Analytical: Trends and innovative approaches in solving challenges in food & beverage analytics
At the conference we will present the current challenges and solutions in the field of food and beverage analysis: from sample preparation to method development and implementation of new innovative solutions. One of them is also the usage of cannabinoids in the food industry.
See how our new and upcoming library prep kits will allow you to explore new science across a variety of current and emerging applications, whether it’s bulk RNA-Seq, whole genome sequencing or exome sequencing.
Sample Preparation: Liquid/Liquid Extraction, Supported Liquid Extraction, Protein Precipitation and Phospholipid Deplet
There are a variety of different techniques to clean up biological samples for LC analysis, ranging from non-specific such as protein precipitation, to the very specific such as solid-phase extraction.
Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) is a highly selective sample preparation technique that can be used to separate the analytes of interest from your matrix so they can be more readily analysed, and don’t cause problems with HPLC and GC column lifetime due to dirty samples.
Chromatographic Considerations for Native and Denaturing ESI for Large Molecule Characterization
Intact mass is a common workflow for the analysis of large molecules by high-resolution MS. It can be useful for the identification of primary sequence, as well as the characterization of different isoforms. Intact mass can be divided into two different approaches.
Column lifetime can be dramatically reduced by poor chromatographic hygiene. This webinar explains how to ensure that you are maximising the lifetime of your column, as well as simple things to look out for during column installation in order to obtain optimal efficiency for your separations.
Tomorrow 12th of May 2020, we are inviting you to become a part of the first virtual genomic event. Join this inspiring 24-hours of cutting edge research efforts, Introducing NextSeq 2000 and COVID-19 solutions.
Chiral HPLC Introduction – Method Development and Applications
Who should attend: • Anyone who does not have any background of chiral chromatography but wants to improve their knowledge • Anyone who may occasionally be involved in chiral chromatography, and would like to learn how to do column screening themselves • Chiral HPLC method developers