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Chromatography Instrumentation Market 2015-2025: Rising Government Investments for Research Purpose

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Chromatography is the most essential and well known separation technique which is
extensively used across various industries. Chromatography is referred to as a technique
that is used for the purification of biomolecules in which the components that are to be
separated are distributed between two phases. Among these two phases, one is
stationary phase and other is a mobile phase. All types of chromatography systems work
on the same principle i.e., separation of sample mixture into stationary phase (solid or
liquid supported on solid) and mobile phase (liquid or gas). Over the years
chromatography technique and its instrument are being used in the biotechnology and
pharmaceutical companies for the development of pure drug molecule. The instruments
that are utilized in the chromatography have benefitted the researches due to their
ability to separate, analyze and purify a molecule in an efficient and effective manner.
These chromatography instrumentation techniques are used in various application areas
such as pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food production, diagnostics, genetic
engineering, drug discovery and water analysis.
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The global market for chromatography instrumentation can be segmented as follows:
By system
• Gas chromatography system

• Liquid chromatography system

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• High pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC)
• Ultra high pressure liquid chromatography (UHPLC)
• Low pressure liquid chromatography (LPLC)
• Ion-exchange chromatography
• Affinity chromatography
• Super critical fluid chromatography
• Column chromatography
• Thin layer chromatography


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