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Molnár-Institute

Founded in 1981, Molnár-Institute focuses on strategies for improving the efficiency and success of modern high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).

Our state-of-the-art HPLC modelling software, DryLab supports chromatographers worldwide in method development, optimisation, troubleshooting, robustness testing, and training.

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HPLC method development

Using real data from a minimal number of experimental runs, DryLab builds selectivity maps depicting the interaction of the most important parameters influencing HPLC separation.

Our systematic, guided method development process reduces development time from weeks to hours, and helps users optimise a wide range of parameters based on their specific method requirements. Simultaneously, it also minimises expensive trial-and-error approaches to method refinement.

Quality by design (QbD) approach for analytical methods

DryLab enables easy compliance with QbD standards through its systematic approach to HPLC method development, in which the interaction of all influential method parameters is assessed.

Our cube feature provides an intuitive visualisation of the design space and allows for increased regulatory flexibility, as movements with the design space are not considered a change in the method.

Robustness testing for method validation

Robustness testing, an important part of the validation process, determines if a method can be used routinely without producing out of specification (OoS) results.

DryLab’s robustness testing features help users achieve a 100% success rate in routine applications by statistical testing of the method’s robustness thresholds.

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Molnár-Institute
Schneegloeckchenstraße 47
10407 Berlin
Germany
Phone: +49 (0)30 421 559-0
Email: info@molnar-institute.com
Website: www.molnar-institute.com

 

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3D Module

The 3D Module of DryLab® 4 elaborates a 3-dimensional resolution space containing > 106 highly precise virtual chromatograms, available at one mouse click.It allows for the visualization of robust HPLC conditions and increases method transparency by simultaneously varying up to 12 parameters of your method design, providing an excellent way to satisfy the demands for…

DryLab®4 Core Software

DryLab® Core Software combines over 30 years of HPLC expertise with the latest software technologies, offering state-of-the-art modeling packages for method development, optimization, trouble shooting, robustness testing and training.Improved data import, advanced peak tracking tools, and multi-dimensional model calculation in a single software packageEasy discovery of the optimal robustness conditions in minimal timeEvaluation of the…

DryLab Core Software

DryLab® Core Software combines over 30 years of HPLC expertise with the latest software technologies, offering state-of-the-art modeling packages for method development, optimization, trouble shooting, robustness testing and training.

Improved data import, advanced peak tracking tools, and multi-dimensional model calculation in a single software packageEasy discovery of the optimal robustness conditions in minimal timeEvaluation of the influence of flow rate, column dimensions, gradient, and instrument parameters, without further experimentationMulti-factorial modeling and visualization of critical resolution and selectivity changes, allowing for excellent transparency and flexibilityIncludes…

Method Development Services

Send your samples or your experiments, and they will inspect the selectivity of your experiment and develop a state-of-the-art method with DryLab® 4.Included in your report are:A systematic experimental protocolAll necessary data analysis (peak tracking)Generation of a DryLab® 4 CubeCalculation of the best working pointEstimation of method robustness 

Robustness Module

The new Robustness Module for DryLab® 4 computes robustness experiments virtually. Assessing 5 to 6 factors at 2 or 3 levels simultaneously, the Robustness Module generates up to 36 (729) runs, which allows for a thorough investigation of the environment around your working point. These calculations take only one minute, and based on the outcomes,…

Training Courses

These courses teach basic principles and technologies for the development of robust and transferable HPLC methods, with the help of the leading method development software suite DryLab®.

Topics covered include the development of new methods, adjustment of old ones, improvement of problematic methods, and the reduction of run time while preserving the desired selectivity. Molnár-Institute also offers a course of Quality by Design (QbD) for HPLC, using DryLab® to support this modern approach to HPLC method development. You can find more information,…
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Molnar-Institute is Exhibiting at EAS in Princeton, NJ

Molnar-Institute has announced it will be exhibiting at the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS) in booth #WI2.
12th October 2018

Join DryLab Masterclass for HPLC Method Development Hosted by Molnar-Institute

Running from 17 September to 19 September, Molnar-Institute will be hosting a range of classes for high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
30th August 2018

Molnár-Institute for Applied Chromatography is exhibiting at Analytica in München from 10-14 April 2018

Molnár-Institute stand at Booth A1/228 at the Messe München expo center will present the revolutionary method development software DryLab®4, which...
29th March 2018

Molnár-Institute will be exhibiting at PittCon from February 27th – March 1st 2018, in Orlando, FL

Progress has been made this year to connect DryLab®4 to some popular Chromatography Data Systems (CDS's) and instruments (such as...
5th February 2018

Molnár-Institute is a silver sponsor at HPLC 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic

Molnár-Institute is proud to be a silver sponsor of “HPLC 2017”, the 45th International Symposium on High-Performance-Liquid-Phase Separations and Related...
12th April 2017

Molnár-Institute Invites you to and Intensive DryLab®4 Training for UHPLC Method Development

Molnár-Institute will be hosting three days of intensive DryLab HPLC method development training in Berlin, Germany.
2nd February 2017

Molnár-Institute to Exhibit at Upcoming Pittcon this March

Molnár-Institute will be exhibiting at the Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (PittCon)
2nd February 2017

Molnár-Institute to Appear at Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS) 2016

Molnár-Institute for applied chromatography will be exhibiting at booth #325 next week at the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS) 2016, which...
7th November 2016

DryLab4 Training Course and Quality by Design Principles Course

The Molnár-Institute is pleased to welcome our attendees from around the world to our DryLab4 Training Course and Quality by...
11th July 2016

Analytica 2016 at Messe München

Molnár-Institute opened the first day at analytica 2016 at Messe München in Munich, Germany. This year marks the 25th anniversary...
9th May 2016

Molnár-Institute to appear at the Analytica conference

Molnár-Institute is to exhibit at International Trade Fair for Laboratory Technology, Analysis, Biotechnology and Analytica conference, which takes place in...
3rd May 2016

DryLab4 Training Course and Quality by Design Principles Course

The Molnár-Institute is pleased to welcome our attendees from around the world to our DryLab4 Training Course and Quality by...
30th March 2016

Analysis of mAb’s and ADC’s

The team of Szabolcs Fekete and Davy Guillarme (Univ. Geneva, CH) contributed two new papers about the analysis of monoclonal...
11th February 2016

Latest News

Dr. Hans-Jürgen Rieger of Molnár-Institute gave a short lecture at the Eastern Analytical Symposium in Somerset, NJ last month. The...
9th December 2015
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3-Dimensional Retention Modelling of Gradient Time, Ternary Solvent-Strength and Temperature of the Reversed-phase Gradient Liquid Chromatography

The paper highlights the applicability of this approach for the rapid development of high quality robust LC methodologies.
23rd July 2012

Practical Application of the Quality by Design Principles to the Development of an HPLC Assay Method for an API and Impurities

The method for the assay of an active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) and five known and unknown impurities was developed in...
18th July 2012

From Csaba Horváth to Quality by Design: Visualizing Design Space in Selectivity Exploration of HPLC Separations

A modern approach to HPLC method development within the Quality by Design framework: the multifactorial optimization of three critical HPLC...
17th July 2012
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