N-Linked Glycans of Glycoproteins: A New Column for Improved Resolution
26 Jan 2015

UPLC Glycan Separation Technology columns, when used in conjunction with the ACQUITY UPLC System and its Fluorescence (FLR) Detector, provide a highly-resolving, reproducible, and rapid method for profiling glycans.

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