Articles by Simion Kreimer - Chromatography Online
Articles by Simion Kreimer

Simion Kreimer


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The Use of Light-Scattering Detection with SEC and HPLC for Protein and Antibody Studies, Part II: Examples and Comparison to Mass Spectrometry
December 1, 2012

Detailed examples of light-scattering techniques are presented as well as how their performance compares to MS and other methods.

The Use of Light-Scattering Detection with SEC and HPLC for Protein and Antibody Studies, Part I: Background, Theory, and Potential Uses
September 1, 2012

Light-scattering detection: the theory and the advantages

Biotechnology Highlights from Isranalytica 2011
June 1, 2011

Isranalytica offered great talks on biotechnology, on topics from comprehensive protein characterization to middle-out proteomics to capillary electrophoresis for glycoprofiling.

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