CAMAG at Pittcon 2009
24 Feb 2009

New CAMAG TLC-MS Interface at Pittcon 2009. The new CAMAG TLC-MS Interface is a versatile instrument to extract compounds from a TLC/HPTLC plate and feed them into a mass spectrometer for substance identification or structure elucidation. The device can be connected to any brand of LC-coupled mass spectrometer. The semi-automatic TLC-MS Interface is quickly and easily connected to any LC-coupled MS without adjustments or mass spectrometer modifications. Questioned substances are directly extracted from a TLC/HPTLC plate and sensitive MS signals are obtained within a minute per substance zone. No scraping off from the plate is required anymore. The TLC-MS Interface is shown at Pittcon, booth 1927, CAMAG Scientific Inc., for the first time to the public.

CAMAG is your partner for TLC/HPTLC.
CAMAG has a tradition of support for instrumental Thin-Layer Chromatography since 1961. The Swiss company develops and manufactures simple as well as sophisticated instruments and associated software for all steps of TLC: Sample Application, Chromatogram Development, Derivatization, Evaluation and Documentation.

CAMAG provides competent customer support and technical service as well as education, training, application support and a range of contract laboratory services. The CAMAG Laboratory offers custom tailored HPTLC solutions. CAMAG has everything a lab may need for Thin-Layer Chromatography.

Important fields of application: Clinical applications, Food & Feed stuff, Pharmaceutical, Analyses of Medicinal plants & Botanicals, Cosmetics, Industrial Applications, Forensics, Environment.

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