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Phenomenex Releases 2011/2012 Product Guide In Print and Digital with Multiple Language Versions

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The new catalog is available in print and interactive digital formats and includes HPLC, GC and SPE product selection guides.  The updated guide features an expanded section on Lux® columns, covering five modes of chiral chromatography, and a larger SFC offering of chiral and achiral media.  A new section of USP listings is also included to help users select the column that is right for each method.

The 2010/2011 guide, with more than 400 pages of Phenomenex chromatography products, accessories and equipment, also features an expanded offering of vials and syringes as well as new Kinetex® phases and Strata SPE sorbents.  The digital version, available by request at http://www.phenomenex.com/catalog, is published in English, German and Italian.

"Phenomenex is widely recognized for innovation and new product development, which can be seen in our expanded product guide," said Karen Brauneck, corporate communications manager for Phenomenex.  "We are particularly pleased to offer German and Italian versions in addition to English, to better serve our large international customer base."

Phenomenex is a global technology leader committed to developing novel analytical chemistry solutions that solve the separation and purification challenges of researchers in industrial, clinical, government and academic laboratories.  From drug discovery and pharmaceutical development to disease diagnosis, food safety and environmental analysis, Phenomenex chromatography solutions accelerate science and help researchers improve global health and well-being.