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The Special Requirements of Biomolecules in HPLC Analysis with Andrea Krumm

Biomolecules such as proteins, antibodies or viral vectors are becoming increasingly important therapeutics, as evidenced by clinical trials and ultimately drug approvals. But they are also significantly different from small molecules, which affects their HPLC analysis. We explain the differences and what that means for the HPLC conditions and modes used to analyze biomolecules.

Characterization of mAb glycoforms on FcγRIIIA-ligand

This application note demonstrates the scalability from analytical to semi-preparative mode while maintaining similar resolution between the two different capacity columns.

FcR Affinity Chromatography for Upstream Development

A new approach to assess glycan profiles during cell line screening.