In a joint research collaboration, PharmaFluidics and Biognosys extended the well-proven combination of nanoflow-columns and single-shot proteomics to the data-independent acquisition (DIA) methodology for deep single shot proteome analysis.
In this webcast, Dr. Jeff Op de Beeck, the application development manager of PharmaFluidics, will explain 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.
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