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Biotage Releases New Catalog and Technical Guide for Sample Preparation and Evaporation
New additions include the updated Biotage® RapidTrace ®+ automated SPE workstation with enhanced features to process larger sample volumes up to 40 mL, and an expanded turret system enabling 1, 3 and 6 mL SPE columns to be used on the same unit. Also included are the TurboVap® range of patented vortex evaporation systems and the new PRESSURE+ manifolds, utilizing positive pressure for the solid phase extraction (SPE) of analytes in a wide variety of applications. The manifolds are ideally suited for Biotage ISOLUTE® SLE+ and compatible with supported liquid extraction (SLE) plates and columns; which in conjunction with PRESSURE+ manifolds offer a more efficient alternative to traditional liquid-liquid extraction (LLE).
Additionally, the technical guide offers step-by-step instructions for processing either columns or plates in manual and automated environments. A large variety of 96-well plates and cartridge sizes are offered in both silica and polymer-based phases for SPE, SLE and Protein Precipitation (PPT).
"Biotage sample preparation products are supported by a wealth of knowledge and experience in method development and problem solving." says Gavin Jones, Global Product Manager. "At Biotage we develop innovative scientific solutions and supply in-depth technical support that simplifies method development which in turn provides reliable and reproducible results. Our expertise aids customers in choosing the right product and most efficient method that best suits their analytical needs."
The 2012 catalog includes comprehensive information and detailed application guides to assist chemistry professionals. The new catalog is a perfect complement to the detailed and specific information available in Biotage's searchable Application Database found at www.biotage.com/applications.
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