30May/18

Informed-Proteomics: open-source software package for top-down proteomics — SMT REFERENCED ARTICLE

Jungkap Park, Paul D Piehowski, Christopher Wilkins, Mowei Zhou, Joshua Mendoza, Grant M Fujimoto, Bryson C Gibbons, Jared B Shaw, Yufeng Shen, Anil K Shukla, Ronald J Moore, Tao Liu, Vladislav A Petyuk, Nikola Tolić, Ljiljana Paša-Tolić, Richard D Smith, Samuel H Payne & Sangtae Kim
Nature Methods, Volume 14

Nature Methods, Volume 14 Separation Methods TechnologiesTop-down proteomics, the analysis of intact proteins in their endogenous form, preserves valuable information about post-translation modifications, isoforms and proteolytic processing. The quality of top-down liquid chromatography–tandem MSMS (LCLC-MSMS/MSMS) data sets is rapidly increasing on account of advances in instrumentation and sample-processing protocols. However, top-down mass spectra are substantially more complex than conventional bottom-up data…The analytical column was prepared in house by slurry packing 3 μm diameter C2 [BMEB C2] stationary phase (Separation Methods Technology, Newark, Delaware) into a 50 cm length of 360 μm o.d. × 100 μm i.d. fused silica capillary column…READ MORE HERE

30Apr/18

Determination of Chloride, Chlorite and Chlorate in Drinking Water Samples by High Performance Ion Chromatography

SMT Separation Journals: April 2018 – Volume 02

Hafeez Fatunmbi and Bukola Fatunmbi

Separation Methods Technologies, Incorporated (Newark, Delaware, USA)

ABSTRACT

Chloride (Cl), chlorite (ClO2) and chlorate (ClO3) are anions commonly found in swimming pool and drinking water due to treatment with different processes for suppression of bacteria, usually through chlorination. Unfortunately, these anions have potential negative health implications and as such, it is crucial to monitor their levels. Continue reading

23Mar/18

Ultra High-Resolution Chromatography with SMT Capillary/Nano LC Columns

SMT Separation Journals: March 2018 – Volume 02

Hafeez Fatunmbi and Bukola Fatunmbi

Separation Methods Technologies, Incorporated (Newark, Delaware, USA)

ABSTRACT

Capillary columns made with less than 1 millimeter (mm) internal diameters (i.d.) offer significant theoretical advantages over conventional 4.6 mm i.d. columns. However, current instrumental constraints and manufacturing difficulties have limited their applications. SMT currently offers a comprehensive range of capillary HPLC columns with 0.1 through 0.5 mm i.d. that are very rugged and highly reproducible. Continue reading