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Accelerated Sodium Buffer System.

Biochrom, the market leader in amino acid amino acid (əmē`nō), any one of a class of simple organic compounds containing carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and in certain cases sulfur. These compounds are the building blocks of proteins.  analysis announces the launch of the Sodium Accelerated Buffer System.

The new buffer system enables the total analysis time for a full amino acid profile to be reduced by up to 30%, which is equivalent to seven additional runs per day.

As sample numbers increase in busy analytical labs that are already running at full capacity, the need for shorter run times that do not compromise the quality of the data are needed. Biochrom has addressed this need, with the new Accelerated Buffer System.

Based on established post-column ninhydrin nin·hy·drin
A poisonous crystalline oxidizing agent used as an analytic reagent.

ninhydrin Triketohydrindene Clinical toxicology An oxidizing reagent that reacts with amino acids and proteins, used to screen urine
 based detection technology, the Biochrom 30 Amino Acid Analyser meets the requirements of the standard methods from the AOAC AOAC Association of Official Analytical Chemists (now AOAC International)
AOAC Association of Analytical Communities
AOAC Association of Analytical Chemists
AOAC Always On/Always Connected
AOAC Aero-Optic Evaluation Center
 and the EU Commission Directive 98/64/EC. Analysis of both protein hydrolysates protein hydrolysate
A sterile solution of amino acids and peptides prepared from a protein by acid or enzymatic hydrolysis and used intravenously for the maintenance of positive nitrogen balance in severe illness, after surgery of the alimentary
 and oxidised Adj. 1. oxidised - combined with or having undergone a chemical reaction with oxygen; "the oxidized form of iodine"
 protein hydrolysates can be performed on this system, which allows flexibility of sample type and ease of use of the instrument.

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Date:Mar 1, 2007
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