New study published in Current Research in Biotechnology reports the development of a model for computational prediction of glycosylation of recombinant proteins, which would be of a very high value in the development of future biopharmaceuticals.
High-resolution mass spectrometry has come a long way since its inception. As the field continues to evolve, take a look at the applications of HRMS. From exact mass to routine analyses, what’s next?
Almost nothing is known about the importance of protein PTMs in ALS disease progression. Ben Orsburn (Chief Scientist, Proteomic und Genomic Sciences, MD, USA) is inviting you to change that. In this editorial discover the #ALSMinePTMs community project.
Biomarkers are used to improve diagnosis and monitor a therapeutic response. During biomarker discovery ideal candidates are identified.
With coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) shutting down countries and economies, the world is expectantly looking at scientists to come up with a solution.
In this editorial Amandine Dispas (University of Liege, Belgium) discusses the versatility of SFC and the ongoing role of mass spectrometry in the latest chromatographic workflows. Does chromatography need mass spectrometry? Find out here.
We caught up with Stig Pedersen-Bjergaard (Professor at the Department of Pharmacy, University of Oslo, Norway) and asked him about the exciting developments in his research developing electromembrane extraction applications that have taken place since his 2018 publication in Bioanalysis.
In this editorial Isabelle Kohler (Vrije Univerisiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands) explores the future of chromatography in bioanalysis. Is chromatography still a necessity in the face of developments in other analytical technologies?
Through the integration of the latest nanotechnology and bioengineering, scientists have begun to develop a wide range of microfluidic chips. Check out this list to explore some of the most exciting recently developed devices.
In this editorial feature, explore lab-on-a-chip technology. Find out what it is, what the possible advantages of lab-on-a-chip technology are as well as the disadvantages and challenges encountered by scientists working to develop this emerging field.