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Webinar: Reproducible Analysis for Whole Proteome Quantitation Using the Eksigent nanoLC 400

18 Dec 2013 - 18 Dec 2013 - Webinar, 11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST

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In this webinar presented by Robert Moritz and Samuel Bader of the Institute for Systems Biology, you will learn:

•    The importance of chromatographic reproducibility for comprehensive proteome quantitation
•    How using the Eksigent nanoLC 400 system helps achieve better results faster
•    The advantages of using chip-based nanoLC columns in longer term studies

Who should attend:
•    Proteomics researchers using nanoLC-MS
•    Researchers interested in proteome quantitation

Register for live webinar:

Wednesday, December 18, 2013
11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST

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