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HPLC

HPLC

high-performance liquid chromatography.

HPLC

High-performance liquid chromatography Lab instrumentation A highly sensitive analytic method in which analytes are placed at high pressure–500-1500 psi in a chromatography column to separate them, allowing highly specific identification. See Chromatography.

HPLC

Abbreviation for high-performance liquid chromatography.

HPLC

high performance liquid chromatography.
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The calibration curves of both for HPLC method and Extraction-HPLC method, the linearity ranges were both 0.
HbA1c was measured by D10 Haemoglobin testing system (BIO RAD Laboratories) which is based on cation exchange HPLC and Roche Immunoturbidimetric method (Roche Hitachi (902) Cobas System).
Recovery experiments: Varying concentrations of NVP (50 & 100 mg), 3TC (25 & 50 mg) and d4T (10 & 20 mg) were added to pre-analysed tablet solutions, and the drug amounts were determined by HPLC and spectrophotometric methods.
52% that were stored frozen since their use in a Swedish CDT harmonization program in 2002-2003 were reanalyzed by HPLC in November 2007.
Waters has chosen a proprietary approach that complements the success of its Alliance HPLC in pharmaceutical and QA/QC applications.
If you read this column you know we (and most analytical chemists) favor HPLC analyses over all others where it is applicable.
Better still, scientists don't have to lose several hours reconfiguring the HPLC to run the separate tests for sugars and acids.
The reported HPLC method for GLP is advantageous due to simplicity, accuracy, specificity, and at the same time has very short run-cycle time.