Reverse engineering/deformulation is a complex process consisting of several phases, such as the identification and quantification of formulation components. It is used at the beginning of the development of a generic drug product.
HPTLC is the only chromatographic technique that allows us to see/record results in the form of pictures. Visual detection and image recording are one of the best features of the HPTLC system. For image documentation, a suitable image acquisition system can be used e.g. CAMAG smartDigi or CAMAG visualizer.
Anchrom is the official distributor/supplier of CAMAG HPTLC instruments. The world’s first Application Lab by a dealer was established by Anchrom in 1989. As a part of voluntary corporate social responsibility, Anchrom provides subsidized HPTLC analysis
As we all know, Chromatography is a science of separation of mixtures into its components. There are several types of chromatography, each differing in the kind of stationary phase and mobile phase they use. There are many chromatographic techniques like HPLC, HPTLC and GC.
High-Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) is the modern version of TLC wherein the principles are the same but the practice is fully automated and GLP/USP/EP compliant.
How to identify whether a reaction has been complete using TLC? Reaction monitoring is a process that can be carried out during research and manufacturing process. During R & D, reaction monitoring can be used to optimize process conditions. In the manufacturing...
Thin Layer Chromatography/High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography is suitable for detection of organic and nonvolatile compounds.
Words ‘Plant pigments’ and ‘chromatography’ reminds us of the beginning of chromatographic science. A Russian Botanist ‘Mikhail Tsvet’ invented chromatography in the 19 th century during his research on the separation of plant pigments.