Chromatography

  • From Discovery to Production of Active Biotherapeutic and Pharmaceutical Ingredients

From Discovery to Production of Active Biotherapeutic and Pharmaceutical Ingredients

Jun 19 2018 Read 1216 Times

Kromasil fits across the entire biotherapeutic and pharmaceutical organisations. Typically, researchers carry out method development using Kromasil UHPLC and HPLC columns based on 1.8 - 5 μm particle sizes. Then scientists and engineers in discovery, process and manufacturing departments scale the method up according to their needs using the same Kromasil stationary phases in prepacked columns and bulk ranging from 7 to 25 μm. This Kromasil capability to supply the entire development and production path of an API is unique in the market and shortens the timeline plus minimises costs when producing a drug. With 30 years of experience, Kromasil continues to expand its list of products, provides ready-made columns as well as bulk material for normal phase, reversed phase, chiral, HILIC, SFC and SMB chromatography.

For more information go to www.kromasil.com.

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