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CASSS – WCBP 2018

Want to simplify your mass spec analysis? We can help!

  • The Mayflower Hotel, Washington DC.
  •  Tuesday, January 30, 2018 – Thursday, February 1, 2018

Visit us at Table #8 to learn more:

Simplify Your Mass Spectrometry Research

• Digest Samples with Faster Trypsin
• Avoid Artificial PTMs During Sample Prep
• Monitor Instrument Performance
• Accurately Characterize Antibodies

Products to Meet Your Protein Characterization Needs

• Mass Spec Reference Reagents
• Proteases and Surfactants
• Glycosidases
• Protein Deamidation Detection Reagents
• Antibody Digestion Kits

Meet our scientists during poster presentations (listed below) and visit us during the exhibition. We would love to discuss your research goals.

Poster Presentations

Sergei Saveliev
Side Effect-Free Protein Sample Preparation for Peptide Mapping
Presented by:
Sergei Saveliev, Sr Research Scientist
Kevin Cook
A Recombinant Asp-Specific Protease for Bottom-Up Mass Spectrometry Workflows
Presented by:
Kevin Cook, Strategic Collaborations Manager

Can’t make it? Visit www.promega.com/products/mass-spectrometry/ for help with your mass spec research needs or view our latest webinar How to Avoid Artificial Non-Enzymatic PTMs During the Peptide Sample Preparation Process

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