Solving Challenges in Biological Sample Analysis with Differential Ion Mobility
List Apr 12, 2019
Complex models produce complex biological mixtures for analysis, with millions of molecular species making up the biological milieu. Although significant advances in mass spectrometry has improved detection limits dramatically, accurate quantitation of biological analytes is still largely hindered by the background noise present in complex biological samples.
As a result, researchers are looking to adopt technologies with improved selectivity, sensitivity and throughput, enabling them to analyze more challenging samples.
Download this list to discover how SelexION® DMS:
- Eliminates matrix interferences
- Improves accuracy detection
- Enhances lower limits of quantification
- Identifies post-translational modifications
- Simplifies sample preparation
The efficacy and safety of a biopharmaceutical product depends on the product’s ability to maintain its molecular confirmation. As there is no single assay or parameter that sufficiently profiles the stability characteristics of a biological product, protocols for assessing stability can vary greatly. Download this list to get an overview of the general considerations that should be on your stability-assessment checklist.READ MORE
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