SeQuant® Applications using ZIC®-HILIC
A collection of application notes, scientific papers and technical notes to support your success using Merck Millipore’s SeQuant® ZIC®-HILIC technology
Featured Applications using ZIC®-HILIC columns
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To maximize the benefit of Merck Millipore’s innovative SeQuant® products for separation and purification we are committed to knowledge transfer and advanced technical support. We take pride in helping to support your research success and encourage you to share your experience as we continuously strive to expand this resource collection.
Examples and methods for using SeQuant® products are organized under the following categories:
- Applications by Topic – an overview of application notes, scientific papers and technical notes by popular research topics
- SeQuant Application Notes – developed by SeQuant® scientists or customers dedicated to assisting you in the analysis of your compound
- Scientific Papers – links to articles published by scientists using SeQuant® products to solve difficult analysis problems in laboratories around the world
- Technical Notes – summaries of scientific papers by SeQuant® scientists with complete experimental conditions so you can try it yourself
Don’t see information about purification of your compound? Check our complete collection of technical support resources or try using our online HILIC Retention Prediction Tool. Just enter your molecular formula to determine the optimal conditions for purification on ZIC®-HILIC columns.
Visit our on-line tutorial to learn more about HILIC technology or request our comprehensive „A Practical Guide to HILIC“ booklet. Both provide detailed explanations of technology and techniques to ensure your success using Merck Millipore’s innovative SeQuant® ZIC-HILIC® products.
If you still can’t find the information you need or want to publish any novel results of your own, you can always contact the SeQuant® Support Team who are happy to assist.
|Applications by Topic||Glycomics and Glycoproteomics|