News Details

News Details

March 2018

by Thomas Kerkewitz

analytica 2018: Highlights for BioLC – Visit us!

At this year’s analytica in Munich, YMC will introduce new, innovative products for bio molecules, such as peptides, proteins and antibodies:

  • New, pH stable widepore C4 columns
  • HIC columns
  • SEC columns especially for antibodies

Widepore C4 RP columns:

  • For HPLC and UHPLC
  • Convincing reproducibility
  • Outstanding pH stability

HIC columns:

  • Especially developed for proteins and antibodies
  • High pH stability
  • Quick analysis

SEC columns:

  • Especially developed for antibodies
  • For HPLC and UHPLC
  • High resolution

Then, visit the YMC booth 405 in hall 1 to find out more!

Purification of Peptides

Maximize your flexibility for the downstream processing of peptides and make use of easy scale-up procedure for the purification!

Using YMC-Triart Prep C18-S, a method for the purification of an antidiabetic peptide therapeutic was successfully developed under alkaline condition with high resolution. The purity obtained for the target compound was 99.5%. With its wide pH-stability range (pH 2-10), YMC-Triart Prep C18-S provides more flexibility to optimize the resolution.

Download the article here.

UHPLC App: Fatty acids without derivatization - cost-effective and in less than 2 minutes!

The effect of fatty acids on health differs due to the type of carbon-carbon double bonds. Fatty acids with cis type double bonds, such as the omega-3 fatty acids, are beneficial in preventing heart diseases. On the contrary, fatty acids with trans type double bonds are known to increase the risk of coronary heart diseases.

During industrial processing of food, trans type double bonds are produced by rearrangement of cis double bonds into trans configuration, e.g. as a by-product in the hydrogenation of vegetable oil. Therefore, it is essential to monitor the types of double bonds of fatty acids in food.

Analyse fatty acid isomers using YMC-Triart C18 ExRS!

Find out more and download your Application Note here.

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