An optimized method for automated analysis of algal pigments by HPLC

@inproceedings{Leeuwe2006AnOM,
  title={An optimized method for automated analysis of algal pigments by HPLC},
  author={Maria Anna van Leeuwe and Leen A. Villerius and Jan Roggeveld and Ronald J. W. Visser and Jacqueline Stefels},
  year={2006}
}
A recent development in algal pigment analysis by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is the application of automation. An optimization of a complete sampling and analysis protocol applied specifically in automation has not yet been performed. In this paper we show that automation can only be successful if the various methodological aspects of the sampling and analysis protocol are considered in coherence. We introduce an optimized protocol that involves freeze-drying of the sample… CONTINUE READING
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