eSemnar – Three Steps to Glycan Success (POSNETEK)

There are many technologies and approaches to understanding the glycosylation present on recombinant proteins. How do you minimize time and effort while ensuring reproducibility? Having a single set of robust and easy-to-learn tools that tackles multiple levels of protein characterization is the key. In this webinar we will review an enabling set of tools that facilitate sample preparation for glycans, detection and analysis of glycans in multiple forms, and will help you turn collected data into meaningful biological insights quickly and easily.
Steve Madden
MassHunter Software Product Manager
Steve has significant experience in chemical analysis, chemometrics and bioinformatics. Prior to his current role, Steve worked in software R&D and support. Today, he manages the marketing of Agilent’s MassHunter qualitative software. This portfolio embraces customers’ needs in a wide variety of markets including biopharmaceutical, proteomics, metabolomics, and chemical analysis.
Steve Murphy, Ph.D.
Director of AssayMAP Development
Steve has an extensive background in assay development and high throughput screening. For the past several years his work has focused on the development of the AssayMAP Bravo platform which leverages microchromotography, precise liquid handling, and an simple user interface to bring the power of automated LC/MS sample preparation to non-automation experts. The goal is to provide a robust, precise, easy-to-use, labor saving, and scalable automated sample preparation platform that allows users to get superior mass spec results.
In This Webinar You Will Learn:
How to set up sample preparation for glycans to maximize consistency and walk away time
The best ways to set up for separation, detection, and analysis of glycans in multiple forms (glycoforms, released)​
How integration among a single set of tools provides for a smooth and easy-to-learn workflow​
Who Should Attend:
Protein chemists
Medicinal chemists
Lab managers​

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