If you’re developing volatile compounds, struggling with in-vitro testing, or looking for someone who has Franz diffusion cell expertise for your permeation studies, look no further.
An efficient, flexible, modern laboratory that’s brimming with state-of-the-art equipment and follows the latest trends in analyticalchemistry while respecting good old-fashioned chemical processes. Welcome to QUINTA-ANALYTICA’s R&D department.
The core task of this department comprises the development of new analytical methods where (U)HPLC equipment is used for a variety of known detectors like DAD-UV, fluorescence, or ELSD. And for the cases where HPLC is not enough, our LC/MS system with linear ion trap mass spectrometer can be fired up in order to improve selectivity or specificity, especially in trace analyses.
Sounds complex, and indeed it is; but Libor Hoplíček and his team of innovative experts work tirelessly to carry out research in many interesting areas, including the determination and isolation of impurities, accelerated stabilities and degradation studies, de-formulation (reverse engineering) studies, and extractable/leachable analyses to name just a few.
If you’re developing volatile compounds, struggling with in-vitro testing, or looking for someone who has Franz diffusion cell expertise for your permeation studies, look no further. Contact Libor and his team for a no-obligation discussion.
18 July 2023
Challenges of a large-scale study of breast cancer
Our bioanalytical experts and a high-profile client team up for the development of a new therapy for breast cancer.
29 June 2023
EU funding for Quinta-Analytica laboratory in Brno (CZ) was succesfully completed.
After two years, the project to finance new equipment for the Quinta-Analytica laboratory in Brno was successfully completed. The investment from European Regional Development Fund was used in this project.
22 June 2023
Quinta Analytica Partners with EvidentIQ to Enhance Efficiency of Phase 1 Studies
EvidentIQ partners with Quinta-Analytica to enhance Phase 1 study efficiency