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Techniques & Tools Sample Preparation, Pharma & Biopharma, Liquid Chromatography

Simpler, Faster and More Reproducible Protein Digestion

sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Contents

Sample preparation – a critical first step for protein characterization and quantitation

The science of SMART

A SMARTer way for simpler and faster digestion

A SMARTer way for higher reproducibility

A SMARTer way for greater sensitivity

SMARTer results Application focus 1

Dramatic effects of buffers and additives on efficiency of tryptic digestion Application
focus 2

Optimization of SMART Digest buffers for enhanced protein solubilization Application focus 3

The SMART Digest kit mediates major improvements in sensitivity–“even for difficult proteins” Application focus 4

The SMART Digest kit mediates enhanced reproducibility of data Application focus 5

The SMART Digest kit mediates enhanced reproducibility of data – part II SOLAμ - faster, Simpler, more reproducible and sensitive SPE clean-up

SOLAμ - a new approach to micro elution

SOLAμ - increased sensitivity

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