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Registration:  https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/720050811826353503

Speaker: Raymond Wong, MChem, Ph.D., MRSC; Senior Product Manager and National Sales Manager; Shimadzu UK Limited

Event Overview:

The increase of interest toward Biopharmaceuticals during the last decade, posed some challenges in the construction of modern liquid chromatography systems. Particularly to address the problem of Non-specific interactions, which makes the development of reproducible analytical methods problematic. This presentation covers and discusses the latest advances in the Liquid chromatography technology to minimize the effect of non-specific interactions. The discussion ranges from the basics of “metal sensitive” molecules, to the method development strategies for the analysis of Biomolecules. We provide a comprehensive overview of the major analytical challenges that could be faced when an accurate analysis is required for “metal sensitive” compounds , and we discuss about the best countermeasures that can be adopted to ensure “method robustness”. Moreover we describe efficient data processing solutions for the characterization of oligonucleotide products and impurities for LCMS datasets.

Key Learning Objectives:

• Advances in biomolecule analysis

• How you can improve data quality, sensitivity and resolution for metal sensitive molecules (For Small Molecule and Large Bio-therapeutic Analysis)

• Advanced data processing technology for characterizing oligonucleotide products and impurities for LCMS datasets

Who Should Attend:

• Scientists doing work looking to improve data quality , sensitivity, and resolution for metal sensitive molecules…both small molecule and large bio-therapeutic analysis

• Scientists interested in data processing technology for characterizing oligonucleotide products and impurities for LCMS datasets