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According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Feed Palatability Enhancers & Modifiers market is estimated to be $2569.2 million in 2015 and is expected to reach $3397.07 million by 2022 growing at a CAGR of 4.07% from 2015-2022. Growing demand for feeds, improving customer concerns about the quality of meat, mass production of meat and increasing demand for healthier animal feeds are some of the factors influencing the market growth. However, the feed palatability enhancers & modifiers market is inhibited by rising cost of raw materials and dangerous effects of ingredients. Moreover, growing costs of natural feed products will offer a significant market growth over the forecast period. By geography, Asia Pacific is the largest and fastest growing market. North America stood as a second largest market and the other two regions Europe and RoW are registered as the slowest growing markets. The factors that are boosting the Asia Pacific regional market include increasing demand for animal feed and growing consumer awareness regarding chemicals. Some of the key players in this market include E.I. Dupont De Nemours and Company, Kerry Group PLC, Cargill Inc., BASF SE, Bruker Corporation, Phenomenex Inc., Rl Food Testing Laboratory and Invivo Labs. Type Covered: • Feed Texturants • Flavor • Sweeteners Livestock Covered: • Cattle • Equine • Aquaculture • Pets • Ruminants • Swine • Poultry  Regions Covered: • North America o US o Canada o Mexico • Europe o Germany o France o Italy o UK o Spain o Rest of Europe • Asia Pacific o Japan o China o India o Australia o New Zealand o Rest of Asia Pacific • Rest of the World o Middle East o Brazil o Argentina o South Africa o Egypt What our report offers: - Market share assessments for the regional and country level segments - Market share analysis of the top industry players - Strategic recommendations for the new entrants - Market forecasts for a minimum of 7 years of all the mentioned segments, sub segments and the regional markets - Market Trends (Drivers, Constraints, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, Investment Opportunities, and recommendations) - Strategic recommendations in key business segments based on the market estimations - Competitive landscaping mapping the key common trends - Company profiling with detailed strategies, financials, and recent developments - Supply chain trends mapping the latest technological advancements


Gritti F.,University of Tennessee at Knoxville | Sanchez C.A.,Phenomenex Inc. | Farkas T.,Phenomenex Inc. | Guiochon G.,University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Journal of Chromatography A | Year: 2010

A series of experiments and measurements demonstrate the importance of minimizing the extra-column band broadening contribution of the instrument used. The combination of several measures allowed the achievement of the full potential efficiency of three Kinetex-C18 columns, using a conventional liquid chromatograph. The first measure consists in minimizing the extra-column volume of the instrument, without increasing much its back pressure contribution, by changing the needle seat volume, the inner diameter and length of the capillary connectors, and the volume of the detector cell of a standard instrument (Agilent 1100). The second measure consists in injecting a volume of weak eluent (less than half the elution strength of the mobile phase) right after the sample, before the sample had time to reach the column. Experimental results show that these changes could provide most of the resolution expected from the true column performance. After the changes were made, the resolutions of the 2.1mm×50mm, 4.6mm×50mm, and 4.6mm×100mm Kinetex-C18 columns for compounds having retention factors close to 1 were increased by about 180, 35, and 30%, respectively. The resolutions obtained are then similar to those measured with advanced instruments like the Agilent 1200, the Agilent 1290 Infinity HPLC, and the Acquity chromatographs. © 2010 Elsevier B.V.


Fanali S.,National Research Council Italy | D'Orazio G.,National Research Council Italy | Farkas T.,Phenomenex Inc. | Chankvetadze B.,Tbilisi State University
Journal of Chromatography A | Year: 2012

In this study two types of silica particles, one fully porous and the other superficial porous (core-shell or fused-core) were modified with a polysaccharide-type chiral selector and evaluated for the separation of enantiomers in nano-liquid chromatography (nano-LC) and capillary electrochromatography (CEC). The major goal of this project was to critically evaluate the contribution of the "flow through particles" to enhancing peak efficiency in CEC compared to nano-LC. The better performance of fused-core silica particles compared with silica particles of comparable size but having through pores questions the previous assumption that "flow through particles" is the major contributor to enhancing peak efficiencies observed in CEC. In addition, based on the results of this study it is suggested that contrary to previous reports on core-shell particles behaving poorly in narrow bore columns, these materials are quite suitable for CEC, at least in capillary columns of 100 μm I.D. © 2012 Elsevier B.V.


Lomsadze K.,Tbilisi State University | Jibuti G.,Tbilisi State University | Farkas T.,Phenomenex Inc. | Chankvetadze B.,Tbilisi State University
Journal of Chromatography A | Year: 2012

This article reports comparative high-performance liquid chromatographic separations of enantiomers with chiral stationary phases (CSPs) prepared by coating cellulose tris(4-chloro-3-methylphenylcarbamate) on totally porous and on core-shell type silica of comparable particle diameter. Several interesting observations were made: (1) the selectivity of separation was higher on core-shell type CSP compared to totally porous CSP at comparable content of chiral selector (polysaccharide derivative); (2) much flatter dependence of plate height on the mobile phase flow rate was observed for columns packet with CSP prepared with core-shell silica compared to the ones packed with CSPs prepared with totally porous particles; (3) at low mobile phase flow rates core-shell CSP provided lower resolving ability compared to a commercially available CSP having four times higher content of chiral selector along with higher retention of chiral analytes. However, at high flow rates core-shell type CSP performed similarly or better than the commercial column in regards of plate count (N) and peak resolution (Rs) per column length and within a given total analysis time. The advantage of CSP prepared with core-shell silica is obvious from the viewpoint of plate numbers and resolution calculated per unit time (i.e. speed of analysis). © 2012.


Mosiashvili L.,Tbilisi State University | Chankvetadze L.,Tbilisi State University | Farkas T.,Phenomenex Inc. | Chankvetadze B.,Tbilisi State University
Journal of Chromatography A | Year: 2013

This article reports the systematic study of the effect of basic and acidic additives on HPLC separation of enantiomers of some basic chiral drugs on polysaccharide-based chiral columns under polar organic mobile-phase conditions. In contrary to generally accepted opinion that the basic additives improve the separation of enantiomers of basic compounds, the multiple scenarios were observed including the increase, decrease, disappearance and appearance of separation, as well as the reversal of the enantiomer elution order of studied basic compounds induced by the acidic additives. These effects were observed on most of the studied 6 chiral columns in 2-propanol and acetonitrile as mobile phases and diethylamine as a basic additive. As acidic additives formic acid was used systematically and acetic acid and trifluoroacetic acid were applied for comparative purposes. This study illustrates that the minor acidic additives to the mobile phase can be used as for the adjustment of separation selectivity and the enantiomer elution order of basic compounds, as well as for study of chiral recognition mechanisms with polysaccharide-based chiral stationary phases. © 2013 Elsevier B.V.


A slurry chamber is fastened to and held in coaxial alignment with a chromatography column by a V-band. One end of the column has an end cap and fit. A slurry of fluid and chromatographic media is placed in the column and chamber. A piston is forced through the chamber and into the column by a hydraulic ram to expel the fluid and form a media bed in the column. The slurry chamber is removed, and a split end cap is fastened to the column. A threaded recess in the split end cap receives a split, threaded collet. The collet is tightened until it pushes against the piston with the same force as the ram, at which point the ram is released and the column removed for use.


Patent
Phenomenex Inc. | Date: 2010-01-22

A slurry chamber is fastened to and held in coaxial alignment with a chromatography column by a V-band. One end of the column has an end cap and frit. A slurry of fluid and chromatographic media is placed in the column and chamber. A piston is forced through the chamber and into the column by a hydraulic ram to expel the fluid and form a media bed in the column. The slurry chamber is removed, and a split end cap is fastened to the column. A threaded recess in the split end cap receives a split, threaded collet. The collet is tightened until it pushes against the piston with the same force as the ram, at which point the ram is released and the column removed for use.


Patent
Phenomenex Inc. | Date: 2013-03-15

A chromatography column has an upstream frit made of non-woven, metal fibers sintered to form a depth filter having graded interstitial passages increasing in size in the direction of flow through the column during use. The frit is held in the column or in a recess of an end fitting, insert or PEEK holder. An annular PEEK ring seals at least one face of the frit at a peripheral edge of the frit, and preferably seals both faces at that edge.


Patent
Phenomenex Inc. | Date: 2012-11-02

A blood sampling device is provided having holder with a manipulating end and an absorbent probe on the opposing end. The probe is of hydrophilic polymer sized to directly absorb a predetermined volume of up to about 30 microliters of blood. Ribs on the holder position the probe within a compartment of a container to prevent contact with the container. The ribs also position the probe within extraction wells.


News Article | October 3, 2016
Site: www.chromatographytechniques.com

Phenomenex’s Yarra 1.8 µm SEC-X300 is a high-resolution gel filtration (GFC)/aqueous size-exclusion (SEC) column for the separation of high molecular weight (HMW) biomolecules on HPLC and UHPLC systems. With a wide separation range of 10 K to 700 KDa and high efficiency, the column is ideal for separating and characterizing monoclonal antibody aggregates, antibody drug conjugates and biosimilars in drug discovery and development research. The HMW focus of the column complements the low molecular weight range (1 K to 450 KDa) of the existing Yarra 1.8 µm SEC-X150 column. The proprietary Yarra surface chemistry, combined with bio-inert column hardware, reduces sample adsorption compared to other GFC/SEC columns, providing improved recovery and accurate quantitation of biomolecules. The SEC-X150 and -X300 media are both available in 150 and 300 mm column lengths for analytical flexibility to increase speed or resolution. Phenomenex Inc. www.phenomenex.com, 310-212-0555

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