NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Belgian chromatography firm PharmaFluidics is looking to make inroads into markets including proteomics and clinical research with its microchip-based liquid chromatography technology.

PharmaFluidics' LC system, called µPAC, uses patterned microchips for sample separation upfront of instrumentation like mass spectrometry. According to Katrien Vanhonacker, the company's vice president of business development and sales, the system offers advantages over conventional LC technology in terms of separation power, peak sharpness, and robustness and reproducibility.

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