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HPLC 2019 Milan

Optimize your LC/MS workflow.
Quality perfected for your intended use.

16 - 20 June 2019 in Milan, Italy
Booth #9-10 – Ground Floor – University of Milano-Bicocca

Visit us at our vibrant booth #9-10, Ground Floor to discover our comprehensive product portfolio and talk to our team of experts.

During HPLC 2019 edition we would like to introduce you to our 4 leading Life Science brands: Supelco®, Millipore®, Milli-Q®, and Sigma-Aldrich®.

Learn more prior to the event.

Join us for our Vendor Seminars!

Space Limited

Maximum Resolution for the Separation of Biomolecules

Date: 17th June, 2019
Time: 12:20-13:30
Location: Hall U6 - 07, University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy (how to get there)
Speakers: Petra Lewits, Cory Muraco and Benjamin Peters
Language: English

In this seminar, different, outstanding column technologies will be showcased in more detail enabling superior separations for different needs. Application examples employing biomolecules will be used to illustrate the unique advantages these column technologies have over "conventional" U/HPLC columns. In addition, method development strategies used to better characterize biomolecules using these columns will be shared.

Space Limited

Water quality is more important than you may think! Practical tips about how to optimize your LC-MS results.

Date: 19th June, 2019
Time: 13:00-14:00
Location: Hall U6 - 01B, University of Milano-Bicocca, Milan, Italy (how to get there)
Speaker: Estelle Riché
Language: English

In this seminar, a number of easily avoidable ultrapure water handling pitfalls will be discussed. In particular, you will see concrete examples of how improper water storage, glassware cleaning, and laboratory environment and air contamination may lead to ultrapure water quality degradation. We will offer practical advice on steps to take to ensure the water you use for LC-MS experiments is of the highest quality.

Presentations and Poster Sessions

Make your HPLC experience worthwhile by attending our oral presentations and poster sessions. We can’t wait to meet you there!

Poster Sessions

LC/MS/MS Analysis of Fentanyl and Related Analogs Using Biocompatible Solid Phase Microextraction
By: Petra Lewits

Quantification of a- and b- Acids in Hop by TLC and HPLC
By: Monika Baeumle

Improved separation of Vitamin D Metabolites and their Epimers
By: Craig Aurand

Simultaneous determination of ribonucleoside and deoxyribonucleoside triphosphates in biological samples by hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass spectrometry
By: Patrik Appelblad

Development and validation of two orthogonal HPLC methods for the study of the accelerated stability assessment program (ASAP) of Acetylsalicylic acid
By: Patrik Appelblad

Analysis of Active Cannabis Compounds in Edible Food Products with a HPLC-UV method
By: Michael Ye

Tuning selectivity of strong cation exchange resins by ligand density variation
By: Michael Schulte

The Role Of Phase Chemistry On Antibody Separations: An Important Consideration Or An Afterthought?
By: Cory E. Muraco

No worries about HPLC analysis of complex matrix-rich samples
By: Petra Lewits

New selectivities via ligand immobilization
By: Benjamin Peters

Modern Bioautography – a fast analytical tool to discover active compounds in plant extracts used for cosmetics
by Michaela Oberle

MilliporeSigma Collaborators

Determination of the polyphenolic fraction of Pistacia vera L.kernel extracts by comprehensive two-dimensional liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry detection
By: Katia Arena - Chromaleont/Uni of Messina (Mondello et al.)

Comprehensive two-dimensional liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry for the determination of the polyphenolic profile in three cultivars of brassica juncea
By: Katia Arena - Chromaleont/Uni of Messina (Mondello et al.)

LC-MS/MS characterization of the protein fraction in waste products from the tuna fishery industry
By: Paola Arena - Chromaleont/Uni of Messina (Mondello et al.)

Supercritical fluid chromatography hyphenated to electron ionization mass spectrometry to enhance identification reliability of semi-volatile compounds
By: Roberta La Tella - Chromaleont/Uni of Messina (Mondello et al.)

Oral Presentations

New column modalities for improved biomolecule separation
By: Egidijus Machtejevas
Date: 17/06/2019
Time: 17:00 – 18:35

Improving separation efficiency of silica monoliths
By: Benjamin Peters

Variation of the ligand density for tentacular strong cation exchange resins. Impact on selectivity and capacity
By: Michael M Schulte

Into the Black: Advances in Liquid Separations Employing Carbon Particles
By: Cory E. Muraco

MilliporeSigma Collaborators - Keynote Speakers

Shedding light on SPME sample preparation approach in HPLC
By: Janusz Pawliszyn - University of Waterloo, ON, Canada

From in vitro cell line to in vivo brain and brain cancer studies. SPME: one technique that fits it all
By: Barbara Bojko - University of Waterloo, ON, Canada

Miniaturized planar chromatography as citizen science
By: Gertrud Morlock - Justus Liebig University, Giessen, Germany

Target based method development using effect directed TLC – A straightforward process design for the identification and isolation of bioactive natural products
by Michaela Oberle

TLC-HPLC-MS. Elution-based coupling of TLC with HPLC and MS
by Michael Schulz

MilliporeSigma Collaborators

Carotenoids and apocarotenoids determination in Capsicum species by supercritical fluid extraction-supercritical fluid chromatography-triple quadrupole/mass spectrometry
By: Fabio Salafia - Chromaleont/Uni of Messina (Mondello et al.)

Linear Retention Index System in Liquid Chromatography as New Tool to Determine Oxygen Heteroclyclic Compounds in Cosmetics and Food
By: Adriana Arigò - Chromaleont/Uni of Messina (Mondello et al.)

solute-deposition lc-ftir OF FUROCUMARIN ISOMERS
By: Tania M. G. Salerno - Chromaleont/Uni of Messina (Mondello et al.)

A glimpse of the innovations we will be showcasing at the booth

BIOshell™ UHPLC and HPLC Columns deliver maximum speed and efficiency for the separation of biomolecules on both UHPLC and HPLC systems.  Our 2 NEW columns BIOshell™ IgG 1000 Å C18 and BIOshell™ IgG 1000 Å Diphenyl enable the separation of very large molecules with excellent peak shape and high resolution.

Ascentis® Express HPLC Columns
The Fused-Core® technology behind our Ascentis® Express columns delivers maximum speed and efficiency on both UHPLC and HPLC systems. Two new column phases have been added to our range of bonded phases to allow more selectivity and maximum resolution when working with aqueous phases (90 Å AQ-C18) and for the separation of structurally related isomers (160 Å C30).

UHPLC-MS LiChrosolv® solvents
Our new high-end UHPLC-MS solvents raise the standard for low baseline noise and clean mass spectra. Our new range of advanced UHPLC-MS LiChrosolv® solvents have been developed to exceed all expectations, providing rapid and reliable results in both ESI/APCI positive and negative ionization modes.

Milli-Q ® IQ 7003-7005
The Milli-Q® IQ 7003/7005 system is a fully-integrated labwater solution designed to exceed your most demanding expectations — from improved productivity to reduced environmental impact. With the Milli-Q® IQ 7003/7005 system, exceptional quality water is always on hand where and when you need it.

Millicup™-FLEX Disposable Vacuum Filtration Unit

Key Features:

  • Compatible with organic and aqueous solvents
  • Disposable setup reduces the risk of contamination and membrane fouling
  • Compatible with 47 mm membrane filter, customizable to the needs of each filtration
  • Filter directly into GL45 vacuum-rated storage bottles
  • Ergonomic, clampless design

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