Innovative UHPLC and HPLC HILIC Columns
Jan 23 2018 Read 648 Times
Hilicon AB offers a broad range of innovative hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography (HILIC) products for the separation of polar and hydrophilic compounds. Three column chemistries in UHPLC and HPLC formats are marketed under the brand names of iHILIC®-Fusion iHILIC®-Fusion, iHILIC®‑Fusion(+), and iHILIC®-Fusion(P). The columns are versatile for the LC–MS analysis of polar compounds in “omics” research, food and beverage analysis, pharmaceutical discovery, environmental studies, and clinical diagnostics.
The packed iHILIC stationary phases are charge modulated amide silica or polymer particles that are covalently bonded with various neutral, positively charged, and negatively charged hydrophilic functional groups, following our innovative and unique surface-bonding technologies. Therefore, iHILIC columns provide customised and complementary selectivity, excellent durability, and ultra-low column bleeding, which are suitable for the LC-MS based applications. Furthermore, they also simplify the method development, and improve the productivity and data quality in chemical and biological analysis.
Beside the HILIC analytical columns, Hilicon also provides HILIC type SPE single-use cartridges and 96-well plate (iSPE®-HILIC) for the solid phase extraction and purification of polar compounds from numerous sample matrix. The purification of glycan/glycopeptides or toxins in biological samples are two of the important application areas.
For further information email email@example.com or visit www.hilicon.com.
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