Oligo Analysis Simplified: Get Your Answers Faster with Microchip CE-MS
The Critical Role of CE-MS Methods for Biotherapeutic Characterization
Capillary electrophoresis (CE) methods play an important role in biomolecular characterization while microfluidic CE-mass spectrometry (MS) accelerates analytical workflows and improves development/commercialization timelines.
ZipChip Consumables Guide
Learn how to take the guesswork out of method development with ZipChip. Breeze through your selection in three quick steps.
Simplifying Oligonucleotide Characterization with Microchip CE-MS
In this on-demand webinar, we present a microfluidic capillary zone electrophoresis-based separation coupled with HRAM mass-spectrometry for rapid characterization of oligos in positive ionisation mode.
The Need For Speed In The Lab
The growth and visibility of new biologic-based therapeutics has created a race to see which new medicines can make it to market first. R&D scientists and bioprocess development teams are under immense pressure to meet global demand for new drugs, while at the same time ensuring safety, quality, and cost efficiencies.
Microchip CE-MS with Integrated Solid Phase Extraction
Microchip CE-MS of Oligonucleotides: What Can It Separate?
Quick screening of intact antibody and antibody drug conjugates with integrated microfluidic capillary electrophoresis and mass spectrometry
This application note shows a method for rapid screening of the heterogeneity of monoclonal antibodies and antibody-drug conjugates by an integrated microfluidic capillary electrophoresis (CE) and mass spectrometry (MS) workflow.
Hassle-Free Oligo Characterization with ZipChip
The newly released ZipChip® oligos kit provides a simple, sensitive, dilute-and-shoot method for rapid analysis of oligonucleotides, applicable to
various sizes and modifications.
Rapid characterization of oligonucleotides using microfluidic CE-MS by ZipChip
This application note presents a CE-MS analysis of oligos by a ZipChip coupled to a QExactive HF mass spectrometer. This positive ESI mode method utilizes a MS-friendly background electrolyte (BGE), that eliminates the use of ionparing agents such as hexafluoro isopropanol or alkyl amines.
TN 53 – Charge variant analysis with ZipChip and maXisII
A ZipChip capillary zone electrophoresis system coupled to Bruker maXis II UHR-QTOF offers an alternative selectivity to separate charge variants prior to MS analysis and affords a more complete intact mass characterization without adding complexity or high salt eluents.
Biotech Week Boston 2021 Takeaways
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