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September 19, 2011



At the end of March, Lab Manager Magazine held a ‘product showcase’ webinar on ‘New Chemistries and Improvements in Liquid Chromatography (LC) Columns” where attendees learned what type of LC columns can best fit their specific applications and workflows to recent trends and the long-term outlook of LC columns. To view this archived webinar click here.

 Featured News

Agilent Technologies Introduces Sub-Two Micron Reversed-Phase UHPLC Column, Enabling Fast Higher-Order Protein Characterization
Agilent Technologies Inc. introduced the ZORBAX RRHD 300SB-C18 1.8 micron column for UHPLC systems. It is a silica reversed-phase column that can be used for higher-order reversed-phase characterization of intact proteins and protein digests.
For more information click here.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New Range of Solid Core HPLC Columns
Announced the release of the Thermo Scientific Accucore HPLC column range. Founded on state-of-the-art Core Enhanced Technology and utilizing vast experience in phase bonding and packing, these columns provide a unique chromatography solution to enhance laboratory workflow and efficiency. Available in a wide range of stationary phase selectivities and compatible with almost any instrument, these columns give increased sensitivity and peak resolution, providing excellent return on investment.
For more information click here.

Thermo Fisher Scientific Releases iPad Accessible Chromatography Columns and Consumables Catalog
Thermo has an iPad-compatible version of its latest Thermo Scientific Chromatography Columns and Consumables catalog. This online catalog for the iPad ensures users are just clicks away from an interactive version of the familiar printed Thermo Scientific Chromatography catalog that includes innovative searching and linking features. To access the online catalog, including the iPad version, or receive further information, click on this link.

AB SCIEX Expands Eksigent Chip Column Family for Nano and Micro LC Proteomics Analysis
announced the extension of its Eksigent line of column chips for the cHiPLC(R)-nanoflex system. Five new chips were introduced at the HUPO (Human Proteome Organization) conference today, expanding the flexibility and application of the system for high-performance proteomics analysis, including biomarker discovery, validation and verification.
For more information click here.

 Featured Product

Thermo Scientific EASY-Column, Nano Flow LC Columns

Delivering Chromatographic Excellence at Nanoscale

Integrating perfectly with your existing systems, Thermo Scientific EASY-Columns are fully biocompatible, metal free, fused silica capillary columns packed with the highest quality chromatographic media. Precision cutting and polishing of capillary ends, ensures zero dead volume connection with emitter or transfer lines. Simple, flexible design, compatibility with virtually any nano-flow system and rigorous quality control on every column, EASY-Column™ is the perfect choice for on-line LC/MS at the nanoscale.

For more information visit today!

 Featured Question and Discussions

Water Leak into Instruments Power Supply
I got the water leak into the instrument's power supply (on the back) and it stopped working. I cannot fix it without having an electrical diagram. Wonder if someone has it, please respond.
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Data handling in Chemstation A.10.02
1. How can I print a "zoomed" chromatogram?
2. How can I change the font size on the axes of a chromatogram (x and y)?
3. How can I change the way Chemstation integrates peaks?
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Screen on Pump is Blank
The LCD screen of my pump is blank. The pump initialises but the writings do not show.
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LC is not connected
Recently connected my computer to internet via ethernet cable instead of wireless and the computer no longer connect to the LC.
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Compound Management & Integrity 
Join us in Philadelphia, PA this September 26-28 at the 7th Compound Management & Integrity Summit to investigate the internal function of compound management & integrity (CMI) strategies currently being used within the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. Additionally, gain insight into the future directions of the CMI field, hear case study examples from industry leaders and benchmark best practices.

For more information and what topics will be covered click here.

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LabWrench Manager

Thermo Scientific


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