charge variant and glycan analysisThe on-demand webinar (under 60 mins) featured in this post was recently posted on our website and you can view it without filling out a registration form! The webinar presents our new Bio-UHPLC platform (Thermo Scientific Dionex UltiMate 3000 BioRS system) and consumables for charge variant and glycan analysis.

As mentioned on this blog before, therapeutic proteins and monoclonal antibodies have transformed the biopharmaceutical industry and form the largest part of the rapidly growing biotherapeutics and biosimilars drug market. It is absolutely essential that researchers have the ability to quickly and accurately assess product quality and safety—including factors such as sequence integrity, titer, aggregation, charge, and glycan heterogeneity and purity—at each step. Biosimilars, which require extensive comparison to their reference products, have placed further demands on state-of-the-art analytical techniques to assess comparability and similarity.

To view the webinar, simply click the title below or the image on the right.

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On-Demand Webinar: New Developments in Chromatography for Improved Analytics of Biopharmaceuticals

Our experts discuss new advances in state-of-the-art chromatography and mass spectrometry solutions used to support characterization, comparability, similarity, and stability studies required during biotherapeutic and biosimilar drug development and QA/QC.

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