MSACL 2018 US Abstract

Topic: Practical Training

LC Basics Part I: Demystifying Liquid Chromatography Separations and Hardware

Autumn Breaud (Presenter)
Johns Hopkins University

Bio: Autumn Breaud has managed the technical operations for the Johns Hopkins Clinical Chemistry Reference Laboratory of Dr. William Clarke since 2007. During that time, the laboratory has grown from a single-instrument single-assay operation to a full-scale clinical reference and research operation.

Authorship: Autumn Breaud
Johns Hopkins University

Short Abstract

In this course, we will introduce LC basics including: principles of separation; liquid handling system hardware, including plumbing, pumps, valves, and autosamplers; and variations on traditional liquid chromatography systems including UHPLC, two-dimensional separations, and multiplexing.

Long Abstract

Introduction

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Methods

Results

Conclusions & Discussion

At the conclusion of this session, attendees will be able to describe principles of chromatographic separation and identify hardware components commonly used in these systems.


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Financial Disclosure

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