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Gas Chromatography Clinical Analysis

Gas Chromatography is useful in Clinical analysis, so let us check it out some of the applications in clinical analysis. Uses of GC are as follows:

  1. Blood , Saliva and other secretions which contains large amount of organic volatiles can be easily analyzed by gas chromatography.
  2. Isolatiton of volatile proteins , lipids, carbohydrates  by gas chromatography.
  3. Gas chromatography is used to analyze the chemicals and drugs present in the body.
  4. Various biological volatile organic compounds can be analyze by gas chromatography.
  5. Urine sample is also analyzed by gas chromatography.

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Advantages and disadvantages of Chromatography

Chromatography is simple method. Chromatography can be handled by single person.

Other advantages are, Chromatography is used to separate components from complex mixture.

Different types of chromatography equipment are available for separation of different compounds.

Some of them are Gas Chromatography, Liquid Chromatography, Solid Chromatography, High performance liquid Chromatography, Solid liquid Chromatography, Liquid liquid Chromatography, Thin layer Chromatography. This method gives accurate results.

Types of chromatography

There are various different types of chromatography which are used today in different industries and in day to day life.

Before going into detail let us check it out the definition of the chromatography.

The chromatogaphy is the separation of a component from of complex mixture of substance.

Types of component, functional group or structure can be identified with the help of chromatography.

List of some of the equipment are as follows:

Gas chromatography

Liquid chromatography

Solid chromatography

Liquid-liquid chromatography