Capillary electrophoresis in pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis

Veuthey, Jean-Luc
January 2005
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jan2005, Vol. 381 Issue 1, p93
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of capillary electrophoresis in pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis. Comparison of capillary electrophoresis and chromatographic techniques; Mechanism of capillary electrophoresis; Strategies for the improvement of detection sensitivity.


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