Simon Jaag | Authors

Simon Jaag has an M.Sc. degree in pharmaceutical sciences and technologies and a license as a pharmacist. As a doctoral candidate, he specialized in the analysis of proteins on their intact level as well as on the peptide and amino acid level. His main research focus is the development of new LC–MS techniques to characterize protein‑based biopharmaceuticals and their impurities. He has recently started the determination of the absolute configuration of amino acids in lipopeptide samples. During his master’s thesis he was awarded the Prof. Marin Wahl Award.


Evaluation of Kinetic Performance of Reversed-Phase Columns for Protein Separations by Gradient Kinetic Plots

This article compares the performance of wide-pore silica monolithic, sub-2µm FPP, and SPP columns, addresses the question of whether 1000 Å or 400 Å SPP columns are more suitable for reversed-phase LC-type protein separations, and presents a kinetic performance comparison of different columns.