Chiral Stationary Phases
The Daicel chiral stationary phases (CSPs) bear chiral selectors of many different functionalities that allow for exceptional enantiorecognition of chiral compounds.
Polysaccharide-derived chiral stationary phases (CSPs) are well known for their versatility when used for high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) separations. Among the various polysaccharides available, amylose and cellulose derivatives are most useful as CSPs.
Chiral selectors based on proteins, which have been immobilized onto stationary phases, are utilized in a variety of applications, both analytical and in drug-binding studies. Additional specialty chiral selectors, provide effective enantiomer separations of underivatized amino acids, short peptides, chiral acids and primary amines.
Our CSPs are the most widely used enantioselective chromatography products in the world. The key to this success is the great number of different stationary phases available to separate an immense variety of chiral compounds. Structures of our chiral selectors are compiled in a poster format for convenient reference.
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Chiral Technologies’ industry-standard CSPs are well recognized for their broad range of applications and remarkable loading capacities.
Chiral Technologies’ versatile protein stationary phases are used to separate and characterize chiral molecules in applications ranging from drug discovery and quality assurance of marketed drugs to environmental monitoring.
Chiral Technologies’ Specialty Chiral Selectors are developed to increase the potential for enantiomer separation in specific applications.