-Unattended operation for overnight testing
-Automated report creation enables quickly reviewing test results
Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatograph for Online Dissolution Testing
Dissolution tests are widely used in original pharmaceuticals development and quality control and for bioequivalence tests in generic drugs.
The Nexera FV provides substantial labor savings by automating processes ranging from the dispensing of dissolution media to data acquisition and data analysis.
In addition, the system is based on the Nexera X3, renowned for its speed, sensitivity, and stability. Now you can quickly obtain reliable dissolution test results. The Nexera FV can also be used as a standard UHPLC system, ensuring high laboratory throughput.
Determination of heterocyclic oxygen compounds in Citrus essential oils by Supercritical fluid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry
New Nexera UC Prep Semi-Preparative Supercritical Fluid Chromatography System
Semi-Preparative Supercritical Fluid Chromatography System
New Nexera UC Supercritical Fluid Extraction / Supercritical Fluid Chromatograph
Nexera UC improves your analytical workflow by utilizing a completely new separation technology, Unified Chromatography, which unites sample separation, analysis with various separation modes, and high-sensitivity detection.
New Nexera Prep Preparative Purification Liquid Chromatograph
The Nexera Prep Purification System provides optimal solutions for your laboratory needs.
Shimadzu has released the Shim-pack™ SUR-Na Columns for Ligand Exchange Chromatography.
Shim-pack™ SUR-Na, a ligand exchange chromatography column, offers excellent performance by combining size exclusion mode and sodium-based ligand exchange mode to provide superior separation of sugar components. Pure water can be used for the mobile phase, resulting in less effort to prepare for the analysis.
Efficient Method Development by automated pH Screening with LabSolutions MD
This article describes an example of using LabSolutions MD, a dedicated software for supporting method development, to automate pH screening by varying the mobile phase pH from 2.5 to 8.5 to evaluate the optimal pH level for separating 12 small-molecule drugs.