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Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New HPLC and UHPLC Column
Product News

Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New HPLC and UHPLC Column

Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New HPLC and UHPLC Column
Product News

Thermo Fisher Scientific Introduces New HPLC and UHPLC Column


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Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the introduction of new HPLC and UHPLC column, Thermo Scientific GlycanPac AXR-1 column, for glycan analysis.

This new column offers extremely high-resolution separations based on charge, isomerism, and size and are designed to facilitate both high resolution glycan profile characterization and quantification.

“Until now, glycans isomers could not be separated by conventional HPLC,” said Ilze Birznieks, Product Marketing Manager for Biocolumns at Thermo Fisher.

Birznieks continued, “This new column helps users achieve greater resolution of glycans using HPLC, providing easier profile characterization. This is useful for characterizing glycans from monoclonal antibodies being developed for therapeutics.”

The GlycanPac AXR-1 columns are designed for excellent resolution of labeled and unlabeled glycans, and are compatible with fluorescence and mass spectrometry detection methods. Learn more about this new biocolumn at www.thermoscientific.com/GlycanPac.

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