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Analyzing protein glycosylation using UHPLC: a review


Ultrahigh performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) uses small stationary-phase particle size (<2 μm) and high pressure in order to achieve rapid and efficient separations. The speed and high resolution of this method has made it a valuable tool for analyzing the complex glycosylation patterns found in post-translationally modified proteins. This article highlights the differences between UHPLC and HPLC and reviews recent UHPLC applications and developments for detecting glycosylated proteins (e.g., glycomics studies) and

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