Technical Notes about ZIC®-HILIC
Summaries of scientific papers including specific conditions for separation using SeQuant® ZIC®-HILIC columns
SeQuant® scientists have summarized scientific papers featuring the use of ZIC®-HILIC columns to provide you with a convenient 2 page overview of the complete experimental conditions used to separate a particular compound(s). For a list of links to articles published by scientists using SeQuant® products to solve difficult analysis problems in laboratories around the world, visit our Scientific Papers page.
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Determination of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning Toxins via ZIC®-HILIC and MS/MS
Paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins are very polar compounds that can be separated via a ZIC®-HILIC stationary phase. A straight-forward extraction procedure and a single separation allows for the determination of a broad range of compounds with excellent sensitivity over a wide concentration range.
A single run is capable of monitoring eighteen toxins with superb limits of detection (typically <0.5 ng, S/N = 3) and good linearity using a triple quadrupole mass spectrometer.
Technical Notes-summary of scientific papers
Technical Summaries: research topic area review written by an expert in the field
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