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[Academic Report]The technical progress and research on new methods of Counter Current Chromatography

High speed counter-current chromatography (HSCCC) is a support-free liquid-liquid partition method which eliminates irreversible adsorption of sample onto the solid support and has the total recovery of injected sample, minimal tailing of peaks, low risk of sample denaturation. With the advantages of rapid speed and high separation efficiency, HSCCC has been widely used in preparative separation of active compounds from traditional Chinese herbs and other natural products. The report include the research of new method and recent progress of technology about counter-current chromatography,  agricultural ecology and biotechnology.

Professor Ian A Sutherland is the director of the British Brunel university bioengineering institute, which is the origin of CCC, as well as the chairman of the first international CCC Convention, occupying the extremely high academic status in the field of Counter Current Chromatography. What’s more, he is the editor-in-chief of J liquid Chromatography and related Technologies, and the member of Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council(BBSRC), publishing more than 400 SCI papers in Science, Nature, Anal. Chem. J. Chromatogram. A, as the first author or corresponding author. Professor has made outstanding contributions in the field of separation and purification of natural plants and proteins.

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