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A Fast and Sensitive Workflow for In-Depth Peptide Mapping and PTM analysis
Webinar - 30 July, 2019
Linfeng Wu & Ning Tang (Agilent Technologies)
To ensure product quality and safety, there is increasing need to develop a sensitive and fast workflow solution for in-depth peptide mapping and PTM quantification.
Biopharma Applications Compendium
Are you looking for a comprehensive source of applications information for biopharmaceutical methods? If so, this biopharma applications compendium is what you need. Sign up for your free copy now...
Easy Characterisation Workflows in Therapeutic Protein Analysis - Emphasis on Global and Multi-attribute
Webinar - On-demand
Ken Cook (Thermo Fisher Scientific, UK)
This presentation details how new technologies can deliver peptide mapping that is fast, easy for untrained operators, reproducible and transferable, easy to automate and provides high-quality results with low PTMs.
Innovators & Biosimilars: Fast Glycan Labeling and Analysis
Webinar - On-demand
András Guttman (SCIEX)
This presentation discusses the importance of glycan analysis of biotherapeutics, how capillary electrophoresis has been established as a routine analytical platform, and introduces an award-winning fast glycan labelling and analysis technology
Trends and Applications in the Analysis of Biotherapeutics & Biosimilars
Webinars - On-demand
Aaron Boice, Ning Tang, Andy Coffey, Caroline Chu, Jordy Hsiao, Oscar Potter & Sonja Schneider (Agilent Technologies)
An on-demand eSeminar covering analytical trends and novel applications of chromatography and mass spectrometry to the characterization of biotherapeutics and biosimilars.
Analysis of a Bispecific Monoclonal Antibody with SEC-MS
Looking for an effective method for monoclonal antibody analysis? SEC-MS could be the answer...
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