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HPTLC 2017

4 - 8 July, 2017 in Berlin, Germany

International Symposium For High-performance Thin-layer Chromatography

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Visit us at our new, vibrant booth and meet our team of experts.

EMD Millipore and Sigma Aldrich have combined forces to become MilliporeSigma, the life science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, providing you with quality products to accelerate your reasearch and achieve better results. Together we can deliver the promise of Life Sciences.

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  • Chromatographic results on-the-spot, in any lab
  • Our large variety of chemistries, sizes and backings for optimal separation
  • TLC-MS based workflows for straight-forward compound identification
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Workshop, Presentations and Posters

Make your HPTLC experience even more worthwhile by attending MilliporeSigma’s workshop, presentations and posters. We can’t wait to meet you there!

Workshop

HPTLC-MS for the chemists and beyond
Date: Tuesday, 4 July 2017
Time: 02.00 to 05.00 pm

Presentations

Particulate silica gel layers for thin layer chromatography - new developments and perspectives
Date: Wednesday, 5 July 2017
Time: 11.30 am
Michael Schulz, Markus Burholt, Hans Griesinger, Michaela Oberle

Unexpected products of the HOCl-induced oxidation of oleic acid: a study using HPTLC-ESI MS
Date: Thursday, 6 July 2017
Time: 10.00 am
Hans Griesinger, Jenny Schröter, Eyla Reuß, Rosmarie Süß, Michael Schulz, Jürgen Schiller

Posters

Unexpected products of the HOCl-induced oxidation of oleic acid: a study using HPTLC-ESI MS
Jenny Schröter, Hans Griesinger, Eyla Reuß, Michael Schulz, Rosmarie Süß, Jürgen Schiller

Analysis of glycosaminoglycan oligosaccharides by combined HPTLC/MALDI-TOF MS: reduced silica thickness leads to improved spectral qualities and reduced side reactions
Katharina Lemmnitzer, Hans Griesinger, Rosmarie Süß, Katerina Matheis, Michael Schulz, Jürgen Schiller

Using modern 2D- high performance thin layer chromatography coupled with MALDI-TOF-MS for a first screening approach of plant extracts
Michaela Oberle, Knut Behrend, Petra Lewits

Modern direct bioautography for fast screening and characterization of active compounds in plant extracts used in cosmetics
Michaela Oberle, Vanessa Pilakowski, Ines Klingelhöfer, Gertrud Morlock, Janina Engemann, Petra Lewits

Straightforward Process for the Identification and Isolation of Natural Products using Thin-Layer and Preparative Chromatography
Michaela Oberle, Michael Schulte, Maximilian Sixt, Jochen Strube

Tips & Tricks for TLC-MS
Michaela Oberle, Stephan Altmaier, Hans Griesinger, Michael Schulz

Quantification of α- and β- acids in hops by TLC and HPLC
Janina Engemann, Vanessa Pilakowski, Michaela Oberle, Markus Burholt, Michael Schulz

Analysis of Caseins with 2D-HPTLC-MALDI-Imaging-MS
Sabrina Przysambor

Beyond HPLC-MS: Profiling of High Molecular Weight Impurities during Drug Synthesis
Katerina Matheis, Hans Griesinger, Holger Bauer, Annette Michalski

Analysis of black pepper, turmeric and ginger according to USP by TLC and HPTLC with subsequent quantification
Markus Burholt, Michaela Oberle, Vanessa Pilakowski

Determination of UV filter in sun cream using TLC-MS
Falk-Thilo Ferse, Michaela Oberle, Michael Schulz

Suzuki reaction monitoring using TLC-MS
Hans Griesinger, Christine Merkert, Andreas Wiesner, Michael Schulz


We are Now One

EMD Millipore + Sigma-Aldrich =
MilliporeSigma

The life science business of
Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany

A glimpse of the innovations we’ll be showcasing at our booth
Acetonitrile hypergrade for LC-MS LiChrosolv®

Acetonitrile hypergrade for LC-MS LiChrosolv®
High-quality LC-MS Solvents for minimal background and low ion suppression!


TLC silica gel 60 RP-18 F254s MS-grade

TLC silica gel 60 RP-18 F254s MS-grade
Combine TLC separation efficiency with high sensitivity mass spectrometry detection!

Phytochemical Standards & Certified Reference Materials (CRMs)

Phytochemical Standards & Certified Reference Materials (CRMs)
Comprehensive and continuously growing range of over 700 analytical standards and certified reference materials for phytochemicals including neat standards of the isolated plant constituents (Flavonoids, Isoprenoids, Tannins, Alkaloids, Phenylpropanes etc.) as well as extract reference materials.

Venue Location: Maritim proArte Hotel

Friedrichstraße 151, 10117 Berlin, Germany