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Rebecca Roston, associate professor in biochemistry, looks over the data from a fatty acid with Zach Shomo in her lab. They are looking at the read-out of a detector after chromatography. Chromatography separates molecules by their physical properties. The detector sends a signal whenever it detects something. The result is a series of bumps representing separated groups of molecules. To tell what they are, you either need to run standards or further tests. In this case.Photo shoot in Rebecca Roston’s biochemistry lab in Beadle Hall. March 2, 2021. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication.
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