Tradeshow
Jun 18, 2023 - Jun 22, 2023
CCD Congress Center Duesseldorf | Booth 1 | Stockumer Kirchstraße 61, 40474 Düsseldorf, Germany
HPLC 2023

Thank you to everyone who joined us in Düsseldorf for the HPLC 2023 conference! At the event, attendees learned about the latest trends in emerging techniques, column technologies, multidimensional LC, gene therapy, mass spectrometry, and software. Our experts also shared the newest analytical solutions you can use for biopharma analysis, and an esteemed international jury announced the winners for the HPLC Tube Contest.

Vendor workshops


Efficient semi-preparative and analytical chromatography for the high throughput production of oligonucleotides

Here, we present an elaborated upstream and downstream process for the high throughput production of standard and modified oligonucleotides of length up to 200 nucleotides. The focus is set on the sample purification and analysis via RP-U/HPLC exploiting the Thermo Scientific Vanquish.

Speaker: Johannes Kremser, Group Leader in Oligo R&D, Eurofins Genomics Europe - Ebersberg, Germany


Latest innovations in analytical characterization to accelerate your biopharmaceutical development

  • A Multitude of Separation Techniques Hyphenated to MS for Biopharmaceutical Characterization - Case Studies from a Development Lab
    Speaker: Dan Bach Kristensen, Symphogen, Hovedstaden, Denmark
  • A novel monodispersed ion-exchange technology for enhanced resolution, reproducibility and robustness for charge-based protein separations
    Speaker: Christof Mitterer, Global Product Manager Bio LC consumables, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany

A broad range of separation techniques are now routinely combined with mass spectrometry for in-depth biopharmaceutical characterization. Simultaneously, MS software tools have evolved to support storage, processing and reporting of the expanding MS data oceans. Here recent progress, challenges, and learnings from MS-based workflows at Symphogen will be presented and illustrated through case-studies.

Oral presentations


  • The use of an inverse gradient to extend the application scope of universal detectors​ by Frank Steiner
  • Radial elongation of microfluidic support structures allows achieving sub-micron plate heights and increases performance in high throughput low flow separations​ by Jeff Op de Beeck
  • 3μm monodisperse particles for ion exchange chromatography stationary phases and their impact on the separation of biomolecules​ by  S. Bechler
  • Efficient semi-preparative and analytical chromatography for the high throughput production of oligonucleotides​ by Johannes Kremser, Eurofins
  • A multitude of separation techniques hyphenated to MS for biopharmaceutical characterization - case studies from a development lab ​by  Dan Bach Kristensen, Symphogen
  • A novel monodispersed ion-exchange technology for enhanced resolution, reproducibility and robustness for charge-based protein separations​ by  Christof Mitterer

Posters


Vendor workshops


Efficient semi-preparative and analytical chromatography for the high throughput production of oligonucleotides

Here, we present an elaborated upstream and downstream process for the high throughput production of standard and modified oligonucleotides of length up to 200 nucleotides. The focus is set on the sample purification and analysis via RP-U/HPLC exploiting the Thermo Scientific Vanquish.

Speaker: Johannes Kremser, Group Leader in Oligo R&D, Eurofins Genomics Europe - Ebersberg, Germany


Latest innovations in analytical characterization to accelerate your biopharmaceutical development

  • A Multitude of Separation Techniques Hyphenated to MS for Biopharmaceutical Characterization - Case Studies from a Development Lab
    Speaker: Dan Bach Kristensen, Symphogen, Hovedstaden, Denmark
  • A novel monodispersed ion-exchange technology for enhanced resolution, reproducibility and robustness for charge-based protein separations
    Speaker: Christof Mitterer, Global Product Manager Bio LC consumables, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany

A broad range of separation techniques are now routinely combined with mass spectrometry for in-depth biopharmaceutical characterization. Simultaneously, MS software tools have evolved to support storage, processing and reporting of the expanding MS data oceans. Here recent progress, challenges, and learnings from MS-based workflows at Symphogen will be presented and illustrated through case-studies.

Oral presentations


  • The use of an inverse gradient to extend the application scope of universal detectors​ by Frank Steiner
  • Radial elongation of microfluidic support structures allows achieving sub-micron plate heights and increases performance in high throughput low flow separations​ by Jeff Op de Beeck
  • 3μm monodisperse particles for ion exchange chromatography stationary phases and their impact on the separation of biomolecules​ by  S. Bechler
  • Efficient semi-preparative and analytical chromatography for the high throughput production of oligonucleotides​ by Johannes Kremser, Eurofins
  • A multitude of separation techniques hyphenated to MS for biopharmaceutical characterization - case studies from a development lab ​by  Dan Bach Kristensen, Symphogen
  • A novel monodispersed ion-exchange technology for enhanced resolution, reproducibility and robustness for charge-based protein separations​ by  Christof Mitterer

Posters