Determination of Maltose and Protein by 2D-HPLC
DescriptionMany biopharmaceutical formulations use carbohydrates to enhance the stability of proteins. This method is an example of a "heart-cut" 2D HPLC method, separating the carbohydrate analyte from the protein. The method uses two charge aerosol detectors, as an example, but one can be substituted by UV. Calibration for the Maltose is from 15.6 - 2000 ng o.c. If a second Corona Veo SD is used for the Protein, it uses the parameters described as "Veo SD".
|Keywords:||carbohydrate, Protein, BSA, Maltose, Bovine serum albumin|
|Affiliation:||Thermo Fisher Scientific|
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