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Shimadzu's New Liquid Chromatography Newsletter Highlights the Latest in HPLC and LCMS Applications

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Shimadzu's New Liquid Chromatography Newsletter Highlights the Latest in HPLC and LCMS Applications

Press release date: April 22, 2009

COLUMBIA, Md., April 21, 2009 - Shimadzu Scientific Instruments released the first 2009 issue of its LC World Talk newsletter for researchers and scientists who work with HPLC/UFLC and mass spectrometry techniques. The issue offers information on the analysis of melamine in food stuffs with HPLC and LCMS. An application note reviews the online identification of flavones from Flos chrysanthemi using the LCMS-IT-TOF mass spectrometer, and a third article provides insight into the analysis of synthetic polymers using offline SEC-MALDI-TOF-MS. In addition, readers can learn about Shimadzu's Prominence UFLCXR and Shim-pack XR-ODS columns designed to conserve acetonitrile. LC World Talk also includes an overview of Shimadzu's new LCMS-2020, which provides the industry's highest levels of speed and sensitivity for the detection of trace impurities in pharmaceuticals, environmental pollutants and other contaminants. To download an electronic copy of LC World Talk, visit
www.ssi.shimadzu.com/LCWorldTalk. About Shimadzu Scientific Instruments, Inc.
Shimadzu Scientific Instruments (SSI) is the American subsidiary of Shimadzu Corporation, headquartered in Kyoto, Japan. Founded in 1875, Shimadzu is a $2 billion multinational corporation with three major divisions: Medical Diagnostics, Aerospace/Industrial, and Analytical Instruments. The Analytical Division is one of the world's largest manufacturers of analytical instrumentation and environmental monitoring equipment. In 1975, SSI corporate headquarters was established in Columbia, Md. to provide analytical solutions to laboratories in North, Central, and parts of South America. In the U.S., SSI has a network of more than 50 locations providing local and regional sales, service, and technical support.

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