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HPAE-PAD Analysis of Carbohydrates in Pharma & Food Products


carbohydrates in pharma and food productsRecently, we partnered with the LCGC magazine to present a very popular webinar on the analysis of carbohydrates in pharmaceutical and food products.The reason this topic is receiving increased scrutiny is because many developed countries are continuing to see a relentless rise in obesity, and now carbohydrate decoration on monoclonal antibodies is widely understood to be responsible for recognition (and/or rejection) by the body with biosimilars as the analytical target.

Dr. Jason S. Wood, Sr. Product Manager for Ion Chromatography and Sample Prep at Thermo Fisher Scientific, and Dr. Steven Hull, Analytical Group Leader at Grain Processing Corporation, are featured in a moderated discussion about the use of High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection (HPAE-PAD) for the analysis of carbohydrates including mono-, di- and oligo- saccharides without derivatization.

The webinar focuses on pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and food & beverage matrices and will be of value if you are looking for a fast, easy and economical way to detect multiple types of carbohydrates without derivatization.

This on-demand webinar is free.

If you have a moment after you view the webinar, do tell us what you thought about the webinar. What else could we have discussed that would have added value for you? I also expect to  post the Q&A from the webinar in a couple of weeks so you might want to subscribe to this blog's RSS feed or come back soon.

What other topics would you like to see Thermo Fisher Scientific cover in webinars? Do tell us.


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