE-613)
  8. Catecholamines (3) (ES-502C 7C)
  9. Catecholamines in Urine (ES-502C 7C)
  10. Catecholamine and Salsolinol
  11. Catecholamines and Metabolites (1) (ODP-50 6D)
  12. Gibberellin Homologues
  13. Gibberellin Isomers
  14. Isolation of Ecdyson from Vitex Fiherii
  15. Adrenal Cortical Hormones (1) (SB-802.5 HQ)
  16. Adrenal Cortical Hormones (2) (GF-310 HQ)
  17. Steroids (SB-802.5 HQ)

Lipids:

  1. Analysis of Fatty Acids with Corona CAD (DS-613)
  2. Fatty Acids (DS-413)
  3. Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (DS-413)
  4. Plasma Lipoproteins (1) (SB-805 HQ)
  5. Fatty Acids (2) (F-411)
  6. Fatty Acids (3) (DE-413)
  7. Fatty Acids (4) (RP18-413)
  8. Fatty Acids (5) Reversed Phased
  9. Fatty Acids (6) (KF-402HQ)
  10. LTs (Leukotrienes) (ODP-50 6D)
  11. LTs Produced by Polymorphonuclear Leukocyte of Rat (ODP-50 6D)
  12. HEETs (Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic Acids)
  13. HEETs Produced by Polymorphonuclear Leukocyte of Rat

Vitamins:

  1. Analysis of Ascorbic Acid Injection According to USP Method (DM-614)
  2. LC/MS Aanalysis of Pantothenic Acid and Vitamin C (VT-50 2D)
  3. Simultaneous Analysis of Water-Soluble Vitamins (DE-413L)
  4. Water-Soluble Vitamins (5) (NH2P-50 4E)
  5. Fat-soluble vitamin (Shodex C18-4D)
  6. Simultaneous analysis of Vitamin E homologs
  7. Ascorbic Acid and Uric Acid in Liquor Cerebronspinalis
  8. Ascorbic Acid in Urine
  9. Fat-Soluble Vitamins (1) (ODP-50 4E)
  10. Fat-Soluble Vitamins (3) (KF-801)
  11. Water-Soluble Vitamins (3) (NN-814)
  12. Water-Soluble Vitamins (4) (DM-614)
  13. Vitamin B 1
  14. Vitamin B 6 (1) (ODP-50 6D)
  15. Vitamin B 12 (SB-802.5 HQ)
  16. Vitamin C (1) (KC-811)
  17. Vitamin C (2) (NH2P-50 4E)
  18. Vitamin C (3) (NH2P-50 4E)
  19. Vitamin D
  20. Vitamin E
  21. Carnitine
  22. Riboflavin (Vitamin B 2 )
  23. Hydroxyriboflavin and Riboflavin in Urine
  24. Nicotinic Acid in Strawberry Jam (NH2P-50 4E)
  25. Food Containing Vitamins (DE-413)
  26. Nutrient Beverage (DE-413)
  27. Soft Drink Containing Vitamin C (NH2P-50 4E)
  28. Margarine (KF-801)
  29. Ascorbic Acid and Uric Acid in Blood
  30. Water-Soluble Vitamins (1) (DE-413)