Best Methods in Peptide Mapping 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

Find Out What Puts the “PLUS” in Your ZB-624PLUS

Upgrade Your Existing 624plus Phase Today Guest Author: Ramkumar Dhandapani, Ph.D.- Global Product Manager, Gas Chromatography While 624plus is an EPA method that was popular in environmental laboratories to analyze volatile organic Continue Reading

Is Your LC Column for Biologics Analysis, Truly Bio-Inert?

Let’s talk about column priming and how to address this common concern Guest Author: Chad Eichman, Ph.D., Biopharmaceutical Industry Manager With the emerging trend of biotherapeutics in the pharmaceutical industry, Continue Reading

Metabolomics and Autism: Can Cross-linked Polyamine HPLC Columns Change Lives?

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Chromatography has the ability to impact lives more than many think. Brian Rivera discovers this through his pursuit for more autism research for his son, Micah. By: Brian Rivera, Bioseparations Continue Reading

Large vs Small Organic Molecules in Biopharmaceuticals

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Biopharmaceuticals have emerged as the next-gen of therapeutic (large and small) molecules in the pharmaceutical industry Guest Author: Chad Eichman, Ph.D., Biopharmaceutical Industry Manager The pharmaceutical industry has a long-standing Continue Reading

Performance Advantage of Core-Shell Technology To PAH Analysis-Part 3

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Part 3: EU 15+1 PAH Method Guest Author: Jeff Layne, Ph.D. Welcome to the third and last part of my article series on PAH method analysis.  In the previous two articles, Continue Reading

Cold and Flu Season: What’s Hugging Got to Do With It?

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Valentine’s Day is approaching, love is in the air, and recent freezing temperatures make for perfect cuddling conditions. How appropriate, then, that today—January 21—is National Hugging Day!