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Bioanalytical sciences


EBF Open Symposium 2021

Science - Our Universal Language

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The importance of characterising critical reagents with a focus on bio-conjugated reagents (Laura Geary, Senior Scientist)

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Challenges of developing an ADA assay for Bispecific antibody therapeutic and further ADA characterisation (Issa Jyamubandi, Technical Specialist)

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Pushing the limits of PK analysis: can we meet BMV PK criteria with high sensitivity LBAs (Richard Hughes, Associate Scientific Director)

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Missed cleavages in bottom-up protein LC-MS workflows: ‘Breaking Bad’-ly cleaved surrogate peptides (Richard Lucey, Senior Scientist)

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Cryoactivation, CRESS, and the Importance of Preanalytics (Coral Munday, Senior Scientist)

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EBF Open Symposium 2020

From Cyberspace - Staying Connected

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New immunogenicity strategies to meet the needs of a developing pandemic (Richard Hughes, Associate Scientific Director) 

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The highs and lows of ultra-sensitive immunoassays (Dan Creed, Senior Scientist)

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Next Gen Trypsin: Large Molecule LC-MS/MS Bioanalysis Today, Not Tomorrow (Ashley Phillips, Senior Scientist) 

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A recap of EBF discussions and recommendations on Pharma-CRO partnership best practices for Method Development (Rachel Green, Operations Director - on behalf of the EBF)

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Bad Blood? An Evolving Tale of Risk Within a COVID-19 World (Michael Wright, Scientific Director)

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European Bioanalysis Forum 2019

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In the Zone: HRMS vs QqQ


In Bioanalysis Zone's ‘In the Zone’ feature we pitched HRMS versus QqQ in a head-to-head comparison over a wide range of bioanalytical application areas.


A new king of quantitation?

An entertaining review of method development, maintenance, sample analysis and data management


HR-MS for the CROLGC HR-MS for the CRO

We look at the benefits and challenges of high res mass spectrometry for the CRO



HR-MS for large molecule quantificationLGC HR-MS for large molecule quantification

We explore whether high resolution mass spectrometry can challenge the ‘Gold Standard’ triple quadrupole mass spectrometer for quantitative bioanalysis within the CRO environment.



LGC Small Molecule Bioanalysis

Small Molecule Bioanalysis - Time to Saddle a New Workhorse?

Is it time for the traditional workhorse for small molecule quantitation to be put out to pasture?




Infographic: The benefits of HR-MS compared to QqQ

We explore top tips to prolong periods between instrument cleans, compare cleaning times for QqQ and QToF platforms and provide an assessment of robustness, with a focus on sensitivity level and mass accuracy.

Finally, we present common trends to be aware of when the QToF platform has become contaminated and requires cleaning.