See (and read about) Beta-RAM 5 radio detector at ISSX Meeting
3 September 2010
LabLogic Systems is exhibiting and presenting at the 9th International Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics (ISSX) in Istanbul, Turkey (4th - 8th September 2010).
On exhibition stand 61, delegates will be able to see the new Model 5 version of the industry-leading Beta-RAM radio HPLC detector, which has been developed for the latest methodologies, such as UPLC, Rapid Resolution LC and Fast LC. New features include built-in Active Counting Mode and stop-flow facilities, and ultra-compact flow cells that reduce dead volume to give faster resolution and sharper peak definition.
The Beta-RAM also features in two poster presentations (view the posters below). 'Development of the Next Generation of On-line Radiochromatography Detectors' by Drs Lee Thompson and Tom Deakin of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the UK's University of Sheffield reports some experimental results of their on-going research collaboration with LabLogic to identify key areas for development of the instrument, which is funded by the UK Government's Knowledge Transfer Partnership.
And the second poster - from Jon Attwood and Brett O'Brien of AstraZeneca R&D and LabLogic's Huw Loaring and Andrew Williams - evaluates the Beta-RAMs Active Counting Mode by assessing the comparability of online detection by standard and ACM versions of both radio-HPLC and radio-UPLC.