Guest Author – Genevieve Hodson, Technical Specialist It is common practice to leave LC columns at ‘room temperature’, or ambient temperature conditions, when running routine analytical methods. So why do Continue Reading
Guest Author – Helen Whitby, PhD., Technical Specialist Oligonucleotides can be used to control gene expression and this makes them of increasing interest in the move to control disease. Oligonucleotides Continue Reading
Check out the most highly anticipated scientific conferences to attend in 2019. Scientific conferences are a great place to network, discover the latest innovations, and meet with potential vendors. We Continue Reading
A transformation in the pharmaceutical industry has occurred in the past few decades due to the advancement of biologics as therapeutic agents. What is less often discussed is a similar Continue Reading
[sg_popup id=”59″ event=”onload”][/sg_popup]Today’s Google Doodle is celebrating the late Indian American biochemist, Har Gobind Khorana, on what would have been his 96th birthday. His contribution to genetics includes research that Continue Reading
Guest Author: Christina Dyczewski, Executive Account Manager Earlier this year I dusted off my traveling satchel and ventured out into the field to visit customers. I was excited to be face-to-face Continue Reading
Looking for a simplified approach to HPLC analysis for synthetic oligonucleotides? Find out how to start off on the right foot by developing LCMS-Friendly methods using HFIP in the mobile phase.