A Glycan Analysis Method That Reduces Time and Effort

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  April 30, 2018

  8:00 a.m. PDT / 11:00 a.m. EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST

 

Overview

 

The Applied Biosystems™ GlycanAssure™ Glycan Analysis and Quantitation System is the first glycan analysis platform that combines both high throughput and high data quality, and offers an integrated glycan analysis platform that helps save labor, time, and cost of analysis.

The GlycanAssure™ HyPerformance sample preparation kit utilizes magnetic bead-based technology, providing rapid and complete release of N-glycans with preservation of sialic acid. The resulting samples magnetic bead-based sample preparation that provides improved analysis on either Capillary Electrophoresis (CE) or Liquid Chromatography (LC) analytical platforms. The kit also provides a simple workflow for glycan denaturation and deglycosylation, labeling of released glycans, and cleanup of excess free dye.

The GlycanAssure system also includes its own software. It is an easy-to-use data acquisition and analysis software with security, auditing, and E-signature (SAE) features to help meet 21 CFR Part 11 compliance. It offers user-friendly navigation with an intuitive dashboard design, highly visible buttons for common operations, easy-to-read graphical displays to monitor the state of consumables, simplified plate setup, and a handy maintenance scheduling calendar functionality.

GlycanAssure Data Analysis software allows quick viewing of analyzed and un-analyzed glycan samples and quick comparison of different analysis methods. It includes built-in primary analysis with quality control, so you can make decisions about the quality of data as it is produced without the need to transfer output files to other software.

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Key Learning Objectives

 

GlycanAssure Hyperformance Kit

  • Overall GlycanAssure workflow
  • Feature of the Hyperformance kit
  • Steps for manual sample preparation
  • Deglycosylation process using the GlycanAssure system

 

GlycanAssure Software

  • Security, Audit, and E-signature (SAE)
  • Data acquisition
  • Data analysis
  • Workflow

Who Should Attend

 
  • QC Scientist
  • Process Development Scientist
  • Method Development Scientist
  • Analytical Development Scientist
  • Pharmaceutical Analytical R&D Scientist
  • Protein analytical scientist
  • Therapeutic protein developer
 

Speakers

 
Johnie Young,
R&D Scientist, Molecular Biology,
Thermo Fisher Scientific
 

Moderator

 
Alexandra Taylor,
Assistant Editor,
C&EN
 

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