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Press Releases from YMC Europe GmbH (16 total)

Versatile (U)HPLC-hybrid columns, now also in C8!

With YMC-TriArt challenging pH-stability and high temperatures are no longer a limitation to your work. Above all due to its unique particle composition a balanced hydrophibicty and silanol activity are achieved which makes YMC-TriArt a “First Choice” column in method development! This new, innovative stationary phase YMC-TriArt fulfils all the requirements for modern, highly demanding chromatographic separations: - Versatility: balanced hydrophobicity and silanol activity. - Flexibility:

IEX columns for material screening and method development

Are you sure your column has been packed the best possible way? Until now the extremely efficient YMC-BioPro IEX phases have only been available as bulk media. Still it was introduced into many screening procedures in industry, because of its high quality. Now it is even easier to evaluate its extremely good cost-efficiency ratio: YMC announces the introduction of pre-packed IEX columns. The columns are always perfectly packed and, after equilibration

The YMC HG-series: High Quality low price silica material

Is it possible to get the best of both worlds? Better quality at better price? It is possible with the new YMC HG-grade series of silica based materials! These new phases combine the trusted selectivity of the YMC*gel materials with a new high performance silica base. The most obvious advantage of the new silica base is its extended mechanical stability which is due to an improved production process for the base

Easy handling with Kronlab Pilot columns

Advanced service and cleaning for Kronlab glass Pilot columns As a long-time specialist in the field of glass Pilot columns for lab and production separations, Kronlab specialists are continuously in close dialogue with chromatography end-users from Pharma/Biotech as well as research and education fields. This leads to numerous technical and practical modifications which make your every-day work a lot easier. The latest innovations are the stands of the Kronlab glass Pilot columns.

FAT for binary prep. HPLC-System

Recently YMC has assembled two systems for the purification of interferon at their facilities in Dinslaken. The customer took the opportunity to inspect and test the systems in the factory before shipping them to their production site (FAT = Factory Acceptance Test). The two identical Kronlab systems are intended for the purification of interferon using a RPC-column with a binary gradient. Each system comprises a binary high pressure gradient pump (2000

Preparative Chiral Purifications with YMC*Gel Chiral NEA

• For NP, RP, SMB and SFC applications • Bonded phases: Easy handling, suitable for all solvents • 5 and 10 µm particles for predictable scale-up • Reversal of elution order by selecting (R) or (S) versions Chirality has become vitally important in the production of pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals and related products, due to the dramatically different pharmacology the various optical isomers can present, ranging from no activity through undesirable effects to having potentially catastrophic

Pilot columns made to measure!

It does not matter if it’s tall or short, fat or thin - Pilot columns are increasingly being manufactured to customers’ demands. Kronlab routinely develops and manufactures lab-scale glass columns from 5 to 80 mm inner diameter, with volumes ranging from 0 to 5 liters. They also manufacture Pilot glass columns from 100 to 450mm inner diameter with volumes ranging from 0 to 150 liters. Kronlab use calibrated precision glass tubes

YMC-Triart Prep - Application Note: Separation of structurally similar peptides …

Reversed phase chromatography is undoubtedly the most powerful method for peptide purification. In order to improve the cost effectiveness of industrial scale peptide purifications, YMC has developed a new hybrid silica base and a novel bonding technology to improve process efficiencies and increase column life time. The new hybrid silica base, named YMC-Triart, was successfully prepared using micro-reaction flow technology. This allows the production of completely spherical, porous beads with a

New brochure "YMC Phases for Biochromatography"

The new HPLC brochure “YMC Phases for Biochromatography” is available now! It contains current applications for biomolecules using various separation mechanisms including IEX, SEC, RP and HILIC . This comprehensive brochure provides the perfect application support and product knowledge resource for HPLC for biomolecules. It includes innovative LC applications, specific YMC phases and YMC Kronlab laboratory glass columns which are providing benchmark performance for MPLC and LPLC. The new “YMC Phases for

Regulatory Support File for YMC-BioPro now available

A further milestone for YMC-BioPro IEX materials has been reached. The Regulatory Support File (RSF) for these high performance IEX resins has been finalized and is now available. The RSF provides detailed information on product characteristics, quality, stability data, safety data and extractables and so facilitates process development and validation. The document is available for all clients after signing a confidentiality agreement as some of the information is proprietary. With the Regulatory

Scalable and pH stable: New C8 and C18 hybrid phases

YMC is introducing a new concept in hybrid stationary phases named YMC Triart for C8 and C18 preparative scale materials. This multilayered hybrid particle succeeds where even modern materials often fail. With a careful balance between hydrophobicity and silanol activity, the new material performs similar to standard ODS or C8 materials. At the same time, it is stable at high pH even at elevated temperatures! Not only does this widen

Facing the challenge of efficiency in bio-pharmaceutical industry

With continuously increasing volumetric productivity in fermentation processes, new stationary phases can help to overcome shortcomings in downstream processing. In order to address this YMC has developed a new Ion Exchange resin with high dynamic binding capacity and low nonspecific interaction. This helps to reduce “cost of goods” in the production process. The Ion Exchange capture material is based on the same hydrophilic polymer matrix already used for the successful analytical

New hybrid material in HPLC: YMC-Triart C18

With YMC-Triart challenging pH-Stability and high temperatures are no longer a limitation to your work. Above all due to its unique particle composition a balanced hydrophibicty and silanol activity are achieved which makes YMC-Triart a “First Choice” column in method development! The revolutionary production technique, borrowed from Flow Chemistry, allows YMC to provide a multilayered silica-organic hybrid stationary phase, which provides an outstanding narrow pore size and particle size distribution resulting in

Ion Exchange Media for High Resolution Purifications of Biomolecules

YMC-BioPro Q30 and S30 are high performance ion exchange resins designed for the purification of proteins, peptides, antibodies and oligonucleotides in laboratory and industrial scale. They are based on a newly developed hydrophilic polymer matrix with a particle size of 30 μm and a pore size of 100 nm. The materials offer a high dynamic binding capacity, together with low non-specific adsorption and excellent recovery. The narrow particle size distribution

The Bio-Chromatographers’ wish

Simply high dynamic binding capacities (DBC’s) are no longer sufficient. High DBC, at high flow rates with close to 100% recovery, across a wide range of molecular weights, this is what chromatographers look for in modern ion exchange resins. “BioPro” YMC’s hugely successful ion exchange material offers exactly this. The growing user base confirms very good separation, high dynamic binding capacities and excellent recoveries for the anion as well as

Melamine in pet-food

Melamine (sometimes confused with the plant and animal compound, melanine or another compound, melanin) is an industrial chemical used in the manufacture of plastic products. Despite that, tests showed that a number of milk companies have used it in processing milk to artificially increase the apparent protein content by addition of non-protein nitrogen and so allowing illegal dilution of the product with water with a corresponding increase in sales value. The