What Is a Microarray?
A microarray is a miniaturized assay comprising a solid surface printed with a multitude of molecules which are available for multiplex interaction and detection. They have applications in many fields including genomics, proteomics, diagnostics, biomarker quantitation and others.
Choosing the Best LC-MS Method To Characterize Your Protein
Over recent years, new fragmentation processes have been developed to help fully characterize protein biopharmaceutical drugs. These include several techniques often abbreviated to three letter acronyms such as ETD, CID, CAD and ECD.
Innovations in Gene Therapy—Building the Complete Solution for Viral Vector Production
Watch this webinar to learn about the broad range of products and technologies available in the gene therapy field, flexible solutions for clinical and commercial scale viral vector production as well as process diversity and scale-up challenges in upstream processes.
Vaccine Research and Development: A Teach Me in 10 Online Event
Inspired by our Teach Me in 10 video series, this inaugural online event will explore the latest in vaccine research through a program of highly focused 10-minute talks from leading scientists. Our line-up of expert speakers will share their insights from the forefront of the field, discussing topics from disease monitoring and detection to vaccine distribution. In just a few hours, they will explore the entire vaccine research and development pipeline.
Expanding the Biologics Toolkit With Next-Generation MALDI Top-Down Sequencing
This webinar will demonstrate the unique capabilities of next-gen MALDI-TDS for in-depth analysis of various pharmaceutical proteins, e.g monoclonal antibodies and viral protein receptor binding domains, and will discuss how the method further expands the biologics toolkit featured by Bruker´s timsTOF fleX ESI/MALDI instrument.
Enhancing siRNA Quantification in Plasma With Microflow Liquid Chromatography
Oligonucleotide therapeutics such as antisense oligonucleotides (ASOs) and small interfering RNA (siRNA) are becoming increasingly important due to their high specificity and capability for treating formerly undruggable targets.