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This webinar discusses novel mass spectrometer-based approach that can speed detection and quantitation while achieving the required specificity and sensitivity. The live broadcast will take place on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 2pm EDT (NA).
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Product and process impurities in biopharmaceuticals are often present in very low abundance and are often lost in the noise, making their analyses quite challenging and time-consuming.
Join presenters Dr. Rowel Tobias, Senior Scientist, Protein Chemistry at ABC Laboratories, and Dr. John Anders, Head of Quality at Nanotherapeutics, Inc., to lear about a novel mass spectrometer-based approach that can speed detection and quantitation while achieving the required specificity and sensitivityand how multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) techniques can be effectively applied to CMC-related development activities.
Case studies will be cited to demonstrate how internally standardized LC-ESI-MS/MS methods can be designed and validated to meet regulatory requirements.
For more information or to register for this webinar, visit: Novel MS Techniques Speed Detection of Biopharmaceutical Product and Process Impurities
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