Sep 25, 2020 · Flavonoids are one of the main groups of polyphenols found in natural products. Traditional flavonoid extraction techniques are being replaced by advanced techniques to reduce energy and solvent consumption, increase efficiency and selectivity, to meet increased market demand and environmental regulations. Advanced technologies, such as microwaves, ultrasound, pressurized liquids
May 10, 2022 · We have encountered several instances during pharmaceutical development where the glass vial/diluent combination has negatively impacted method performance. One case encompasses adsorption of piperazine, a secondary amine, to non-silanized glass vials, resulting in recovery failures during analytical method transfer.
repeated 3 times with CQ vials and 3 times with reusable vials (vials cleaned with a cleaning machine in the laboratory), for a total of 6 repetitions. The vials were not prewashed with the sample. Table 3 shows the measurement results. Fig. 4 Sample Measurement Procedure Table 3 Measurement Results Sample name Blank (B) [μgC/L] Vial (V) [μgC/L]
recovery of trace analytes due to non-specific adsorption to surfaces in contact with the sample, which adversely impact assay sensitivity and reproducibility. This is particularly evident when dealing with glass surfaces of sample vials where exposed silanol groups can irreversibly adsorb samples. Strategies to overcome
Jun 24, 2022 · Research Article Evaluating the impact of sample storage, handling, and technical ability on the decay and recovery of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater Rachelle E. Beattie, A. Denene Blackwood, Thomas Clerkin, Carly Dinga, Rachel T. Noble
Mar 12, 2020 · Most point-of-care tests (POCT) use swabs for sampling and/or for applying a sample on the test. A variety of swabs differing in tip materials is commercially available. Different tip materials have different chemical and physical characteristics which might influence the specimen collection and release. We investigated properties of various types of swabs used in clinical diagnostics with
development and validation of a recovery method that better suits the material under test. The measurement section includes a discussion of the degree of endotoxin reduction in a depyrogenation process. It notes that historically process efficiency has been assessed in terms of logarithmic (log) reduction of
sample prep process, in Chapter 2, I decided to tabulate most of the methodologies that will be covered in the remainder of the book. That way, the reader, rather than wading through all the various chapters, can get an overview of possible sample preparation methods that are most applicable to gases, liquids, suspensions, gels and solid materials.
Sep 2, 2016 · A recovery factor is determined through experiments in which sample equipment materials of construction (MOC) spiked with known amounts of the substance of interest are recovered and tested. The recovery must be capable of capturing a sufficient amount of material to allow an accurate and precise measurement of the spiked component.
Jul 1, 2021 · 86 At pH 2.5, all the viruses lost transduction efficiency by at least 20% when stored at -80°C. Higher storage temperatures further reduced the loss of transduction efficiency, with no detectable transfection for samples stored at 37°C for 24 hours. These data indicate that the pH of the formulation can have a major impact on the AAV stability.
Attempts to track material flows and the calculation of efficiency for material systems go hand in hand. Questions of where materials come from, where materials go to, and how much material is lost along the way are embedded in human societies. This article reviews material flows, their analysis, and progress toward material efficiency. We focus first on material flow analysis (MFA) and the
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Aug 11, 2017 · Besides all the above-mentioned factors that affect sample recovery, the surface of the coupon, and thus, the surface of the equipment also play a role. The surface of the coupon may be modified due to the deposition of a thin film of material on the surface or due to change in the oxidation state of one or more of the elements in stainless
Mar 1, 2022 · Comparative qPCR analysis of the rAAV1 vector handled using the PHC-coated and non- coated tools indicated that the coating decreased the vector adsorption onto the surfaces of the tested tools (pipette tips, cryotube vials, and qPCR plates); a significant difference (p < 0.01) was observed in the recovered VG concentrations between the test and control groups.
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