Google Honors Danish Biochemist Responsible for the pH Scale – SPL Sørensen

Google Doodle honors pH scale

Søren Peder Lauritz Sørensen or S.P.L.  Sørensen, was a Danish biochemist who is most known for his introduction of the pH scale in 1909 while studying the effect of ion Continue Reading

Have Gas? Make Sure it’s Clean with Zebron™ Gas Management Filters: Part 2

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Check out our latest article on our updated gas management technology! Click the following link to read more: https://phenomenex.blog/2019/06/20/gas-management-2/  Guest Author: Ramkumar Dhandapani, Ph.D. In our previous article, “Have Gas? Make Continue Reading

Moléculas Orgánicas Grandes vs Pequeñas en Productos Biofarmacéuticos

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Los productos biofarmacéuticos han emergido como la nueva generación de moléculas terapéuticas en la industria farmacéutica Autor invitado: Dr. Chad Eichman, Gerente de la industria biofarmacéutica La industria farmacéutica trabaja desde hace Continue Reading

Mutant Enzymes Eating the World’s Plastic

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Scientists have accidentally hit a breakthrough in recycling by creating mutant enzymes that eat plastic bottles. These mutant enzymes enable the possibility of solving the global plastic pollution crisis by Continue Reading

Best Peptide Mapping Methods for the Characterization of Proteins

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Learn about the nuances of peptide mapping within protein characterization from our Phenomenex biologics guru Guest Author: M. Christina Malinao Peptide mapping is a technique in protein characterization that reveals Continue Reading

A Mother’s Superpower: Increased Levels of the Hormone Oxytocin

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Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate the women in our lives who have taught us how to be strong, kind, and loving. To give mothers a boost in the Continue Reading

What Is GCxGC? Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography

Guest Author: Badaoui Omais, Ph.D. What is GCxGC? Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography, or GCxGC was created by Professor Phillips in 1991. From that date, it has extensively been applied to Continue Reading

The New Study of The Old Proteins: Palaeoproteomics

Palaeoproteomics

A new field, palaeoproteomics—the study of ancient proteins—has been receiving more attention, leading to proposed guidelines that will establish a foundation for research. Proteins have the ability to preserve ten Continue Reading