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Retaining and separating highly polar, water-soluble organic compounds has been a challenge for separations scientists who prefer reversed-phase chromatography as their technique of choice. See how Waters has addressed these analytical challenges with our T3 columns.
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In this webinar, we discussed the transfer of chromatographic methods that occurs at many stages in the development and production of a product. Here are a few questions that we received but did not have time to answer during the information-rich hour.
Bridging the gap between HPLC and UPLC performance, the ACQUITY Arc System is a favorite of QC laboratories that test small and large molecule pharmaceuticals. We’re excited to announce today (Tuesday, Oct. 5) that our… Read more >
The drug development process requires pharmacokinetic (PK) analysis to be performed as part of safety and efficacy studies in both preclinical species and human subjects. For high-sensitivity bioanalysis, liquid chromatography (LC) coupled to a triple… Read more >
The thought of transferring established high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) methods onto a another vendor’s LC, or a new platform like UHPLC/UPLC, may cause a bit of anxiety for those that may be unaware of… Read more >
Webinar Highlights | Understanding the Impact of System Dispersion on Separation Performance Hi, I am Jonathan E. Turner, Product Marketing Manager for ACQUITY® UPLC® and CORTECS® lines of columns at Waters Corporation. I recently conducted… Read more >
Webinar Highlights | Simplifying Methods Transfer: Novel Tools for Replicating Your Established Methods on an ACQUITY Arc System I’m Dr. Paula Hong, Principal Scientist at Waters Corporation. I recently conducted a webinar that talked about the… Read more >
For more than five decades, attempts have been made to improve liquid chromatography separations performance by reducing the particle size of the stationary phase. However, the benefits of doing so can only be realized if… Read more >