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    Agilent 1290 Infi nity Binary LCAgilent 1290 Infi nity Quaternary LC

    Infi nitely morepowerful

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    Agilent 1290 Infinity Binary LC and Agilent 1290 Infinity Quaternary LC

    with Intelligent SystemEmulation Technology

    Infinitely bettermethod transfer

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    1100 Series Binary LC

    Typical UHPLC system with low delay volume

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    1290 Infinity LC with ISET

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    AGILENT 1290 INFINITY LC WITH ISET

    INFINITELY BETTER METHOD TRANSFERDo you run methods developed on other HPLC or UHPLC systems? Are you concerned about getting different resolution and retention times? Are you reluctant to change original method parameters or instrument hardware?

    Heres the solution: Intelligent System Emulation Technology (ISET) from Agilent!The Agilent 1290 Infinity LC with ISET is not only the most powerful but also the most adaptive UHPLC system available executing any legacy HPLC or latest UHPLC method while delivering the same chromatographic results all through a single mouse click!

    Achieve higher productivity for method developmentSpeed up your method development with UHPLC performance and then fine-tune your method by emulating the target system and be confident that the method will run as intended.

    Accelerate your instrument-to-instrument method transfer No more method transfer problems! Simply emulate the LC system on which the original method was developed with a single mouse click.

    Minimize your instrument-related costsRun your legacy methods with ISET while taking full advantage of the UHPLC speed, resolution and sensitivity of the 1290 Infinity LC. No need to maintain your old legacy LC systems!

    Heres the difference

    Typical UHPLC system no ISET Agilent 1290 Infinity LC with ISET

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  • Learn more: www.agilent.com/chem/ISET

    Waters Alliance HPLC

    Waters Acquity* or Acquity H-class UPLC

    Shimadzu Prominence HPLC (LC20AB/AT)

    Method Transfer

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    Benefit from the flexibility of the 1290 Infinity LC with ISET:

    Emulate other HPLC and UHPLC instruments through a single mouse click

    Run existing HPLC and UHPLC methods without modifying your method or system

    Achieve same retention times and peak resolution for infinitely better method transfer

    1100 Series LC

    1260 Infinity LC

    1200 Series LC

    1220 Infinity LC 1290 Infinity LC

    * The Waters Acquity UPLC can only be emulated by the 1290 Infinity Binary LC System

    BinaryQuaternary

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    AGILENT 1290 INFINITY LC WITH ISET

    THE CHALLENGES OF METHOD TRANSFERInstrument-to-instrument method transferability is an important topic for all laboratories throughout all industries where LC methods are transferred between different departments and locations with different LC instruments.

    Method transfer in the pharmaceutical industryThe transfer of analytical methodology between research and development departments, contract research organizations, and manufacturing is an essential step in the development of a new pharmaceutical product.

    Several hundred FDA observations and a proposal for a new chapter in USP 1224 Transfer of analytical procedures emphasize the actuality and importance of this topic.

    Workflow at a single location

    Location A

    Workflow between pharmaceutical enterpriseand contract research organization

    Location A

    CRO

    DrugDevelopment

    Workflow between pharmaceutical enterpriseand contract manufacturing organization

    Manufacturing& QA/QC

    Location A

    Workflow between two locations within enterprise

    Location A

    DrugDiscovery

    DrugDiscovery

    DrugDiscovery

    DrugDevelopment

    DrugDevelopment

    DrugDevelopment

    Manufacturing& QA/QC

    Manufacturing& QA/QC

    Manufacturing& QA/QC

    Manufacturing& QA/QC

    Manufacturing& QA/QC

    Location B

    CMO

    DrugDiscovery

    DrugDevelopment

  • Learn more: www.agilent.com/chem/ISET

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    Programmed gradient stepTypical UHPLC system1100 Series Binary system

    Gradient slope/Mixing behaviour

    Delay volume

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    Typical UHPLC system with low delay volume

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    Which parameters affect method transfer?Design differences between LC instrumentation such as power range, delay volume, mixing behavior, temperature control, extra column volume and detector cell design all affect the ability to transfer a method from one system to another.

    Agilent has always offered solutions that facilitate seamless method transfer between different Agilent LC platforms. Now, the 1290 Infinity LC with ISET extends this capability by facilitating method transfer between HPLC and UHPLC systems with different instrument designs from different manufacturers all through a single mouse click!

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    Delay volumeExtra column volumeInjection volume

    Retention TimeResolutionSensitivity

    Retention TimeResolution

    Retention TimeResolution

    Data rateExtra column volumePath-length

    ResolutionRetention TimeSensitivity

    A wide range of instrument parameters have a direct impact on the retention times, resolution and sensitivity of a separation.

    Comparison of delay volumes and gradient mixing behaviors between a typical UHPLC system and an 1100 Series binary LC using a tracer experiment. On a typical UHPLC system the mixed solvents reach the column much earlier, and the set composition is also achieved earlier due to the steeper gradient slope.

    Different solvent compositions at the column due to different delayvolumes and gradient mixing behaviors result in different retentiontimes and resolutions.

    Column: Poroshell 120, 3 x 50 mm (2,7 m). Flow rate: 0.85 mL/min.Mobile phase: Water, Acetonitrile.Gradient: 0 min (10 % Acetonitrile), 3 min (90 % Acetonitrile)

    The impact of delay volume and gradient mixingThe delay volume of an LC system determines how fast the mixed solvents reach the column. Further, the mixing behavior influences the gradient profile. Both these factors delay volume and mixing behavior are functions of the system design. The consequences for method transfer are differences in retention times and sometimes in resolution.

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    AGILENT 1290 INFINITY LC WITH ISET

    ISET FOR INFINITELY BETTER METHOD TRANSFERISET Intelligent System Emulation Technology makes the Agilent 1290 Infinity LC the most adaptive UHPLC system available. It can execute any legacy HPLC or latest UHPLC method and deliver the same chromatographic results without the need to change the original method or modify the instrument hardware. This new technology is based on two Agilent innovations: best-in-class performance and a revolutionary emulation algorithm.

    Best-in-class performance of the 1290 Infinity LCThe 1290 Infinity LC with its broad power range, unmatched flow and composition accuracy, ultra-low delay volume, and superior sensitivity delivers the key requirement for the implementation of ISET.

    The wide power range ensures that the 1290 Infinity LC can execute both HPLC and UHPLC methods with narrow bore to standard bore columns.

    The 1290 Infinity Binary and Quaternary Pumps deliver excellent gradient performance over the entire range even with 1% steps at low percentages (1-10%) of organic solvent.

    Highest UV sensitivity ensures that no peaks are lost during method transfer. In this example, the 1290 Infinity DAD with a 10 mm Max-Light cartridge cell achieves an LOD of 284 fg for anthracene at a noise level of 2.4 AU.

    A key requirement for deployment of ISET is superior performance as illustrated here in terms of retention time precision for the 1290 Infinity Binary Pump.

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  • Learn more: www.agilent.com/chem/ISET

    Time

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    Programmed gradient step1290 Infinity LC1290 Infinity LC with ISET1100 Series Binary system

    ISET-Emulation

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    1290 Infinity LC with ISET

    R = 1.87S

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    Revolutionary emulation algorithmWith exact knowledge about the system behavior of a selected LC instrument, ISET creates an emulation function so that the 1290 Infinity LC delivers the same gradient conditions as the selected LC no shifts in retention times, and no changes in resolution.

    The 1290 Infinity LC with ISET delivers exactly the same gradient as the 1100 Series binary LC by emulating the delay volume and mixing behavior.

    The result: same retention times and same resolution, without modifying the instrument or original method.

    Select your hardware configuration and through a single mouse click the 1290 Infinity Binary or Quaternary LC will deliver the same chromatographic results as the selected LC instrument.

    One-click method transfer

  • Learn more www.agilent.com/chem/ISET

    Find an Agilent customer center www.agilent.com/chem/contactus

    USA and Canada 1-800-227-9770agilentinquiries@agilent.com

    Europe info_agilent@agilent.com

    Asia Pacific inquiry_lsca@agilent.com

    This information is subject to change without notice.

    Agilent Technologies, Inc. 20112013 Published in the USA, November 1, 2013 5991-3369EN

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