Analysis of Food Ingredients by an Analytical Technique HPLC

Microbioz India, December, 2018 Issue


Cover Story : “Analysis of Food Ingredients by an Analytical Technique HPLC"

Analysis of Food Ingredients by an Analytical Technique HPLC

Dear friends and readers, I hope you would have enjoyed reading our previous issue. Once again, I am delighted to bring for you the annual edition of your favourite magazine Microbioz India. It is a “CPHI and P-mec India special edition” supported by the cover story titled ‘Analysis of Food Ingredients by an Analytical Technique – HPLC by Srushti Sanghavi- Shah Nanghavi Chromatography Solutions.

The story features the food we consume today is more versatile and processed than ever before. Therefore, the quality of food is a major topic of concern for human health. To ensure the nutritional quality and safety of food many countries have implemented regulations that specify tolerable levels for individual chemical additives and contaminants in food product and list those ingredients with respect to their content.

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Analysis of Food Ingredients by an Analytical Technique HPLC

The food we consume today is more versatile and processed than ever before. Therefore, the quality of food is a major topic of concern for human health. To ensure the nutritional quality and safety of food many countries have implemented regulations that specify tolerable levels for individual chemical additives and contaminants in food product and list those ingredients with respect to their content.

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Eppendorf presents first internally Developed CO2 incubator

Chennai, December04, 2018 – “Today´s cell culture requires more than technical solutions for Optimized growth conditions and efficient contamination prevention.” says Eppendorf´s Business Manager for cell culture products Dr.Patrik Ferreira.

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Next Generation FTIR Spectrometer Features Newly Engineered Optical System

Thermo Scientific Nicolet iS20 FTIR spectrometer enables analytical scientists to experience advanced performance and data analysis. Analytical scientists and laboratory managers seeking high-performing, multi-functional instruments with low cost of ownership can now benefit from a new FTIR spectrometer designed to analyze complex samples quickly and deliver fast, accurate results.

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New circulating cooler with CO2 refrigerant

Environmentally friendly cooling with carbon dioxide with the new Unichiller 250w CO2, Huber Kältemaschinenbau presents another milestone in environmentally friendly refrigeration technology. The new chiller uses CO2 as a refrigerant. CO2 or carbon dioxide (also known as R744) is a natural component of air and has been proven in refrigeration since the 19th century.