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    Agilent technologies agilent1200
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    Agilent technologies agilent1200 hplc
    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Agilent technologies agilent1200 pump system
    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Agilent technologies agilent 1200 bioanalyzer
    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Agilent technologies agilent 1200 rrlc system
    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Agilent technologies agilent 1100 1200 system
    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Agilent technologies agilent 1200 nanoflow hplc
    Performance comparison between EO-pumped <t>HPLC</t> and <t>Agilent</t> 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).
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    Performance comparison between EO-pumped HPLC and Agilent 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).

    Journal: Analytical Chemistry

    Article Title: High-Pressure Open-Channel On-Chip Electroosmotic Pump for Nanoflow High Performance Liquid Chromatography

    doi: 10.1021/ac4040345

    Figure Lengend Snippet: Performance comparison between EO-pumped HPLC and Agilent 1200 HPLC. (a) HPLC setup with high-pressure on-chip EO pump. L1 and L2: two loops on 10-port valve; E(i): eluent i; V: 10 nL injection valve; C: Waters Atlantis C18 column (75 μm i.d. and 100 mm length); D: Linear UVIS 200 absorbance detector (210 nm); and W: waste. Inset: the other position of the 10-port valve. 6 kV was applied across all pump channels. (b) Typical chromatograms for trypsin digests of BSA, TF, and human IgG from the EO-pumped HPLC. The eluent contained a constant 0.1% trifluoroacetic acid and varying amount of acetonitrile in water. The acetonitrile concentration was initially increased by 3% every 3 min until 56%, then increased by 2% every 2 min until 60%, and then remained at 60% until the completion of the run (see the gradient profile in the top panel). The elution pressure was about 70–80 bar, and the pump rate was ∼160 nL/min. (c) Results from Agilent 1200 HPLC. A flow splitter was used between the 10 nL injection valve and Agilent 1200 pump. The flow rate of the Agilent pump was set at 90 μL/min, resulting in an elution rate of ∼160 nL/min. The gradient stayed at 5% for the first 2 min, then went from 5% to 20% in 15 min, 20% to 40% in the next 30 min, 40% to 60% in the next 40 min, and stayed at 60% to complete the separation. All other conditions were the same as in (b).

    Article Snippet: Figure b,c presents a performance comparison between chromatograms from the EO-pumped HPLC (Figure b) and those from an Agilent 1200 HPLC (Figure c).

    Techniques: High Performance Liquid Chromatography, Chromatin Immunoprecipitation, Injection, Concentration Assay, Flow Cytometry