Peptide and Protein Bioanalysis Application Notebook
Library Number: APNT134830620 | Format: PDF | File Size: 19661.64 kB | Year: 2017 | Content Type: Application Notes

This application notebook details on peptide & protein bioanalysis.

REIMS Workflow for the Direct Analysis of Cell Pellets with Minimal Sample Preparation
Library Number: APNT134905228 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1382.36 kB | Year: 2016 | Content Type: Application Notes

A powerful method of analyzing cell samples with minimal sample preparation is described in this technology brief.

Improved MALDI Imaging Quality and Speed Using the MALDI SYNAPT G2-Si HDMS
Library Number: APNT134777497 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1355.91 kB | Year: 2013 | Content Type: Application Notes

With a new laser, the MALDI SYNAPT G2-Si HDMS offers improved MALDI imaging capabilities, with faster analysis of tissue sections and higher data quality for high spatial resolution experiments.

Increasing Sample Throughput Using the ACQUITY UPLC System with 2D Technology and Parallel Column Re...
Library Number: APNT134731031 | Format: PDF | File Size: 1117.68 kB | Year: 2013 | Content Type: Application Notes

To increase sample throughput using the ACQUITY UPLC® System with 2D Technology configured for parallel column regeneration.

Quantification of the Hormones Progesterone and Cortisol in Whale Breath Samples Using Novel, Non-In...
Library Number: APNT134671334 | Format: PDF | File Size: 2572.77 kB | Year: 2012 | Content Type: Application Notes

This application note describes a novel, non-invasive sampling method and a sensitive, repeatable LC-TQ MS method for the detection of progesterone and cortisol in different whale species.

Diastereoselective Separation of Permethrin Using the ACQUITY UPC2 System
Library Number: APNT134667299 | Format: PDF | File Size: 2351.74 kB | Year: 2012 | Content Type: Application Notes

Compared to chiral HPLC methods, UPC2 offers a complete baseline resolution of all isomers with significantly shorter run time; ideal for pesticide manufacturers who routinely perform diastereomer analyses.