A completely mobile apparatus is described for automatic column monitoring and analysis of radioactive-labeled compounds by the scintillation counting of aqueous effluents from chromatographic columns. The system is extremely versatile, is highly efficient for tritium-labeled substances, and uses only approximately 10% of the sample, saving 90% for further work. The system may be easily assembled from readily available items. In physiological studies of the analysis of cross-links from [3H]NaBH4-reduced collagen, the output of work was increased by ninefold. © 1974.
Mechanic, G. L. (1974). An automated scintillation counting system with high efficiency for continuous analysis: Cross-links of [3H]NaBH4-reduced collagen. Analytical Biochemistry, 61(2), 349–354. https://doi.org/10.1016/0003-2697(74)90401-1