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We have continued to manufacture several different types of high-performance chemiluminescence (CL) analyzer and CL spectrometers for a wide variety of measurements such as lipid peroxides in blood and antioxidant in foods and detection very early stage of Polymer oxidation.
Our CL analyzer and CL spectrometer employ high sensitive photomultiplier to conduct single photon counting method. TEI holds 15 patents including two US patents titled "Method and Apparatus for measuring Lipid Peroxides" and "Method of measuring Amount of Polyphenol Compounds". They have been used in many research institutes in Japan as well as in other countries, i.e., Sweden, United States, Australia, and Asian countries. About 350 papers have been published by many researchers who used our CL apparatus in the field of chemistry, biochemistry, food, high polymers, oil and fats, food and many others.
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Peroxide Contents of Soybean Oil
Spectrometric Analysis of Chemiluminescence of Catechins
Analysis of Human Skin Surface Lipid Peroxides by CL-HPLC
Oxidation of Beer
Radical Trapping Capacity of potate
Analysis of the Phosphatidylcholine Hydroperoxide （PCOOH） in human plasma
Detection of Singlet Molecular Oxygen
Analysis of the Chemiluminescence of Catechins in Human Plasma
Oxidation of Polypropylenes
Imaging & Videos
Polypropylene oxidation and Oxidation Induction Time
Mixing of Luminol and Hydrogen Peroxide
There are other application data as below. If you had any interests, please contact us.
Oxidation of Tablets
Chemiluminescence of Electric Wire Including Antioxidants or Not
Oxidation of Milk Powder
Oxidation of Noodles
Chemiluminescence Spectrum of Food Oil
Measurement of ATP from Microorganism Extraction
Detection of H2O2 at ppb level
TRAP Assay (Antioxiodant Ability)
Phosphatidylcholine Hydroperoxide in HDL and nonHDL fraction
Phosphatidylcholine Hydroperoxide of Increased in Type 2 Diabetic Patients
CL spectrum of Lucigenine
Detection Tumor Cell by Fluorescent Assay