Peptide Purification using Flash Chromatography: Does it Really Work for You?
Webinar presented by Elizabeth Denton, PhD, Sr. Scientist Peptide Chemistry at Biotage on December 8, 2016.
With improvements in the strategies for solid phase peptide synthesis, researchers have continued to expand the scope and diversity of peptides chemically synthesized. Upon synthesis completion, purification using RP-HPLC has been traditionally required. This purification step is often the most time consuming aspect of the peptide synthesis workflow. Have you ever considered an alternative?
This event will discuss some recent work on the use of flash chromatography for the purification of synthetic peptides as a complementary alternative to standard RP-HPLC methods. Included herein will be representative data purifying multiple peptides, highlighting the significant time improvements and significant reduction in solvent consumption achieved by incorporating flash chromatography in your overall peptide workflow.
Understand the advantages of using flash chromatography for peptide purification as a complementary alternative to standard HPLC methodologies.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Peptide chemists, graduate students, postdoctoral scientists, laboratory managers, professors, peptide program directors