MSB features cutting-edge research on the frontiers of separation science, spanning fundamental theory, method development, technology advancements to innovative applications relevant to human health, medicine, food and the environment.
From February 18-21 we attended the 34th International Symposium on Microscale Separations and Bioanalysis (MSB 2018) in Rio de Janeiro.
At the conference, PharmaFluidics’ COO Paul Jacobs presented our latest results on the use of µPACᵀᴹ columns in limited sample proteomics. The ease-of-use and reproducibility of nanoflow LCMS using packed-bed capillaries does not yet allow their novice and routine use in the analysis of small protein samples from tissues, body fluids or cell lysates. In our talk, we demonstrated how µPACᵀᴹ can help researchers overcome these limitations.