Join us on June 19 to learn how to characterize your protein purity, identity and heterogeneity with the state-of-the-art Maurice capillary electrophoresis system.
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19 June 3.30pm (BST)
Capillary electrophoresis (CE) is a standard method for analyzing complex biotherapeutic proteins. The Maurice® platform innovates the traditional CE technology by combining both cIEF and CE-SDS detection schemes into one fully automated instrument, enabling easy and accurate protein profiling by size or charge.
This presentation discusses how researchers can better characterize their biotherapeutics by utilizing Maurice’s sensitive native fluorescence detection, in addition to UV absorbance for cIEF analysis, and its newly released CE-SDS PLUS system.
This webinar is intended for analysts, scientists and lab managers in the field of biotherapeutic protein R&D and manufacturing, within the biopharmaceutical industry, contract organizations, and academic research institutions.
By attending this webinar you will learn…
- How the new CE-SDS PLUS system can be utilized for purity and identity characterization
- How the Maurice platform provides solutions for biosimilar analysis
- About new applications on Maurice
ProteinSimple is part of the Protein Platforms division of Bio-Techne. We’re rethinking protein tools and helping thousands of researchers around the world resolve their protein analysis problems so they can reveal new insight into proteins and their role in disease. Our wide-ranging portfolio of tools includes everything from immunoassay systems that quantify protein expression to systems that probe the structure and purity of protein-based therapeutics.
ProteinSimple is now a brand in the Bio-Techne family of brands that includes R&D Systems, ACD, Tocris, and Novus Biologicals. For more information on Bio-Techne and its brands, please visit www.bio-techne.com.
Speaker: Jessica Dermody, Director, R&D Science, ProteinSimple, a Bio-Techne brand
Jessica received her B.A. in Biology-Chemistry from Scripps College and her PhD at Harvard Medical School. Before she joined the ProteinSimple team she developed analysis methods for clinical samples on a prototype of the Simple Western NanoPro 1000 platform at Stanford University. Jessica is currently the Director of R&D Science.
Speaker: Chris Heger, Senior Manager, Application Sciences, ProteinSimple, a Bio-Techne brand
Chris Heger received his PhD from Cornell University before he joined CCR/NCI/NIH as a Postdoctoral Fellow. Through this role, Chris became well-acquainted with ProteinSimple and decided to join the team. Since 2016, Chris has led the Applications Science group with a focus on fostering external/internal collaborations and developing novel applications with ProteinSimple’s technologies.
Moderator: Benjamin Valsler, Digital editor, Chemistry World magazine
Ben is the digital editor of Chemistry World magazine, producing video and podcasts to accompany the magazine and website. Prior to joining the Royal Society of Chemistry, he was the producer of the award-winning Naked Scientists, making local and national radio programmes for the BBC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Primedia in South Africa.
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