Digging deep into the human biome, Professor Yoshiya Oda of the Graduate School of Medicine at the University of Tokyo looks to ion mobility technology to uncover deposits of insight It’s an established fact that… Read more >
“Assuming continuous improvement is a worthy goal, there is every reason to improve validated chromatographic methods if you’re working with the right instrument technology,” says Eric Grumbach of Waters. See what that means for developing and transferring methods for biologic drugs.
A new approach to stationary phase chemistry for reversed-phase LC analysis of proteins, including monoclonal antibodies and antibody drug conjugates, delivers higher fidelity data especially for MS-based peak identification.
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Q&A time: What is acrylamide? How dangerous is it? How do food testing laboratories detect it?
Eradicating all the mosquitoes that may cause Dengue fever isn’t a realistic solution. Instead, researchers at the NUS are using advanced analytical technologies to understand what causes the virus to incubate and spread – and thus, to find a way to stop it.
Waters partnered with Scottish Waters to develop and validate an analytical method for the analysis of synthetic estrogens – which can appear in fish – in surface water, crude influent, and final effluent from a waste water treatment plant using 2D LC-MS/MS.
Dr. Weller is Research Leader of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Services Wheat Health, Genetics and Quality Research Unit at Washington State University (WSU). His specialty is plant pathology, and the cutting-edge research that his research unit conducts, now with ion mobility mass spectrometry, solves problems affecting the production of small grains, wheat, and barley.
Not that long ago they were as big as a car and cost so much that only the most well-funded research institutions were able to afford them, along with the scientists that knew how to run them.
In this webinar, we discussed the transfer of chromatographic methods that occurs at many stages in the development and production of a product. Here are a few questions that we received but did not have time to answer during the information-rich hour.