Scientific poster: High-throughput proteome analysis using 50 cm micro pillar array columns (μPAC™)
The practice of bottom-up proteomics relies to a large extent on the separation performance that can be achieved with state-of-the art nano LC-MS/MS equipment.
Depending on the sample complexity or the instrument time that can be dedicated to a certain sample, different LC columns and corresponding LC-MS/MS methods are often required. When aiming for comprehensive proteome analysis with deep coverage, relatively long columns (lengths up to 75 cm) are typically operated with long and shallow solvent gradients, delivering the highest chromatographic performance.
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