For laboratories that know biomolecules sometimes need to work harder to move through a chromatographic instrument, the biocompatible ACQUITY UPLC® H-Class Bio System is ready.
Engineered with a bio-inert flow path made of non-stainless-steel materials, the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class Bio System keeps large molecules intact and on the move, for better sample recovery and no carryover, whether the chromatographic mode you're using is reversed phase (RP), ion exchange (IEX), size exclusion (SEC), or hydrophilic interaction (HILIC).
The ACQUITY UPLC H-Class Bio System delivers the benefits of UPLC's resolution, sensitivity, and throughput in a system purpose-built for the analysis of proteins, peptides, nucleic acids, and glycans. Built on the foundation of the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class System, with its flow-through-needle injector, quaternary solvent delivery system, and AutoBlend Plus™ technology, the ACQUITY UPLC H-Class Bio System gives you more control than ever over your bioseparation.
The ACQUITY UPLC H-Class Bio System enables you to run more chromatographic modes on an application-inspired UPLC platform for biopharmaceutical analysis. The result: better peak clarity and selectivity in a system that allows you to confidently, routinely, and robustly characterize your biomolecule.
Application notes and news
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- Increasing Peak Capacity in Reversed-Phase Peptide Separations with Charged Surface Hybrid (CSH) C18 Columns
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- Facilitating Chiral Method Development Using UPSFC/MS
- Waters Showcases ACQUITY UPLC/MS Tools for Increasing Lab Efficiency at AACC 2012
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