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HPTLC-based fingerprinting of agave fructooligosaccharides

In this webinar we explore the potential of agave fructooligosaccharides (aFOS) as a reliable indicator of fructan differentiation in agave species throughout their lifespan. Additionally, we delve into the feasibility of HPTLC as a robust fingerprinting platform through the power of multivariate data analysis (MVDA).

2nd HPTLC Online User Meeting 2023

During this enlightening discussion, Eike Reich and Tiên Do take you on a journey through the evolution of HPTLC and discover cutting-edge concepts and innovations, and their practical applications. Further, they present their visionary perspectives for HPTLC 4.0 and explore its potential impact on the future of quality control and applied research in various industries.

1st HPTLC Online User Meeting 2023

In the 1st HPTLC Online User Meeting 2023, our experts are discussing important advances in planar chromatography that impact analysts working in the dietary supplement industry. Further, they present information for all planar chromatographers to get higher order data from their analytical workflows. These resources are invaluable to food, forensic, pharmaceutical and environmental chemists as well.

4th HPTLC Online User Meeting, hosted by the HPTLC Association

In the 4th HPTLC Online User Meeting, members of the Australia Chapter of the HPTLC Association present their work on methods from quick HPTLC screening of native super foods to comprehensive fingerprinting incorporating intensive data for automated identification and quick “in analysis” sample preparation of difficult samples used in pharmaceutical preparations.

3rd HPTLC Online User Meeting, hosted by the HPTLC Association

In the third HPTLC Online User Meeting, Dr. Aboli Girme (Pharmanza Herbal Pvt. Ltd.) discusses HPTLC and HPTLC-MS as essential tools in the assessment of botanical dietary supplements. Dr. Kashyap Thummar (Gujarat Technological University, India) presents HPTLC as a method of choice for extractables and leachables studies.

2nd HPTLC Online User Meeting, hosted by the HPTLC Association

In the second exclusive virtual event on High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography (HPTLC), Michaela Oberle (Merck KGaA) focuses on possible improvements of separation conditions through the choice of a non-standard stationary phase. Maricel Marin-Kuan, PhD (Nestlé Research) presents valuable insights to the contribution of HPTLC to ensuring the safety of food.

The Universal HPTLC Mix (UHM): A new concept for System Suitability Tests (SST) in HPTLC

In this webinar, join Dr. Tiên Do, Head of Laboratory at CAMAG, explores the development of the Universal HPTLC Mix (UHM) as a new concept for System Suitability Tests (SST) in High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography and its applicability for routine analysis.

1st HPTLC Online User Meeting, hosted by the HPTLC Association

The HPTLC Online User Meeting is the first in a series of quarterly events that shall facilitate a worldwide exchange of knowledge between HPTLC users to share in the spirit of working in an exciting analytical field.

HPTLC – The Choice for Lipid Analysis

In this webinar, our colleague Dr. Melanie Broszat presents the method for quality control of lipid-based formulations like mRNA vaccines with the fully automated HPTLC PRO System. Furthermore, she discusses the use of HPTLC coupled with Mass Spectrometry in the field of lipidomic research.

Comprehensive HPTLC Fingerprinting for Quality Control of Herbal Drugs

HPTLC fingerprinting is the method of choice for the identification of plant materials and is included in general chapters of different pharmacopoeias worldwide. Comprehensive HPTLC fingerprinting goes one step further and additionally provides information on purity and content in a single analysis.

The Concept of Fully Automated HPTLC Analysis on the Example of Sugars in Honey

High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) is the method of choice for the analysis of complex and variable samples. Conventionally, manual user intervention is necessary between each step of the HPTLC workflow.

HPTLC PRO SYSTEM – Our new approach to automated quality control

In this webinar, Dr. Melanie Broszat, Scientific Business Development Manager at CAMAG, introduces HPTLC PRO, a fully automated HPTLC sample analysis and evaluation system launched in 2019.

CAMAG® HPTLC PRO – Fully Automated High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography

The HPTLC process consists of the major steps application, development, derivatization, and detection. Historically, manual intervention was required between each step. With the fully automated HPTLC PRO SYSTEM, several analyses are processed autonomously, obtaining highly reproducible analytical results.