CIM Monolith Chromatography for Biomolecules

4 October 2016 15:15-17:00, Cambridge, United Kingdom


Introduction
CIM Monolith Chromatography for Biomolecules 
Convective Interaction Media (CIM) monolith chromatography is the latest innovative FPLC/HPLC technique for the separation and analysis of biomolecules.
This technique, based on convective mass transfer, offers flow-independent resolution and flow-independent binding capacity for biomolecule separations. This seminar examines how monolith chromatography can increase the efficiency and resolution of in-process analytics for bioprocessing applications. Practical aspects for rapid method development will be discussed and real examples from viral vaccine, gene therapy and therapeutic antibody production will be discussed.
 
Convective mass transfer theory
Practical hints and tips
Method development
Real examples and data
Selectivity and how to use it
Summary and conclusions 
 
Available as in-house or off-site courses. Contact us for details
Tel: 0118 930 3660 Email: seminars@hichrom.co.uk

 
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Trinity Centre Cambridge

Suite 1, Trinity Centre Cambridge, 24 Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0FN, United Kingdom

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Hichrom is one of the world’s leading HPLC column manufacturers and has been firmly established in the field of Liquid Chromatography for over 30 years, developing, manufacturing and supplying the highest quality LC columns throughout the world.  During this time Hichrom has built up a strong reputation amongst chromatographers for our technical expertise. Our speakers are experienced chromatographers who will be happy to discuss your questions on a wide variety of HPLC/UHPLC topics including: troubleshooting, method development, reproducibility, batch reservation, custom packing/bonding, application support, method transfer & column selection.

 
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