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The Many Faces of the Thermo Scientific Vanquish Duo UHPLC System for Increased Productivity in Biopharma Analyses

Video   Jul 03, 2020

 

Comprehensive analysis of biopharmaceutical molecules requires versatile LC separation methods, a level of flexibility but also an increase in productivity. The Thermo Scientific Vanquish Duo UHPLC System can give analytical scientists a productivity boost for the many different analyses needs they might have to ensure fast and well-informed drug development. The Vanquish Duo for Dual LC workflows allows the analyst to perform different LC separations on the same system simultaneously with many different combinations of column chemistries. While, with the Vanquish Duo UHPLC System for Tandem LC Workflows, the analyst can achieve and leverage maximized MS utilization to quicken the analytical work needed to advance lifesaving therapies.

 
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