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Journal Highlight: Modeling the combustion of high molecular weight fuels by a functional group approach

Date: May 4, 2012

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A novel approach is proposed for the simulation of the combustion of high molecular weight fuels, wherein the fuel surrogate is defined in terms of pseudospecies including the functional groups contained in the actual fuel, illustrated for linear and branched alkanes.

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Diabetic heart risk: NMR offers molecular explanation

Date: May 1, 2012

Author: David Bradley

A small, but potentially very important, study that utilises NMR spectroscopy and other techniques has been used to reveal a possible mechanism that explains why patients with diabetes have a greater risk of developing heart disease.

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Herbal acid: Poisonous remedy revealed

Date: Apr 30, 2012

Author: David Bradley

An informatics approach to toxic epidemiology has revealed that aristolochic acid (AA) leads to kidney failure and upper urinary tract cancer (UUC) in individuals exposed to the toxin. AA is found in some plant species that have been used in herbal medicine for centuries.

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Vendor Column: Improving Laboratory Operations using Laboratory Informatics for Lean Six-Sigma Initiatives

Date: Mar 20, 2012

Author: Chris Stumpf

Welcome to the third in a series of features from Chris Stumpf, a marketing manager at Waters Corporation who focuses on Lab Informatics. Every two months, Chris publishes a new informatics-related article which we hope will build into a worthwhile compendium of informatics material. This month, Chris discusses achieving quality goals by applying Laboratory Informatics and Lean Six-Sigma principles.

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Journal Highlight: Modeling of droplet traffic in interconnected microfluidic ladder devices

Date: Mar 19, 2012

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Chinese scientists have developed an analytical model based on the electronic-hydraulic analogy to describe the hydrodynamic behavior of droplets in interconnected microfluidic ladder devices.

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Caffeinated caffeine: Spotting the synthetic

Date: Mar 15, 2012

Author: David Bradley

Analysis of spectroscopic information has allowed researchers in Germany to determine whether a beverage contains natural or synthetic caffeine. The technique could let regulators check how well manufacturers of added-caffeine products are adhering to the rules regarding labelling products as "natural" with respect to the drink's caffeine content.

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Journal Highlight: Mathematical modeling of protein chromatograms

Date: Feb 20, 2012

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This review looks at the most used mathematical models with a phenomenological basis for simulating chromatographic curves of proteins.

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Testing times for TB: Statistics distinguish

Date: Feb 15, 2012

Author: David Bradley

Multivariate statistical data processing has been used to create a model from gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) data of metabolite profiles of the various types of Mycobacterium species tuberculosis (TB).

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Journal Highlight: Chemometric analysis for optimizing derivatization in gas chromatography-based procedures

Date: Jan 23, 2012

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Polish scientists have used principal component analysis to help optimize the derivatization of oestrogenic steroids such as estrone and estradiol prior to separation by gas chromatography.

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Vendor Column: Designing a Standardized Laboratory Informatics Environment for Quality Operations

Date: Jan 16, 2012

Author: Chris Stumpf

Welcome to the second in a series of features from Chris Stumpf, a marketing manager at Waters Corporation who focuses on Lab Informatics. Every two months, Chris publishes a new informatics-related article which we hope will build into a worthwhile compendium of informatics material. This month, Chris describes the important concepts to consider when designing a standardized laboratory informatics environment operating in GxP.

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