As part of our new special feature, we’ve pulled together a selection of the top new resources to aid your work in biopharmaceutical research and development. Explore a method for the quantitative analysis of CAR-T cell exhaustion, learn how HRIM-MS can be used to enhance structural characterization of large therapeutics, discover a new solution for determining protein or antibody concentration in crude samples, and much more!
In this application note, Sartorius demonstrates how the iQue® Advanced High Throughput Flow Cytometry System and iQue® Human T Cell Exhaustion Kit enable the simultaneous quantification of exhaustion markers and cytokines in a high throughput system and are applicable to therapeutic drug testing.
In this white paper, Agilent Technologies provide information for users of Agilent MassHunter Networked Workstation regarding TOF and Q-TOF LC/MS systems revision 11.0 or higher whose organizations must comply with these regulations.
Waters demonstrates the implementation of a subunit MAM method on two additional Tof-based MS systems to monitor antibody glycosylation, glycation, oxidation, and sequence variants
In this on-demand webinar, Dr. Jim Arndt, from MOBILion, and Dr. Jeffrey Agar, Associate Professor at Barnett Institute Northeastern University, discuss the benefits of HRIM-MS for enhancing structural characterization of large molecule therapeutics, while increasing throughput and reducing reliance on LC-based methods.
Tailing peaks can be a problem when performing liquid chromatography (LC), and secondary silanol interactions are one of the causes. Using the example of basic drugs, Restek explains what causes them and cover a few steps that can be taken to minimize the effect of these secondary silanols on peak shape when troubleshooting.
FOx BIOSYSTEMS demonstrate the detection of the therapeutic monoclonal antibody, infliximab (IFX), in patient serum samples using fiber-optic surface plasmon resonance technology (FO-SPR). FO-SPR is a powerful tool that harnesses the power of SPR in an easy-to-use fiber-optic sensor.
In this video, MéCour demonstrates how it has addressed the thermal precision needs of clinical researchers for manufacturing processes in sensitive sample applications by introducing a fully enclosed accurately equilibrated thermal control unit.
Find out more about the environmental impact factor of Miele's Laboratory Glassware Washer PG 8583 as determined by ACT sustainability criteria.
This application note demonstrates a successfully miniaturized qPCR assay with the Thermo Scientific™ Multidrop™ Pico 8 Digital Dispenser and PicoIT 8 software. Find out how together they can provide increased productivity in assay development and facilitate an accelerated and miniaturized qPCR assay with decreased manual pipetting and reduced reagent amounts.
Take a look at what other researchers and scientists all over the world are saying about the latest equipment and technologies in engineered antibodies. Vishwa Khare shared their opinion on the Intellicyt iQue®3 platform from Sartorius:
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