Carbohydrate IC Columns
Optimized for your carbohydrate sample
Each phase has been optimized for a different class of compound. Select the optimal phase for your carbohydrate sample from this family of Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ CarboPac™ columns.
Carbohydrate IC columns
|Dionex CarboPac PA210-Fast-4µm IC Columns||
Fast, high-resolution separation of mono-, di-, tri-, tetra-, and pentasaccharides in food and beverage samples without the need for derivatization. Requires high-pressure IC system for fastest runs and optimal operation.
|Direct quantification of nonderivatized sugars including glucose, galactose, fructose, sucrose, rhamnose, stachyose, raffinose, and verbascose by IC with pulsed amperometric detection (PAD)|
|Dionex CarboPac PA20-Fast-4µm IC Columns||
Fast, high-resolution separation of mono- and disaccharides without derivatization, including optimized resolution of glucosamine/galactose and glucose/mannose peak pairs. Requires high-pressure IC system for fastest runs and optimal operation.
|Mono- and disaccharide analyses in foods, beverages, glycoprotein therapeutics, and mammalian glycoproteins.|
|Dionex CarboPac PA200 IC Columns||Fast, pH-stable and high-resolution mapping and analysis of charged and neutral oligosaccharides with no need for derivatization; separations based on size, charge, degree of branching, and linkage isomerism||Analyses of carbohydrates released from glycoproteins including monosaccharides, disaccharides, oligosaccharides, smaller polysaccharides, sugar acids (such as sialic acids), sugar alcohols, sugar phosphates, and sugar nucleotides (such as N-linked oligosaccharides from glycoprotein therapeutics)|
|Dionex CarboPac PA20 IC Columns||High-resolution separations of mono- and disaccharides with no need for derivatization, including optimized resolution of glucosamine/galactose and glucose/mannose peak pairs||Mono- and disaccharide analyses in foods, beverages, glycoprotein therapeutics, and mammalian glycoproteins|
|Dionex CarboPac PA20 Fast Sialic Acid IC Column||Fast analysis of sialic acids (e.g., N-acetyl- and N-glycolylneuraminic acids) in glycoprotein acid hydrolyzates with no need for derivatization||Analyses of monosaccharides and sialic acids in glycoproteins, and evaluation of protein glycosylation in limited-quantity samples|
|Dionex CarboPac MA1 IC Columns||Analysis of reduced sugars (sugar alcohols) without the need for derivatization||Separation of reduced mono- and disaccharides commonly found in food products (such as commercial sweeteners), glycoproteins, and physiological samples|
|Dionex CarboPac SA10 IC Columns||Fast, high-capacity, high-resolution separations of mono- and disaccharides mono- and disaccharides without compromising resolution||Analyses of monosaccharides and disaccharides in biofuels, foods, and beverages|
|Dionex CarboPac SA10-4µm IC Columns||Fast, high-resolution, and high-capacity separation of mono- and disaccharides with better resolution and easier peak identification and integration. Requires high-pressure IC system to operate at standard flow rates.||Analyses of monosaccharides and disaccharides in biofuels, foods, and beverages|
|Dionex CarboPac SA10-Fast-4µm IC Columns||Fast separation and accurate quantification of mono- and disaccharides with better resolution and easier peak identification and integration. Requires high-pressure IC system for fastest runs and optimal operation.||Separation of simple sugars in biofuels and food samples|
|Dionex CarboPac PA100 IC Columns||Low picomole level analysis of without sample derivatization; separation of neutral and charged oligosaccharides in the same run||Analyses of closely related and isomeric oligosaccharides and resolution of oligosaccharides released from therapeutic glycoproteins differing in size, charge, branching, and linkage|
|Dionex CarboPac PA10 IC Columns||Isocratic separation of mono- and disaccharides as well as quantification of acidic, neutral, and aminomono-saccharides without derivatization||Separation of mono- and disaccharides in foods, drugs, plants, and mammalian glycoproteins; separation of sialic acids when sodium acetate is added to the eluent|
|Dionex CarboPac PA1 IC Columns||Separation of mono- and disaccharides without derivatization, as well as specific oligosaccharides using an isocratic eluent; analysis of sialic acid||Analyses of mono-, disaccharides, oligosaccharides, linear polysaccharides, and aminoglycosides in foods for nutritional labeling using a variety of official methods; separation of neutral and acidic mono- and disaccharides|
Carbohydrate analysis by HPAE-PAD
High Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Ameromentric Detection (HPAE-PAD) is a well established method for carbohydrate analysis. Using Dionex CarboPac columns, HPAE-PAD provides high-resolution separations of sugar alcohols, mono-, di-, poly-, and oligosaccharides, sialic acids, and a wide variety of other carbohydrates. We also offer small particle columns for high-pressure ion chromatography systems.