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How to automate the analysis of MS data for biotherapeutics characterization

15 Jul 2014 - 15 Jul 2014 - Webinar



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Tuesday, July 15, 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM BST
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As the use of mass spectrometry (MS) to characterize biotherapeutics increases throughout the entire discovery and development process, organizations are being deluged with data and are struggling to find new ways to automate data processing, analysis, and reporting. The fact that MS laboratories often employ instruments from a variety of vendors, each with its own data processing software, contributes significantly to the difficulty in streamlining and automating analysis and reporting. To address this data analysis bottleneck, there is a clear need for vendor agnostic software that can standardize and automate data processing of MS data from any source. In this live webinar, use cases on improving the characterization of biotherapeutics using Genedata Expressionist software will be presented. This will include: 

Intact protein analysis
Peptide mapping
Glycopeptide analysis
Disulphide bond analysis
Sequence variant analysis 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Bioanalytical scientists who are characterizing biopharmaceuticals using Mass Spectrometry 

SPEAKER
Joe Shambaugh, Scientific Consultant, Genedata Inc. 



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