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ADS Biotec, along with its parent company ADSTEC (Japan), is a global leader in the development, manufacture and sale of automated instruments and consumables for use in cytogenetic, pathology and research laboratories.

HPLC Consumables

ADS Biotec offers best-in-class columns and buffers for the separation and purification of RNA and DNA molecules.

Improve RNA and DNA purification processes, increase productivity and reduce manufacturing costs with high quality HPLC columns and buffers from ADS Biotec. With more than 20 years of experience producing a wide range of advanced HPLC consumables, ADS Biotec also offers calibration standards to validate RNA/DNA test sample accuracy and reproducibility.

Nucleic Acid HPLC Columns
Optimized HPLC Buffers
HPLC Calibration Standards
HPLC Buffer Trial Packs


RNA Columns and Buffers – Flyer

Refurbished HPLC Systems

ADS Biotec can support your lab analysis process with a range of quality, dependable refurbished HPLC systems. Our HPLC systems use DHPLC (denaturing high-performance liquid chromatography) in conjunction with our patented separation DNASep®­­ Cartridges for mutation detection. ADS Biotec HPLC systems offer discovery and detection of genetic variation at close to 100% sensitivity — making this one of the most sensitive and accurate technologies for detection of known and unknown mutations and single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). Learn more.

Custom Buffer Manufacturing

Additionally, ADS Biotec provides custom mobile phase manufacturing of “ready to use” buffer solutions within our proven ISO 9001 Quality System. Depending on your specific application needs, with mixing capability for aqueous and non-aqueous solutions from single liters to 50 liters, custom labeled and packaged to meet your requirements, ADS Biotec can provide storage and global distribution of custom mobile phases. Our flexible manufacturing facility is equipped with dedicated mixing tanks and calibrated equipment all housed in a HEPA-filtered clean environment. Learn more.

Helpful Resources

How DHPLC Works