Spring 2007 edition of CAMAG Bibliography Service for TLC available - new website of CAMAG Laboratory

The new CAMAG Bibliography Service CBS 98 with over 100 abstracts of recent publications, demonstrating the flexibility of Thin-Layer Chromatography, has been released.

CBS 98 puts emphasis on Planar Chromatography as an essential component of modern analysis. Featured is for example a method for identification of toxic unknowns in water using HPTLC/MS coupling. CBS is free of charge! The updated Cumulative CBS (entire collection of all past abstracts!) can be downloaded for free from CAMAG's website following the link http://www.camag.com/CCBS .

CAMAG Laboratory, the center for applied High Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) has now its own website: http://www.camag-laboratory.com . Results of basic and applied research projects are available through the new website. To further share knowledge with customers a portfolio of services including feasibility studies, development and validation of methods, contract analysis and training has been established.

Source: CAMAG