Molnár-Institute is Silver Sponsor at HPLC 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic
Molnár-Institute is proud to announce our Silver Sponsor of HPLC 2017, the 45th International
Symposium on High-Performance-Liquid-Phase Separations and Related Techniques. It is organized for the first time in Prague, Czech Republic. The HPLC symposium series is well known as the world leading forum for the information exchange among researchers dealing with separations in liquid phases and supercritical fluids.
Molnár-Institute invites you to join our intensive DryLab®4 Training for UHPLC Method Development
Molnár-Institute will be hosting three days of intensive DryLab HPLC method development training in Berlin, Germany.
The event will take place from 20-22 March.
This course provides extensive training on UHPLC method modeling using the DryLab4 software package. Participants learn our comprehensive approach to method development, starting with basic one-dimensional model calculations and continuing through multi-dimensional (3D) model optimizations.
Part of this course is devoted to the topic of Quality by Design (QbD) in UHPLC method development.
Lecture at ISPE 2016 in Frankfurt, Germany
On Tuesday, October 25th, Imre Molnár lectured at the International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering's Annual Meeting in Frankfurt on regulatory highlights, namely on 'Reduce Time to Market by Data Modelling in Analytics of Biopharmaceuticals'
Analysis of mAb's and ADC's
The team of Szabolcs Fekete and Davy Guillarme (Univ. Geneva, CH) contributed two new papers about the analysis of monoclonal antibodies (mAb’s) and conjugated molecules in Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis. The technique applied was Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography (HIC), which seems to work with antibody-drug-conjugates (ADC’s) with great success, opening up new capabilities in the field of effective cancer treatment. The best separation conditions were found fast with the newest DryLab4-HPLC-method development software, developed by Molnár-Institute, Berlin. Analysis time was typically less than 10 min, method development time is approximately half a day.
Read more in our literature section!