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Chromatography Theory and Applications: A Virtual Symposium

***Live: Two Day Event! Day One: Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 10am EDT | 12:30pm EDT | 2pm EDT & Day Two: Friday, Oct. 23, 2020 10am EDT | 2pm EDT *** In this two-day online event, speakers will discuss theory and applications of gas chromatography (GC) and high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). We have a morning and afternoon session each day, plus a lunchtime tutorial session on 2D-GC on Day 1. There will be live Q&A for the morning sessions and the tutorial. Attendance is free..*** On demand available after final airing until Oct. 23, 2021.***

Detection of Protein Heterogeneity by HPLC

Protein heterogeneity is generated by post-translational modification, decomposition, and a variety of other processes, including chemical modification, denaturation, and aggregation. Since antibodies and recombinant proteins are now widely used for therapeutic treatment, it is essential to evaluate their heterogeneity during development, stability testing, and in the quality control of the final product.

The Characterization of Sugar Beet Pectin using the EcoSEC GPC System Coupled to Multi-Angle Light Scattering, Quasi-Elastic Light Scattering, and Differential Viscometry

The need to increase the use of low valued co-products derived from the processing of sugar beets has prompted the investigation of the structure of the pectin extracted from sugar beet pulp. The characterization of sugar beet pectin is essential as it has the potential to be used in the production of industrial products, e.g., as an emulsifying agent in food systems.