Save Time and Money with 96-Well Plate Methods for CE-SDS
Research & Development, J&J Janssen
By working with more therapeutic candidates of a wider variety of biopharmaceutical modalities you increase your chances of developing the next blockbuster drug. You also increase your chances of running into candidates that present unique analytical challenges.
In this webinar Christian Milbrandt from J&J/Janssen presents a non-platform method development approach using a 96-well-plate and capillary electrophoresis–sodium dodecyl sulfate (CE-SDS) to provide high-throughput analysis of challenging biopharmaceutical drug candidates.
You will learn:
- Development of non-platform methods for analysis of complex modalities
- 96-well-plate format for high throughput CE-SDS
- Flexible software and optimization tips for CE-SDS