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Nominations for the +Bioanalysis Zone New Investigator Award are closing soon. Make sure you do not miss out! Click on the link below to nominate a colleague, researcher or even yourself to win this prestigious award. https://www.bioanalysis-zone.com/awards/new-investigator-award/ #science #bioanalysis #NIA
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In this second installment of Ask the Expert feature on Microsampling Craig Aurand (Supelco/Sigma-Aldrich) shares his thoughts on advances of BioSPME devices in Microsampling.

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“The double sorting and purification functionality is unique, but this is not the only exciting aspect of this device" - Xiao Wang

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Read our latest commentary on the differences between conventional and hybrid LC–MS assays by Jean-Nicholas Mess.

Visit Bioanalysis Zone for more content on our Spotlight focus on Hybrid LBA/LC–MS - http://bit.ly/247gepe

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Simplify, streamline and standardize your #proteinquantification workflows, while reducing variability and delivering accurate and precise results!

Hear more at our free to access #webinar on Thursday 18th February.
Register here to reserve your place: http://bit.ly/23iPQuV

Erin Chambers, Director of Technology Advancement and Principal Scientist at Waters Corporation, will present on ‘Towards standardization of high performance protein quantification workflows’.

This workshop will highlight the implementation and benefits of generic, kitted methods. Using this simple kit-based approach and strategies outlined in the workshop, detection limits of as low as 10 ng/mL are achieved from only 35 mL plasma. At the same time, single digit accuracy and precision are reported for the range of proteins tested.
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Missed our #webinar with the 2015 Young Investigator Award  #YIA  winner last week? No problem, it’s available to view on demand!

Watch it here: http://bit.ly/1Md2Ohy
Duration: 20 minutes

Hear about how ultrafast affinity extraction was used in a multi-dimensional HPAC system to measure the free fractions of enantiomers (i.e., R- and S-warfarin) and their association equilibrium constants with HSA. The HPAC method simultaneously determined both the equilibrium constants and rate constants for the reversible interaction of drugs and hormones with serum proteins.

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It’s TODAY! Join us at 3pm GMT for our #webinar with the 2015 Young Investigator Award (YIA) winner.

Hear about a novel high-performance affinity #chromatography (HPAC) method, created to simultaneously determine both the equilibrium constants and rate constants for the reversible interaction of drugs and hormones with serum proteins.

Can’t make it? No trouble, still register and you’ll be able to watch it on demand afterwards. 

Register here: http://bit.ly/1Md2Ohy
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#Webinar with the 2015 Young Investigator Award winner: Analysis of solute-protein binding in solution by ultrafast affinity extraction and affinity microcolumns

Date: Tuesday 12th January 2016

This year's winner, Xiwei (Emmi) Zheng, will detail the novel high-performance affinity chromatography (HPAC) method she created to simultaneously determine both the equilibrium constants and rate constants for the reversible interaction of drugs and hormones with serum proteins. The HPAC method in a multi-dimensional system allowed for the measurement of the free fraction of drugs in samples such as human serum. A key benefit of the technique is that it is label-free, requires a short analysis time and only requires microliter volumes of sample.

For further details and registration see here: bit.ly/1Md2Ohy
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Don’t miss our panel discussion next week!

Tune in on Thursday 3rd December to hear our experts analyze key results from our #biomarkers (and #biosensors) survey.
 
You will have the opportunity to learn how to address some of the technical challenges faced when working with biomarkers and how to deal with the lack of specific regulations for biomarkers.

Registration and further details here: http://bit.ly/1RSqc8I
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Don’t miss our #webinar next week, in association with Agilent Technologies!

Our speaker, Philippe De Raeve, Scientific Director at Quality Assistance (CRO), will discuss a significant improvement on protein quantification!

Learn how an isotope dilution ICP-MS method (based on sulfur determination) can be set up for the fast and accurate quantification of pure proteins, without the need for a reference substance.

The webinar will be delivered at 2pm GMT and 4pm GMT on Tuesday 24th November so you can choose the time most convenient for you.  If you can't make it at these times, don't worry. Still register and you'll be able to watch the webinar recording on demand afterwards.

For further details and registration visit here: http://bit.ly/20KiW54
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