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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Mike Rosenblatt, Ph.D.
This webinar introduces the 6 x 5 LC-MS/MS Peptide Reference Mix as a standard for performance assessment of both the LC and MS portions of your workflow. Also featured is a free software package for historical analysis of instrument performance.
Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Tuesday, September 09, 2014
Andrew L. Niles
This webinar describes how a new, real-time assay can be conveniently employed to reveal the kinetics and magnitude of response for any individual cytotoxic profile without the limitations of conventional approaches. When combined with value-added multiplex chemistries, these data can provide important information for defining mechanism of action.
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Chris Moreland, MBA
Are you or your lab looking for ways to (i) improve your genomic workflows, (ii) cut costs, and/or (iii) increase the consistency and reliability of your results? If so, please join this webinar to learn more about the new Maxwell® RSC automated benchtop nucleic acid purification system which is designed to enhance laboratory and workflow efficiency while also cutting total costs associated with nucleic acid extraction.
Tuesday, July 08, 2014
Sergei Saveliev, Ph.D.
To address the need for a complex protein reference material suitable for mass spectrometry analysis, we developed intact and pre-digested whole cell yeast and human protein extracts. This webinar will outline the development and testing of these reference extracts with emphasis on LC/MS compatibility, material reproducibility and amenability to efficient mass spec analysis as measured by high numbers of peptide and protein identifications.