Agilent debuts its full range of InfinityLab Bio LC products

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

June 22, 2021 -- Agilent Technologies has debuted three InfinityLab Bio liquid chromatography (LC) systems: the 1290 Infinity II Bio LC System with high-speed pump, the 1290 Infinity II Bio LC System with flexible pump, and the 1260 Infinity II Prime Bio LC System.

The systems are designed to provide a universal LC platform with bio-analysis capability and resistance to harsh analytical conditions, Agilent said.

The firm also plans to release new workflow software based on the Bio LC core systems that include a biocompatible 2D-LC, method development, and online LC solution for process monitoring and process analytical technology (PAT).

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