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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #85, Custom Fields

By September 6, 2018
Empower tip-of-the-week

In Empower Software, a Peak Custom Field is a user-defined calculation pertaining to a peak or peaks within the chromatogram. Our goal in this Empower Tip is to calculate the percent of Label Claim for an ingredient in the final product.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #84, Custom Fields

By August 29, 2018
Empower tip-of-the-week

As we continue our series on using Custom Fields in Empower Software, learn how to create a Component Custom Field.

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The Quest for a Universal Chromatography Technique

By August 23, 2018

When considering that the range of compounds that might be subject to chromatography goes from highly volatile species with molecular weights of tens of Daltons, to proteins with molecular weights of hundreds of thousands of Daltons, maybe it isn’t so surprising that there are a variety of separation techniques required.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #83, Custom Fields

By August 22, 2018
Empower tip-of-the-week

With Empower Tip #83, we continue looking at Custom Fields and learn how to create a Custom Sample Set Field. A Sample Field is something that identifies a sample and each sample can have its own set of unique identifiers. A Custom Sample Set Field is something that identifies the entire Sample Set. Common Custom Sample Set Fields are method type, column used, and mobile phase used.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #82, Custom Fields

By August 15, 2018
Empower tip-of-the-week

Tip #82: How to create a Custom Field in Empower Welcome back to Get Empowered! In the last Empower tip-of-the-week post for Empower CDS Software, we learned about using the Result Audit Viewer to understand the… Read more >

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #81, Result Audit Viewer

By August 9, 2018
Empower tip-of-the-week

If someone has generated multiple results for a sample, it is important to understand what the differences are between those results. Using the Result Differences table in Empower Software’s Result Audit Viewer makes the job much easier. Let’s see how it’s done!

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I Resolve to Get Better mAb Separations

By August 8, 2018

We listened and learned how scientists separate mAbs and ADCs; then we designed a novel column for LC-MS bioseparations A critical step toward the prolific and successful use of monoclonal antibodies (mAb) as biotherapeutics occurred… Read more >

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #80, Result Audit Viewer

By August 1, 2018
Empower tip-of-the-week

Empower Software’s Result Audit Viewer makes it easier to review the audit trail information associated with a Result Set by bringing this information into one window rather than going to all of the individual audit trail windows. In this tip, we take a tour of the Result Audit Viewer.

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Get Empowered: Reader Question on Calculating Peak Valley Points | Tip #79

By July 26, 2018
Empower tip-of-the-week

We answer a question as a follow-up to Tip #74 on using Empower’s System Suitability option to calculate the ratio of peak to valley height when there’s a valley between the chromatographic peaks; What about calculating valley height when there are two fused peaks?

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Enhancing Analytical Productivity by Breaking Down Silos (Part 1)

By July 20, 2018

Analytical methods transfer. Data integrity. A changing and more stringent regulatory landscape. All this, and more, impacts productivity in upstream and downstream biopharmaceutical processes. How is Waters looking to help address development challenges for biologics and biosimilars?

Categories: Pharmaceutical