Customized Training


Customized Training

Customized training solutions from sample preparation to data analysis. Specially designed courses to meet today’s ever-increasing demands for analytical performance, productivity and ease of use!

Target Analysis offers a wide range of application training on the various aspects of chromatography (GC, LC, Prep- LC, SMB, FPLC, HPLC, IC, GC/MS, LC /MS). The courses are designed to provide a learning experience for beginners, users and experts.

In short, the courses cover chromatography:

  • Fundamentals
  • Troubleshooting
  •  Method Development, and
  • Software Training 

Training is conducted at your site, tailored to your analytical instruments, and adapted to your lab needs.

Liquid Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS)

Liquid chromatography has a variety of uses, including assessing the quality of food and beverage ingredients, determining the impurity levels in water and soil, and evaluating the daily goods we use.

In any lab, the most valuable assets are the people. We can assist you in gaining the knowledge and abilities you need to succeed, whether you need to comprehend fundamentals, enhance your expertise, learn about maintenance and best practices, or optimize an application.

The uses of HPLC go beyond the analysis of tiny molecules and peptides to include more critical complex substances like proteins and antibodies.

Target Markets: pharma & biopharma, proteomics & metabolomics, clinical research, food & beverage, environmental and forensics & toxicology.

Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS)

From detecting potentially poisonous chemicals in foods to quantitation of organic contaminants in water or analysis of petroleum, GC-MS is used for many different applications, such as food & beverage, environmental, metabolomics, oil and gas analysis.

Customized training solutions for the analysis of volatile and semi-volatile compounds, alcohols, aromatics, hydrocarbons, pesticides, fatty acids, steroids and hormones. GC-MS is used for the separation of complex mixtures, quantification of analytes, identification of unknown peaks and determination of impurities at trace levels.

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