Please register for
Wed, Nov 8, 2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EST
Stephanie A. Schuster, Ph.D.
Application and Quality Manager
Advanced Materials Technology, Inc.
In this webinar, we will explore the benefits of using different bonded phase selectivities for the separation of protein tryptic digests. Fused-Core® particles with a total diameter of 2.7 µm and a 0.5 µm shell, containing 160 Å pores, have been designed specifically for the separation of peptides and tryptic digest peptide fragments. Examples will be shown that compare separations obtained using sterically protected C18 and cyano phases as well as a new phenyl-hexyl phase, in order to illustrate the different selectivities and usefulness of these bonded phases. While C18 phases have been the “go-to” standard phase for years for peptide separations, in this webinar we will discuss various situations where phenyl or cyano phases may be better options to resolve difficult peak pairs.
Key Learning Objectives:
- Learn the advantages of Fused-Core® particle technology for peptide separations
- Understand the usefulness of alternative bonded phases for tryptic digest separations and analyses of synthetic peptide therapeutics
Who Should Attend:
- Method developers for UHPLC and HPLC methods in pharmaceutical, clinical, contract research organization, university and governmental laboratories.
- Those who develop HPLC and UHPLC separations for tryptic digests and synthetic peptide therapeutics
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