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LC-MS: Citrulline-NO cycle
LC-MS: 5-Aminolevulinic acid (ALA) and a precursor Glycine
Alliin and S-allyl-L-cysteine in Garlic
LC-MS: Thyroid hormone
Recombinant human serum albumin (rHSA)
The Cadenza CD-C18 HT 3 micron column shows comparable resolution to a sub-2 micron column, with much lower pressure.
The Cadenza CD-C18 HT 3 micron column shows better resolution between isopropylparaben and propylparaben than a sub-2 micron column, and the CD-C18 HT column also shows a higher plate count.
The Cadenza CD-C18 HT 3 micron column shows lower pressure, higher plate count, and higher resolution than a sub-2 micron column.
Exploring different C18 stationary phases for metabolites profiling
Protein separation on non-porous ODS column
Protein separation on non-porous ODS column
The effect of gradient slope and column length for thyroglobulin separation
The Scherzo SM-C18 column shows excellent batch to batch reproducibility for anionic, cationic, and neutral compounds.
The Scherzo SM-C18 column shows excellent batch to batch reproducibility for these small polar molecules.
Substitution of organic solvent for reversed-phase
Reducing organic solvent consumption
Batch-to-batch reproducibility of CW-C18
Protein exclusion on Cadenza HS-C18
Positional Isomers on CL-C18
Separation Properties of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds on CL-C18
Separation properties for Neutral Compounds on CL-C18
Basic interaction of CL-C18, CD-C18, and UK-C18
Batch to batch reproduciblity of CL-C18
Separation properties of basic compounds on CL-C18
Separation properties for acidic compounds on CL-C18
Analysis of enzymatic reaction using a high throughput 10 mm column.
Our 10 mm long column can be used instead of a conventional 20-35mm column, performing high-speed separation in approximately 20 seconds while reducing column length. Furthermore our 10mm column has an impressive lifetime of over 2000 injections.
The effect of electrostatic interaction on retention. Hydrophobic interaction, which depends on hydrogen bonding capacity and dipole-dipole interaction, affects the retention time of analysis on different columns.
Loading capacity of our versatile 20mm column is demonstrated at the laboratory level.
The 500x4.6mm column shows marked separation efficiency in comparison with the 5um ODS column.
The 500x4.6mm column delivers a high number of theoretical plates at a low flow rate.
Demonstrates the batch-to-batch reproducibility of UK-Phenyl with 3um phenyl packing material in three trials.
Demonstrates the batch-to-batch reproducibility of UK-C8 with 3um octyl packing material in three trials.
Unison UK-C18 batch to batch reproducibility
Demonstrates batch-to-batch reproducibility of US-C18 with 5um ODS packing material in three trials.
Demonstrates the pH durability Unison stationary phase series (UK-C18, UK-C8, UK-Phenyl)
Differences in ODS stationary phase interactions between Unison and Cadenza.
Comparison of elution quality between our high polar affinity ODS Unison column and high resolution Cadenza Column.
500 uL injection of eluent into a 2mm internal diameter column under optimal conditions.
Unison offers high performance in 100 percent aqueous elution, where conventional ODS columns lose retention.
Our phenyl column offers distinct selectivity in the separation of constitutional isomers when compared to conventional ODS columns.
Our C8 column can offer more balanced high speed separation or different selectivity than can an ODS column.
Cadenza withstands over 3000 runs of gradient analysis under optimal conditions.
Our 250 x 4.6 mm columns can obtain high theoretical plate counts at low flow rates with low back pressure.
Using our 30 mm column, analysis is possible in 30 seconds.
Cadenza's 3um particle size revolutionizes columns length, speed and separation efficiency.
The world's first specialty HPLC column for the analysis of amino acids without derivatization using LC-MS
Amino acids and metabolites/derivatives analysis without derivatization using a novel mixed-mode column
An Evaluation of a Multi-Mode Stationary Phase for HPLC Separations Using a Multi-Component Test Mix
Evaluation of Column Retentivity with large injection volume for high sensitive and High-Throughput LC-MS/MS Quantitative Analysis
The world's first specialty column for intact amino acid analysis via LC-MS