17.01.2019 | Lumex Instruments presentation on streaming potential option captivates audience at LACE 2018
December 2018 – Mendosa, Argentina. Lumex Instruments Canada took part in the capillary electrophoresis symposium for Latin America.
Our expert, the capillary electrophoresis (CE) project manager Dr. Vadim M. Okun, Ph.D., gave his presentation about a very interesting and exciting topic: NEW PERSPECTIVES IN PERFORMING LONG SEQUENCES OF CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS ANALYSES USING STREAMING POTENTIAL CONTROL. The streaming potential (SP), a phenomenon which arises between the ends of a fused silica capillary when an electrolyte is pressed through it, can assess the quality of the rinse in a CE system. In CE, proper conditioning of the inner capillary surface is of utmost importance for the run-to-run reproducibility of the migration times and peak areas of the analytes. Dr. Okun could captivate the audience with this natural but extremely important phenomenon that is part of the mystery and beauty of the CE system.
If you are interested to find more about this feature, please register to attend the webinar NEW PERSPECTIVES IN PERFORMING LONG SEQUENCES OF CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS ANALYSES USING STREAMING POTENTIAL CONTROL.
LACE 2018, the 24th Latin-American Symposium on Biotechnology, Biomedical, Biopharmaceutical, and Industrial Applications of Capillary Electrophoresis and Microchip Technology is the can’t-miss event for the best CE system researchers and specialists of the entire Americas. It is just the right place to be to get informed about the latest news regarding this technology.
The symposium is structured in four days with an initial pre-symposium course, followed by plenary lectures and contributed communications, as well as poster sessions, vendor seminars, and expositions. Sessions included proteomics, glycomics, metabolomics, genetic analysis, DNA sequencing and separation, miniaturization and microfluidics, bioanalysis, biotechnology, (bio)pharmaceutical analysis, applications, multidimensional separation approaches, hyphenated techniques, mass spectrometry, novel instrumentation, sample treatment, and more.