Is it a dozen or even more? The more complex the samples, the more information is helpful in understanding about their composition. Chromatographic systems and detectors are coupled in hyphenated techniques to extract the maximum amount of information from a chromatographic run. Combining the best features of planar chromatography, effect-directed assays, column chromatography, and spectral detections results in powerful hyphenations . It reveals how efficiently and effectively our natural plant-based food contributes to our homeostasis, and straightforwardly gives important answers [1-4]. Miniaturization and method greenness (eco-friendliness) are also important keys. To achieve this, the simulation of the coordinated processes of all digestion segments was miniaturized and combined with separation and effect-detection.  The potential of new technologies was used to create a miniaturized all-in-one open-source 2LabsToGo system .
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