UHPLC Method Development Software on Show at Pittcon 2018
Jan 30 2018
The Molnár-Institute for applied chromatography has made progress this year to connect DryLab®4 from to some popular Chromatography Data Systems (CDS's) and instruments (such as Waters, Shimadzu, Thermo) to automate the development of UHPLC methods. This is a great help for users, as they don't need to manually set up the 12 methods, which are typically required by DryLab®4 for its unique 3D-modelling of the critical resolution of UHPLC separations.
Stop by Pittcon booth 1763 to discuss innovative strategies for improving the efficiency and success of cutting-edge HPLC through Molnár-Institute’s revolutionary method development software, DryLab®4, and learn how to shorten your method development time from 1-3 months to less than 1 week.
If you want your data system to support automated modelling, visit the Molnár-Institute for applied chromatography for more information and get an evaluation opportunity for your method optimisation work.
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