Attendees will learn first-hand from Nanostream customers about their success employing the company's micro parallel liquid chromatography technology in their laboratories
Nanostream, a provider of high-throughput microfluidic analytical systems to companies involved in drug discovery and development, will host two customer workshops during next week's LabAutomation 2006 (21-25 January 2006) at the Palm Springs Convention Center in Palm Springs, CA.
The details for the two workshops are as follows.
Monday 23 Jan, 12:30-2:00pm Simultaneous 24-channel analyses using micro parallel lc for drug release profiling; Jerry Yeh, director of Analytical Sciences, Alza; room Smoketree E.
Tuesday 24 Jan, 12:30-2:00pm Micro parallel liquid chromatography (uPLC) for sample verification in HTS; Anton Simeonov, team leader, NIH Chemical Genomics Center; Palm Springs Wyndham Hotel, Snow Creek.
The above presentations will be available for replay on the Nanostream website (link provided) after the conference.
Nanostream provides high-throughput microfluidic analytical systems to companies involved in drug discovery and development.
Nanostream's systems are based on proprietary, modular product design that allows for timely introduction of new products based on market needs.
Nanostream is pioneering micro parallel liquid chromatography (uPLC) with its suite of three products for applications across drug discovery and development.
Designed for scientists who can benefit from greater sample analysis capacity, Nanostream products integrate with existing workflow and increase the throughput of established HPLC (high performance liquid chromatography) techniques.