When developing a method for the routine multiresidue analysis of pesticides in food commodities there are several factors that need to be considered when selecting which liquid chromatography (LC) column to use. The requirements include:… Read more >
Enhancing performance, mitigating risk, and improving efficiency Today, Waters introduced the Arc HPLC, a modern liquid chromatography system that replicates established test methods while delivering improved performance. HPLC has been a cornerstone of routine analytical… Read more >
The characterization of peptides and proteins can be challenging due to issues such as adsorption, varying hydrophobicities, and specificity to name just a few. When analyzing peptides by Liquid Chromatography (LC) and Mass Spectrometry (MS),… Read more >
The 30th James L. Waters Annual Symposium will take place on Monday, March 18 in Philadelphia as part of Pittcon 2019. The theme of this year’s Symposium focuses on early research efforts required to develop… Read more >
We’ve updated our UPLC systems to enable you to find faster, simpler, and better ways to do your work. Take a closer look at our new and improved ACQUITY UPLC PLUS Series.
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.
Tips to get the best performance and extend the lifetime of your chromatography column.
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 >
According to published reports by Hiscox UK in 2008, just listening to the sound of a sports car increased salivary testosterone levels in male and female participants. Another study, by Gad Saad et al, measured… Read more >