6 July 2020
Interview with Dr. Duncan Smith, Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Manchester Institute. Within Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute, Dr. Smith is Head of Mass Spectrometry, responsible for innovative biological mass…
Uncovering every aspect of complex biological samples
requires superior separation power. Micro Pillar Array Columns (µPACᵀᴹ) guarantee the ultra-high resolution, reproducibility and
robustness you need.
We have developed a complementary range of reversed-phase chromatography columns for systems biology and biopharma applications, compatible with all brands of low flow LC equipment and easy to integrate in your existing workflow.
Dive deep into highly complex omics samples, covering their vast dynamic range. Long gradient analyses on the 200 cm µPACᵀᴹ column reveal every detail, even for limited sample amounts. The free-standing pillar support structures allow flow with minimal back-pressure build up, offering higher flow rate flexibility.
Upgrade your routine high-throughput proteomics analyses. Short gradients run on the 50 cm µPACᵀᴹ column result in more peptide identifications than on packed-bed alternatives, even with less material. The unique properties of the pillar array technology ensure more robust and reproducible workflows.
Enjoy the benefits of the µPACᵀᴹ technology at capillary flow rates. Achieve increased robustness and throughput without losing sensitivity. The ideal solution for (clinical) proteomics, metabolomics and biopharmaceutical analyses.
We offer a trapping column designed for optimal compatibility with our analytical columns. Clean up and preconcentrate your samples, performing large volume sample injections with minimal impact on the total analysis time.
Get the same results every time. The perfect order in the stationary phase of micro Pillar Array Columns results in unprecedented reproducibility and consistent performance over time, outlasting any conventional alternative. Carefully designed and produced with micro-chip manufacturing techniques, every µPACᵀᴹ column is identical, allowing replacement with minimal impact.
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