MONOLITHIC CAPILLARY COLUMNS FOR GLYCOMICS/PROTEOMICS - NON-POLAR AND AFFINITY MONOLITHIC STATIONARY PHASES FOR BIOPOLYMER SEPARATIONS BY CAPILLARY ELECTROCHROMATOGRAPHY AND NANO-LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
by Okanda, Fred
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This book has provided the reader with an introduction to the instrumentation and column technology used in CEC and nano-LC as well as an overview of the various separation principles of CEC. Furthermore, it has summarized and discussed the advances made in the various kinds of polymer- based monolithic columns including those bearing affinity ligands on their surface The overall investigation described in this book has contributed to enlarging the scope of CEC and nano- LC by demonstrating their capabilities in areas that were not exploited previously. Also, the novel stationary phases developed within the framework of this investigation will not only facilitate the solution of many important analytical separation problems in the life sciences, but will also contribute to new concepts that will open the way to increasing the utility of the technique in the future.
Fred M. Okanda, PhD. graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Analytical Chemistry in 2006. Thereafter, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center Georgetown University, Washington DC. He has published papers in analytical chemistry with specific interest in separation science and cancer research.
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VDM Verlag Dr. Müller
18 November 2009
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