Find out more about some of the top stories this week in methodological improvements for the quantitative analysis of proteomes, and for the production of chiral molecules.
BioAgilytix (NC, USA) have announced their partnership with Sword Bio (IL, USA), to expand their bioanalytical services to include Sword Bio’s detection platform for immunoassays.
Opportunities and challenges for hybrid immunoaffinity LC–MS approach for quantitative analysis of protein biomarkers
Learn more about opportunities and challenges for hybrid immunoaffinity LC–MS approach for quantitative analysis of protein biomarkers in this article from Future Science OA.
This infographic presents key results from the large molecule quantification by LC–MS survey.
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Read more about the latest advances in proteomics this week in our themed weekly news round-up, including news regarding a new clinical market license for a predictive diagnostic test for diabetic kidney disease, and a new device for in vivo real-time proteomics in surgical oncology.
Learn more about the pros and cons of investing in new technologies or sticking with more traditional techniques, as well as about the key questions that should be considered before making the decision. In this infographic, we investigate the pros and cons of utilizing four different technologies available for large molecule analysis: colorimetric ELISA, Meso-Scale Diagnostics, Time Resolved Fluorescence and Quanterix Simoa.
In this interview, Nico and Chad (PRA Health Sciences; NC, USA) discuss the advantages, disadvantages and challenges they face with the technologies they utilize, before predicting what the future holds for the field.
In this interview, Jun Qu (University at Buffalo; NY, USA) describes his current research focuses, including the technologies he is currently developing. Jun goes on to discuss the challenges involved in implementing sensitive quantifications of biotherapeutics using LC–MS and speculates on the future of the technology.
Proposal for risk-based scientific approach on full and partial validation for general changes in bioanalytical method
This manuscript, from Bioanalysis, presents perspectives and recommendations for most conceivable changes that can be made to full and partial validations by members of the discussion groups based on their experiences and discussions at the Japan Bioanalysis Forum Symposium.
Rob Wheller, Principal Scientist from LGC (Fordham, UK), discusses his current research focuses; the advantages, disadvantages and challenges of the technologies he utilizes; and advice he would give to young, early-career scientists.