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Expanding the Boundaries of Light Scattering Detection

| Contributed by Tosoh

Light scattering detection (LS) is a widely used technique to obtain the “absolute” or true molecular weight of macromolecules.

Molecular Weight Determination of VLPs Using LENS3 Multi-Angle Light Scattering Detector

| Contributed by Tosoh

Viruses and virus like particles (VLPs) are multimeric protein structures that mimic native viruses but are non-infectious.

Light Scattering for Determination of Molecular Weight and Radius of Gyration

| Contributed by Tosoh

Light scattering of macromolecules in solution has seen increasing interest over the past decades from scientists studying polymers and proteins.

A New Paradigm in Light Scattering Technology

| Contributed by Tosoh

A Revolutionary Technology for Macromolecular Characterization.

Automation of the SP3-iST PreOmics workflow on the Freedom EVO® 100 and the Resolvex® A200

| Contributed by PREOMICS

Automation of Sample Clean-Up and Protein Digestion Workflow on the Freedom EVO 100 and Resolvex A200

Smile! High throughput sample preparation simplified

| Contributed by PREOMICS

Fast, reliable, standardized methods for bottom-up proteomic sample preparation on positive pressure devices

Authentication of Pisco

| Contributed by Wasatch Photonics

From origin to alcohol content with Raman

LiDAR Evaluation System: Measurement of Transmittance of Bandpass Filters

| Contributed by Shimadzu

LiDAR, an abbreviation for Light Detection and Ranging, is one type of optical sensor technology.

Separation of the ADC Brentuximab vedotin from its aggregates and fragments

| Contributed by YMC

Drug-to-antibody ratios (DAR) of antibody-drug-conjugates (ADCs) are important for their therapeutic efficacy and pharmacokinetics.

How Fc receptor affinity chromatography correlates with antibody glycosylation and ADCC

| Contributed by Tosoh

Antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity (ADCC) is an important mechanism of action (MoA) of monoclonal antibodies used in cancer treatment.

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