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It’s all about the base: how much simpler, cleaner and faster can mixed-mode ion-exchange SPE methods get?




Mixed-mode ion-exchange solid-phase extraction (SPE) is an extremely powerful sample clean-up tool when higher degrees of analyte specificity and sample cleanliness are required. However, these methods are often associated with extra method development time and complicated processes.

In this webinar we will explore the compromise scientists have had to make between analyte specificity, sample cleanliness and simple workflows. We will then introduce an easy-to-implement solution to this problem using a new solid-phase extraction product recently developed by scientists at Waters Corporation. Finally, we will demonstrate how this new product simplifies workflows, reduces method development and processing time, while improving sample cleanliness in applications.

What will you learn?

  • How to choose an approach to sample clean-up using solid phase extraction (SPE)
  • Are there compromises made when choosing one SPE approach versus another?
  • Can these compromises be overcome?

Who may this interest?

  • Scientists who need clean-up of biological sample matrices such as plasma, whole blood and tissues in CRO’s, pharmaceuticals, forensics, toxicology and clinical research



Kim Haynes
Principal Product Marketing Manager
Waters Corporation (MA, USA)

Kim Haynes is currently a Principal Product Marketing Manager for the Bioanalysis Business within the Chemistry Technology Center at Waters Corporation. Prior to this position, she has worked with Waters Corporation for the past 18 years as a Product Marketing Manager for the Oasis and Ostro sample preparation products, as a Business Development Manager and a Chemistry Sales Specialist. During her time at Waters, Kim has focused on helping customers and colleagues understand chromatographic separations and sample preparation. Before joining Waters Corporation, Kim worked as an analytical chemist at Bacardi Martini. She holds a BS in Chemistry from Ohio University.



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