XBridge® and ACQUITY UPLC® Oligonucleotide C18 Columns

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Average Rating: 4.3
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Rating: 4.3

  • Application Area: Chromatography

"This column has good separation and high resolution at different conditions. The new stationary phase provide for various chromatographic application. My next research I will be use it. I recommend this product to all my colleague."

Review date: 25 Mar 2014 | XBridge® and ACQUITY UPLC® Oligonucleotide C18 Columns
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Rating: 4.3
"Robust column, high pH range."

Review date: 20 Sep 2011 | XBridge® and ACQUITY UPLC® Oligonucleotide C18 Columns
XBridge® and ACQUITY UPLC® Oligonucleotide C18 Columns for Synthetic Oligonucleotide Analysis and Purification
  • Ion-pair, reversed-phase separation of detritylated oligonucleotides on sub-3 micron particles yields exceptional component resolution.
  • UPLC ® technology increases sample throughput while maintaining necessary oligonucleotide component resolution.
  • LC/UV and LC/MS methods for enhanced quantitative and qualitative oligonucleotides analyses.
  • Various XBridge™ Oligonucleotide C 18 column dimensions address lab scale purification needs.
  • 2nd generation hybrid-silica BEH Technology™ particles deliver exceptional column life.

Use of synthetic oligonucleotides for research, diagnostic, and therapeutic applications continues to increase. The availability of 2.5 μm HPLC or 1.7 μm UPLC ® technology particles in several column dimensions provides flexibility to meet various LC/UV or LC/MS application needs. Waters' stringent manufacturing and quality control procedures help ensure consistent batch-to-batch and column-to-column performance.