PharmaFluidics’ webinar series

Did you miss one of our webinars about our µPAC™ technology?

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A New LC Approach to Complex Biological Samples by using micro Pillar Array Columns

In the last decades, several advances have been made in liquid chromatography (LC) column technology. The best known are columns packed with sub-2-μm porous particles or sub-3-μm superficially porous particles, and monolithic columns. A novel and unique development is micro Pillar Array Column (µPAC™ technology. μPAC™ columns are produced by a lithographic etching process to create separation beds on a silicon chip of highly ordered free-standing pillars.

In this webinar, Dr. Geert van Raemdonck and Ali Pervez of PharmaFluidics explained the principles of the micro-chip based pillar array columns and presented high resolution data obtained on complex biological samples using micro-chip based pillar array columns.

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Expanding the limits of routine proteomics using 50 cm micro Pillar Array Column (µPAC™)

The 50 cm µPAC™ column has clear benefits for routine proteomics work on separation power, robustness and reproducibility.

In this webinar, Dr. Geert van Raemdonck and Christof Mitterer of PharmaFluidics explained the principles of the 50 cm µPAC™ column and presented routine proteomics data obtained on complex biological samples using micro-chip based pillar array columns.

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A Novel Nanoflow LC–MS Approach for Bottom-up Proteomics Using the 200 cm long µPAC™ column

The 200 cm µPAC™ column has clear benefits for bottom-up proteomics work on separation power, robustness and reproducibility.

In this webinar, Dr. Geert van Raemdonck and Gilles Jaouen of PharmaFluidics explained the principles of the 200 cm µPAC™ column and presented high resolution proteomics data using micro-chip based pillar array columns.

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Capillary Flow LC-MS using µPAC™ columns: Combining Sensitivity with Robustness and Throughput

PharmaFluidics is presenting a novel type of micro Pillar Array Column that can be operated at capillary flow rates (1-15 µl/min). Compared to nanoflow LC, where flow rates typically below 1 µl/min are used, capillary flow LC can contribute to workflow robustness and throughput without compromising MS sensitivity.

In this webinar, Dr. Geert van Raemdonck and Robert van Ling of PharmaFluidics explained the principles of the micro-chip based pillar array columns and demonstrated how the PharmaFluidics µPAC™ capLC column can contribute to LC-MS workflow robustness and showcased high resolution data.

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Tips and tricks when working with PharmaFluidics’ micro Pillar Array Columns

As an alternative to classical packed-bed LC columns, PharmaFluidics offers micromachined nano LC chip columns or micro Pillar Array Columns (μPAC™) that are characterized by several unique features. Although these columns can be exchanged easily with conventional paced bed alternatives, we want to provide you some tips and tricks to get the best performance out of your µPAC™ columns.

In this webinar Dr. Geert van Raemdonck and Dr. Keiryn L. Bennett of PharmaFluidics provided some tips and tricks when working with micro-chip based pillar array columns and discussed the most optimal configuration when using micro-chip based pillar array columns.

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