HPLC in Clinical Chemistry

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CRC Press, Jun 19, 1990 - Science - 504 pages
Based on the use of high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) as a means to assess quantities of separated components in HPLC detectors, this volume is structured for use by analysts who have some experience in chemical analysis or have done HPLC. It keeps theory and instrumentation at a minimum
 

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Contents

inst RUMENTATION IN HPLC
3
Pump Systems
30
Solvent Systems
40
Column Design for Clinical Analysis
53
Detectors for Clinical Analysis
69
Combination of HPLC and MS in Clinical
82
General Guide for HPLC in Clinical Chemistry
91
HPLC in the Analysis of Amino Acids
97
HPLC
155
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