Case Study: Improved Quantitative Sensitivity with Novel Microflow LC and MS Source System

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LC-MS/MS is the standard technique for the highly selective and sensitive quantitation of small and large molecule therapeutics in biological matrices. However, current strategies used in the development of pharmaceuticals present a challenge for even the most sensitive LC-MS/MS platforms.

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Behind the Science, S2 Ep 11: Jeremy Shia on sample cleanup for testing for pesticides in spinach

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Jeremy Shia shows Jen Fournier the options for removing chlorophyll from QuEChERS spinach extracts prior to GC-MS/MS analysis.

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Multi-Analyte Mass Spectrometry Software for Faster Quantitative Analysis and Higher Productivity

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Shimadzu's LabSolutions Insight Software for LC-MS/MS and GC/MS provides powerful data mining and analytics capabilities.

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A Year in Biopharma 2017

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How much do you know about the incredible progress that's been made in the field of biopharmaceuticals in 2017? Take this quiz to find out!

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Preclinical Alpha Synuclein Model Developed

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Horizon and the Michael J Fox foundation have teamed up to generate a preclinical animal model of parkinson's disease.

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Opioid Use Increases Risk of Serious Infections

Opioid Use Increases Risk of Serious Infections

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Opioid use is associated with a significantly increased risk for serious invasive pneumococcal infections, such as pneumonia and meningitis. These findings back up previous observations in animal studies.

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Understanding the Process of Cell Division
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Using multiple techniques such as structural modelling, X-ray scattering, X-ray crystallography and electron microscopy, scientists have found that the Spc110 protein provides a greater function in mitosis originally believed. This information could help understand the process in human cells and the abnormalities that occur in cancer.

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Spreading Cancer: Ras Protein's Role
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Researchers at the University of Illinois discovered how Ras protein binding to cell membranes impact the signaling pathways that cause cancer's uncontrolled growth.

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Mutant Bacteria Show How Changes in Membrane Proteins Affect Cell Functions
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Phospholipids are water insoluble "building blocks" that define the membrane barrier surrounding cells and provide the structural scaffold and environment where membrane proteins reside. Researchers constructed mutants in bacteria and yeast in which the composition of these "building blocks" could be varied and studied how it adversely affected cellular functions.

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