HPLC Flow Scintillation Analyzer
Flow scintillation analysis is commonly used to quantify the radioisotope label on organic compounds such as biochemicals, drugs, and metabolites separated from complex mixtures by HPLC. The ensuing task of determining the molecular structure of the separated substances can be daunting. Traditional methods of structure determination involve collecting the HPLC separated fractions that correspond to activity peaks measured by the flow scintillation analyzer. The collected fractions are then isolated, further purified, and then submitted to spectroscopic methods of analysis such as mass spectrometry (MS) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy.
Flow Scintillation Analyzer Manufacturers
Perkin Elmer and Hewlett Packard are popular manufacturers.
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