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Quantitative Analysis of Biomarkers, New Life Science Webinar Hosted by Xtalks
Date:6/17/2013

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) June 17, 2013

As interest increases in developing novel biomarker and biotherapeutic assays to support clinical development, so does the need to keep up with the pace of new discoveries and evolving fit-for-purpose methods.

This webinar, the first in a series titled “Better Methods for Novel Biomarkers” exploring approaches to improving biomarker analysis across a range of technologies, introduces a novel method for more definitive quantification of circulating levels of peptides and proteins than either ELISA or traditional LCMS can achieve.

In addition to learning how to achieve the sensitivity of ELISA with the specificity of LCMS, participants in this complimentary webinar will:

  • Learn how immunoprecipitation methodologies of ELISA can be incorporated with nanoLC/MS to achieve sensitivity that is comparable to ELISA but with the specificity of LCMS
  • View new techniques that can be implemented to address robustness issues associated with nanoLC/MS
  • Review validated methods where a lower limit of quantification (LLOQ) comparable or better than current ELISA assays was achieved

To learn more about the event, visit:

http://xtalks.com/Quantitative-Analysis-of-Biomarkers.ashx

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