Executive Summary LCGC – Expanding the Limits of Shotgun Proteomics Using Micro-Pillar Array Columns and Data-Independent Acquisition Methods

PharmaFluidics_Executive Summary LCGC_Expanding the Limits of Shotgun Proteomics Using Micro-Pillar Array Columns and Data-Independent Acquisition Methods
PharmaFluidics_Executive Summary LCGC_Expanding the Limits of Shotgun Proteomics Using Micro-Pillar Array Columns and Data-Independent Acquisition Methods

LCGC wrote an executive summary about our webinar with Biognosys, Expanding the Limits of Shotgun Proteomics Using Micro-Pillar Array Columns and Data-Independent Acquisition Methods.

Our Application Development Manager, Dr. Jeff Op de Beeck, explained specific features of the micro-chip-based pillar array chromatography and Dr. Jan Muntel, a senior scientist at Biognosys AG, will report on the latest application of PharmaFluidics’ nanoflow columns in combination with the DIA methodology.

 

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Learn the principles of micro-chip-based pillar array chromatography columns.
  • Understand the benefits and separation performance of micro-chip-based chromatography columns for the analysis of complex and tiny biological samples.
  • Demonstrate real-world applications of micro-chip pillar array chromatography columns in combination with data-independent acquisition (DIA) mass spectrometry.
  • Report on performance improvements in the number of precursors, peptides, and protein groups identified.

 

Read the full executive summary here!