New Case Study now online

The second case study "Quantification of ginkgolides A, B, and C and bilobalide in Ginkgo biloba by HPTLC" is now online. Click here to view the complete case study and the application tutorial.


First HPTLC Case Study now available

The first case study “HPTLC fingerprint of Ginkgo biloba flavonoids” is now online. More case studies covering other application fields will follow soon. Click here to view the complete case study.


CBS 112

From the bioactive zone to the structure –
hyphenations for effect-directed analysis at an analytical level



CAMAGflash: CAMAG Bibliography Service Planar Chromatography

The CAMAG Bibliography Service (CBS) is designed to serve the requirements of TLC/HPTLC users. Current trends and interesting applications are reported in the field of HPTLC and its hyphenations. Its data-base, termed Cumulative CBS (CCBS), distinguished from other databases in that it contains information oriented towards HPTLC practice. Prof. Dr. Gertrud Morlock, holding the Chair of Food Sciences at the Institute ofNutritional Science of Justus Liebig University Giessen, compiles those articles and abstracts, supported by recognized scientists in the field of HPTLC.


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