ESA will officially launch its universal detector for use with high
performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), based on a technology
called CAD (charged aserosol detector), in Europe at the HPLC 2005
exhibition in Stockholm in June.
Selerity Technologies introduces a new silica-based stationary
phase that can withstand temperatures of up to 200ºC, overcoming
the extreme temperature barrier that has hampered HPLC technology
Agilent Technologies claims a 95 per cent sample recovery with the
introduction of its liquid chromatography column (LC) that
separates and desalts protein samples. This enables proteomics
researchers to detect and identify potential...
Agilent Technologies has introduced the first high-performance
liquid chromatography (HPLC)-chip/mass spectrometry (MS) system for
protein identification. This breakthrough microfluidics-based LC/MS
technology is expected to significantly...
Polymer Laboratories has launched a range of capillary and micro
chromatography columns for small scale chromatography which use
chemically stable polymeric particles to suit demanding high
sensitivity separations in drug discovery...
Waters has started shipping its new 'ultra performance liquid
chromatography' (UPLC) system AcQuity, first introduced to the
laboratory sector at the Pittcon exhibition earlier this year and
the winner of the gold award...
Switzerland's Metrohm has developed a new delivery system for
reagents used in ion chromatography that is designed to reduce
wastage, improve safety in the lab and does away with the need to
dispose of spent eluent cartridges.