Tag Archives: chromatography

Chemistry of wonderful wet laundering

We use two types of laundries. One is dry-cleaning which is carried out using an organic solvent, and another is wet laundering is carried out using water and soap (surfactant). These observations are scientifically applied for the

Ex-vivo percutaneous absorption of enrofloxacin

Enrofloxacin is an antibiotic from the fluoroquinolone family used to cure several infections. This antibiotic inhibits DNA replication required for bacterial growth. It is against a wide range of bacteria, including those resistant to other antibiotics. Enrofloxacin

New separation principle of proteins by liquid chromatography resulting in ultrafast high-resolution separation

The purpose of separation science is to isolate some useful substances from natural and/or synthesized products to serve for human society. An ideal separation method is to have the feature of “three high” of high resolution (quality),