We talk to Vellalore Kakkanaiah about his work using flow cytometry in adoptive cell therapy in this interview as part of our author’s perspective series.
Browsing: mass spectrometry
An author’s perspective: Zhengqi Ye on approaches to measure protein binding of enzymatically unstable compounds
We talk to Zhengqi Ye about the approaches she uses to measure protein binding of enzymatically unstable compounds in plasma in this interview as part of our author’s perspective series.
We talk to Laura Rowe about her work using UHPLC to analyse protein glycosylation in this interview as part of our author’s perspective series.
This editorial provides an insight into the development of proteomics as a tool for drug and biomarker discovery, pharmacodynamics and protein network elucidation; and where technology may be heading in the future.
An author’s perspective: Wenying Jian on bioanalytical workflow for novel scaffold protein–drug conjugates
We talk to Wenying Jian about her work on the quantitation of total Centyrin protein using liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry in this interview as part of our author’s perspective series.
Researchers have used mass spectrometry to analyze blister fluid in order to aid the diagnosis of burn severity.
A new mass spectrometry system with nanomechanical resonators has been utilized to accurately measure virus capsids above 100 MDa.
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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.
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.