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8th World Congress on Chromatography, will be organized around the theme “An cognizance into Advanced Chromatographic Techniques and Applications”

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Chromatography plays an important role in many pharmaceutical industries and also in the chemical and food industry. Environmental testing laboratories generally want to identify for very small quantities of contaminants such as PCBs in waste oil, and pesticides. The Environmental Protection Agency makes the method of chromatography to test drinking water and to monitor air quality. Pharmaceutical industries use this method both to prepare huge quantities of extremely pure materials, and also to analyze the purified compounds for trace contaminants. The other applications of chromatography especially HPLC is used in Protein Separation like Insulin Purification, Plasma Fractionation and Enzyme Purification. These separation techniques like chromatography gain importance in different kinds of companies, different departments like Fuel Industry, biotechnology, biochemical processes, and forensic science. Chromatography is used for quality analyses and checker in the food industry, by identifying and separating, analyzing additives, vitamins, preservatives, proteins, and amino acids. Chromatography like HPLC is used in DNA fingerprinting and bioinformatics.

  • Track 1-1HPLC in fingerprinting and Bioinformatics
  • Track 1-2Petrochemicals and Catalysis
  • Track 1-3Ebola Immunisation
  • Track 1-4Polymer Synthesis
  • Track 1-5LC-NMR
  • Track 1-6Clinical diagnosis of diseases and disorders

High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is different and another type of column chromatography that pumps a sample mixture or analyte in a solvent at high pressure through a column with chromatographic packing material. HPLC has the ability to analyse, and separate compounds that would be present in any sample that can be dissolved in a liquid in trace concentrations. Because of this advantage, HPLC is used in a variety of industrial and scientific applications, such as pharmaceutical industry, environmental, forensic science, and chemicals. High Performance Liquid Chromatography has brought lot of advantages in the department of food analysis and also in the analysis of various fat soluble vitamins. HPLC is also used in DNA fingerprinting and bioinformatics.

  • Track 2-1Ultra high performance liquid chromatography
  • Track 2-2Fast protein liquid chromatography
  • Track 2-3HPLC-mass spectrometry
  • Track 2-4Scope of High Performance Liquid Chromatography
  • Track 2-5Characterization of HPLC stationary phases

Gas chromatography is a generally a word used to give information about the group of analytical separation techniques used to analyze volatile materials in the gas phase. In this chromatography, the components of a sample are dissolved in a solvent and vaporized which results in the separation of analytes by differentiating the sample between two phases. Gas chromatography is one of the important types of chromatography that does not use the mobile phase for reacting with the analyte. If the stationary phase consists of solid adsorbant, termed gas-solid chromatography, or a liquid on an inert support, termed gas-liquid chromatography (GLC). Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) is the advanced technique of Gas Chromatography. Gas chromatography can be used in many different fields such as pharmaceutical industry, cosmetology and even environmental toxins.

  • Track 3-1Gas liquid chromatography
  • Track 3-2Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry
  • Track 3-3Gas solid chromatography
  • Track 3-4Gas Chromatography in Metabolomics Study

Chromatography utilizes phase equilibrium partitioning principles to isolate proteins, nucleic acids, or little particles in complex blends in view of their varying connections with a stationary phase and a mobile phase. There are two main types of chromatography: Liquid chromatography (LC) and gas chromatography (GC). Both LC and GC can be utilized for either preparative or investigative applications. Chromatography strategies can likewise be ordered by the chromatography media chemistry: the sorts of physicochemical associations used to segment components into the stationary and mobile phases thus accomplish separation.

  • Track 4-1Column chromatography
  • Track 4-2Planar Chromatography
  • Track 4-3Supercritical fluid chromatography
  • Track 4-4Ion exchange chromatography
  • Track 4-5Size-exclusion chromatography
  • Track 4-6Gas Chromatography and Liquid Chromatography

Analytical chromatography is routinely utilized as a part of industry and the scholarly world for partition, quantitation and ID of chemical or organic mixes. Chromatographic examination is additionally essential in the generation of pharmaceuticals, chemicals or food and beverages. Analytical chromatography is utilized to decide the existence and possibly also the concentration of analyte(s) in a specimen. A reinforced stage is a stationary stage that is covalently attached to the support particles or to within mass of the section tubing. A chromatogram is the visual yield of the chromatograph.

  • Track 5-1Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Track 5-2Food Analysis
  • Track 5-3Environmental Analysis
  • Track 5-4Metabolomic Analysis

A Hyphenated technique is mix or coupling of two distinctive analytical techniques with the assistance of proper interface. Mostly chromatographic techniques are consolidated with spectroscopic techniques. The term hyphenated methods ranges from the blend of separation-separation, separation-identification & identification-identification techniques. The hyphenation of these strategies prompts better examination of the segments. Hyphenated methods indicate specificity and sensitivity

  • Track 6-1GC-MS
  • Track 6-2LC-ESI-MALDI-TOF
  • Track 6-3ICP-AAS
  • Track 6-4ICP-OES
  • Track 6-5ICP-MS
  • Track 6-6 GC-NMR
  • Track 6-7 CE-MS
  • Track 6-8EC-MS
  • Track 6-9GC-MS-MS
  • Track 6-10LC-MS-MS
  • Track 6-11 LC-MS
  • Track 6-12GC-IR

The method of separation is united type of unit procedure in most of the modern pharmaceutical, chemical and other process plants. Newer separation processes, like super critical fluid chromatography, paper chromatography hybridization assay chromatographic separation, etc., are gaining importance in modern days plants as novel separation processes. The Hyphenated Technique is increased and made advanced by uniting of a separation technique and an on-line spectroscopic detection technology. In this session latest update in the advancement of different hyphenated techniques, e.g., LC-FTIR, LC-NMR, CE-MS, GC-MS, Liquid Chromatography MS, etc. in the method of pre-isolation identification of crude extracts or fractions from different natural sources, separation and  identification of natural products, chemotaxonomic studies and DNA fingerprinting are included.

  • Track 7-1Paper Chromatography Hybridization Assay (PACHA)
  • Track 7-2Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 7-3Convergence Chromatography
  • Track 7-4Hydrophobic Interaction chromatography
  • Track 7-5Optical force chromatography
  • Track 7-6High-performance and Immuno-affinity chromatography

Both comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography (GCxGC) and comprehensive two-dimensional liquid chromatography (LCxLC) have developed as capable tools for expanding the peak limit of a solitary chromatographic analysis. Using orthogonal chromatographic systems, analytes can be isolated by two unique, successive maintenance systems; this procedure takes into consideration analytes to be isolated from different compounds that would regularly co-elute in a solitary dimensional separation. Endeavors at NIST are being coordinated toward the investigation of issues identified with quantitation by both GCxGC and LCxLC, esteem task of complex matrix Standard Reference Materials (SRMs), and non-targeted analysis.

  • Track 8-1Chemometric Analysis
  • Track 8-2Two-dimensional gas chromatography
  • Track 8-3Two-dimensional liquidchromatography
  • Track 8-4Method Development in Multidimensional Chromatography
  • Track 8-5Applications of Multidimensional chromatography

Special techniques in analytical chemistry also play an important role in the analysis of many chemical compounds. Physical separation techniques are the most common, least expensive and safest. Component separation is also relatively easy but tends to be more expensive. The specialty chemical and pharmaceutical industries are the primary users of component separation techniques. Component separation is only now being applied to hazardous wastes and many processes are still in the demonstration stage. Chemical separation techniques are the most expensive and pose the greatest potential hazard. In Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography (HIC) the proteins are separated according to differences in the amount of exposed hydrophobic amino acids.

  • Track 9-1Physical separation techniques
  • Track 9-2Mixture separation techniques
  • Track 9-3Component separation techniques
  • Track 9-4Protein separation techniques
  • Track 9-5Chemical separation techniques

The separation mechanism relies on contrasts in polarity between the diverse encourage segments. The more polar a particle, the all the more firmly it will be adsorbed by a polar stationary stage. Additionally, the more non-polar a particle, the all the more strongly it will be adsorbed by non-polar stationary phase. Amid a surface adsorption chromatography process, there is competition for stationary phase adsorption sites, between the materials to be separated and the mobile phase. Encourage atoms of low extremity invest relatively more time in the mobile phase than those particles that are exceptionally polar, which are held longer. In this way the segments of a blend are eluted arranged by increasing polarity.

  • Track 10-1Chiral separations
  • Track 10-2Nanofluidic and microfluidic separations – MS
  • Track 10-3Ion suppression and matrix-effects in separation – MS
  • Track 10-4Industrial Aspects of Separations

Electro-migration techniques give the separation of analyzed sample components attributable to outer voltage creating electro-kinetic phenomena electrophoresis and electro-osmosis. Considering the moderately large number of parameters managed amid electrophoretic investigations, it is basic to know their impact on the accomplished separation of analytes. Electro migration techniques, because of their tremendous explanatory potential, are broadly connected in the assurance of different substances. These techniques give partition of segments of an analyzed sample owing to external producing electro-kinetic phenomena electrophoresis and electro-osmosis.

  • Track 11-1Capillary Zone Electrophoresis
  • Track 11-2Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography
  • Track 11-3Capillary Isotachophoresis
  • Track 11-4Capillary Isoelectric Focusing
  • Track 11-5Capillary Gel Electrophoresis
  • Track 11-6Electro Chromatography

The Chromatography industry is showing growth rapidly, with value expected to hit 228 billion dollars by 2016, up from 164 US billion dollars in the year of earlier 2010, growing annual growth of nearly 7, according to a recent industrial marketing research report. Geographically, global separation technique market has been segmented into four areas namely, North America, some parts of European region, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World. The global gas chromatography market, valued at $2,583.6 million in earlier 2014, is possibility to march up to $3,605.1 US million by 2019 at a CAGR of 6.9%.This global market report categorizes the market into 3 wide segments, like, Instrumentation, Accessories & Consumables, and Reagents.

  • Track 12-1Gas Chromatography Market
  • Track 12-2North America Market Share
  • Track 12-3Europe and Rest of the World Share
  • Track 12-4Market on Chromatography Instrumentation