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Tamilnadu Test House offers HPTLC Testing services in the below areas for identification and Quantification of the components. HPTLC is a sophisticated instrument which is used for comparing several samples in parallel, checking for adulteration, Purity analysis, and quantifying marker compounds.

  • Botanical industry for fingerprinting, Identification and quantification of marker compounds, adulterant and falsification.
  • Pharmaceutical applications for identification and impurity test.
  • Food and cosmetic industry – Aflatoxins, Lipids, Carbohydrates, Food Colors, pigments, other additives
  • Environmental analysis – Pesticides, PAH’s
  • Forensics / toxicology
Herbal Drugs
  • HPTLC fingerprinting of herbal drugs used in gemmotherapy
  • Rapid chemotaxonomic discrimination of Clerodendrum species
  • Analysis of innovative plant extracts
  • Pharmacokinetics of berberine from Pushyanuga Churna
  • Simplified analysis of purity of ginkgo products
  • HPTLC-UV fingerprints of Gelsemium elegans and koumine contents determined by densitometry compared to UPLC-MS/MS
  • Comprehensive HPTLC fingerprinting for the quality control of Angelica gigas root
  • Qualitative and quantitative HPTLC analysis of licorice root
  • Comparison of conventional TLC and HPTLC for identity testing of herbal medicinal extracts
  • Adulteration of St. John’s Wort Products (Herbal Medicine Manufacturer)
  • The unique merits of HPTLC image analysis for quality control of herbal medicines
  • Marker compounds in Java tea characterized by HPTLC
  • Screening of three PDE5-Inhibitors and eight of their analogs in lifestyle products
  • Bioassay-guided isolation of plant antibiotics
  • Quantification of alkaloids in Sceletium tortuosum
  • Identification of acetylcholinesterase inhibitors from Galbanum
  • Planar-chromatographic fingerprint of German propolis
  • Rapid structure confirmation and quantitation by HPTLC-NMR
  • Bioautographic HPTLC assays for screening of Gabonese medicinal plants used against Diabetes mellitus
  • Identification of polyphenolic compounds in Rheum officinale Baill. by TLC-MS-coupling
  • Simultaneous analysis of temephos and fenitrothion in green tea
  • TLC/HPTLC fingerprinting of herbal essential oil followed by liquid chromatography hyphenated with the TLC-MS Interface
  • Quality control of Traditional Chinese Medicines by HPTLC
  • Separation of common plant triterpenoids by HPTLC
  • A comparison between HPLC and HPTLC for the separation and quantification of boswellic acids in Boswellia serrata extracts
  • Screening of unknown plant extracts by planar chromatography
  • HPTLC-identification of Hoodia gordonii, a popular ingredient of botanical slimming products
  • Validation of HPTLC methods for the identification of botanicals
  • Characterization of E472 food emulsifiers by HPTLC fingerprints
  • Comparison of yeast estrogen screening on HPTLC and in microtiter plates
  • Analysis of neonicotinoids in honey by complementary use of Planar Chromatography – HPLC and Mass Spectrometry
  • Screening of weight loss products for deliberately added undeclared synthetic drugs
  • Lovastatin and citrinin in red yeast rice products
  • Screening of steroids as adulterants in food supplements
  • Fast determination of benzoic acid in food
  • Fast determination of benzoic acid in food
  • HPTLC quantification of cocoa ingredients and their changes during different chocolate manufacturing steps
  • Quantification of Bitter Acids in Hops
  • Quantification of steviol glycosides and steviol/isosteviol
  • Screening for ricinoleic acid as marker for Secale cornutum impurities in rye
  • Rapid screening for ergot alkaloids in rye flour by planar solid phase extraction (pSPE)
  • Quantification of wax ester content in escolar
  • Determination of the hemolytic activity of saponins by an HPTLCblood gelatin test
  • Identification of herbal slimming drugs and screening for adulteration by HPTLC
  • Determination of lactose in foodstuff
  • Modern direct bioautography of endocrine active compounds
  • HPTLC-UV/MS of caffeine in energy drinks
  • Anthocyanes in food and animal feed by HPTLC-Vis-(EDA-)MS
  • Solid phase extraction as clean-up for pesticide residue analysis of tea samples using planar chromatographic developing techniques
  • Quantitative determination of steviol glycosides (Stevia sweetener)
  • TLC screening for the detection of Robusta admixtures to Arabica coffee
  • The fingerprint of biopolymers (polysaccharides)
  • Fast quantification of 5-hydroxymethylfurfural in honey
  • Planar solid phase extraction – a new clean-up concept in residue analysis of pesticides
  • Determination of enrofloxacin and ciprofloxacin in milk by direct bioautography detection
  • Determination of the glycoalkaloids -solanine and -chaconine in potatoes at different steps of potato processing
  • Analysis of water-soluble food dyes
  • Determination of unauthorized fat-soluble azo dyes in spices by HPTLC
  • HPTLC determination of illegal dyes in chili, paprika und curry
  • Quantification of piperine in black pepper fruit (Piper nigrum L.) and test for minimum content (MCT) of piperine (> 3% Ph. Eur.)
  • Limit test for adulteration of black pepper fruit (Piper nigrum L.) with papaya seed (Carica papaya L.)
  • Identification of Tangerine Peel (Citrus reticulata Blanco)
  • Characterization of the invertase activity and identification of botanical substrates by densitometry and MALDI-TOF MS
  • Dextrin profiles of starch digested with different amylases
  • Analysis of insulin samples from different species by HPTLC-MS
  • Use of Planar Chromatography for the analysis of peptides from tryptic protein digest
  • Screening for natural cosmetic preservatives by HPTLC-EDA
  • Validated method for fast quantification of glycine in cosmetics
  • AMD analysis and determination of biocides in lens cleaning fluid
  • Quality control of cosmetic products by HPTLC
  • Quantification of xanthones in mangosteen fruit hull extracts
  • HPTLC bioautographic assay for tyrosinase inhibitors in plant extracts
  • Screening method to study the reactivity of cosmetic UV filters on skin proteins
  • Detection and determination of caffeine, taurine and arginine in shampoos
  • Quantification and side component analysis of the cosmetic active tiliroside using planar chromatography
  • Determination of aloe vera gel in cosmetics
  • HPTLC fingerprint of Edelweiss plants and extracts used as ingredients in cosmeceuticals
  • Detection of UV filters in cosmetic products (sunscreen) by HPTLC and confirmation by HPTLC-MS
  • HPTLC method for determination of ceramides from human skin
  • TLC and HPTLC-MS in the manufacturing of clinical API batches
  • Degradation profiling of cefixime and azithromycin (antibiotics).
  • Cleaning validation at API production units
  • Simultaneous determination of pioglitazone, metformine and glimepiride in pharmaceutical preparations
  • Rapid test for content uniformity of Coenzyme Q10 in soft gel capsules by HPTLC
  • Cleaning validation using HPTLC
  • TLC/HPTLC-ELSD-MS coupling
  • Validated determination of secoisolariciresinol diglucoside in flaxseed by HPTLC
  • Screening for bioactive natural products in sponges
  • Use of HPTLC as a problem solving technique in pharmaceutical analysis
  • Identification and quantification of amino acids in peptides
  • Fast identification of unknown impurities by HPTLC/MS
  • Rapid content uniformity test of 6 batches of coenzyme Q10 in soft gel capsules by HPTLC
  • Determination of Metronidazole in pharmaceutical dosage form by HPTLC
  • Detection of Impurities in Bupropion Hydrochloride by HPTLC
  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in road surfaces
  • The CAMAG TLC-MS Interface 2 in practice
  • Determination of PAHs in toys by HPTLC
  • Determination of additives in plastic foils
  • Determination of SARA (Saturates, Aromatics, Resins and Asphaltenes) in bitumen by HPTLC
  • Evolution of plant defense compounds in the plantlitter continuum
  • Effect-directed analysis with HPTLC for water and environmental samples
  • Effect-directed analysis of a water sample
  • New screening concept for pesticide residue analysis in fruit and vegetables – HTpSPE-HRMS
  • HPTLC-MS combined with H/D exchange for the identification of substances in environmental analysis
  • Effect-directed analysis of environmental samples
  • Drinking water treatment – Identification of reaction by-products of 4- and 5-methyl1H-benzotriazole formed during ozonation
  • HPLC-MS or simply HPTLC for analysis of sucralose in water?
  • 1H-Benzotriazole and tolyl triazole in the aquatic environment
  • Characterization of the invertase activity and identification of botanical substrates by densitometry and MALDI-TOF MS
  • HPTLC-based effect-directed workflow in drug discovery
  • Optimized HPTLC-MS method for identification of constituents in broad-leaved dock
  • Comparison of different derivatization techniques
  • HPTLC for the quantitation of nicotine in liquids for electronic cigarettes
  • CAMAG Derivatizer – New spraying device for the automated derivatization of TLC plates
  • Quantification of nicotine in liquids for electronic cigarettes
  • Vision CATS 2.0 – Our new software for qualitative and quantitative HPTLC analysis
  • Analysis of plant glycosylceramides by automated multiple development
  • Introducing the new generation software – visionCATS
  • Introduction of special HPTLC and TLC plates for coupling with mass spectrometry
  • HPTLC-MS analysis using a novel compact single quadrupole mass spectrometer
  • Optimization of an AMD2 method for determination of stratum corneum lipids
  • Validated HPTLC method for skin lipids
  • The new TLC-MS Interface
  • Use of reversed phase (RP)-modified pre-coated plates

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