Date(s) - 26/04/2018
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Characterization and quantification of inhibitor-protein complexes and small molecules such as amino acids can be challenging leading to false positives and poor resolution of data in techniques that lack high selectivity and specificity.
In this webinar presenters from Harvard Medical School and North Carolina State University will share how their use of the Thermo Scientific™ ZipChip™ separations platform obtained better separation quality for the characterization of small molecule covalent inhibitors bound to proteins and the detection and quantitation of environmental toxins such as β-N-methylamino-L-alanine.
Participants will learn how the ZipChip CE-ESI-MS platform:
• Offers a single separations platform across multiple applications.
• Provides unparalleled resolution and sensitivity enabling analysis of a wide range of analytes.
• Is fast, easy and simple to use resulting in significant time savings.