Three Great Webinars for Better Chromatography

June 18, 2013 at 2:30 pm Leave a comment

Are you feeling frustrated by chromatography? Do you wish that there was someone there to help you with your chromatography needs instead of just telling you what to do and walking away? If so, join Bio-Rad scientists for three fantastic webinars on a myriad of chromatography subjects. The first three webinars include:

  • chromatography 101 (given June 5th but playback is available for webinar registrants
  • Ion Exchange Chromatography: An Overview Choosing a matrix, parameters affecting resolution, the latest products available, and tips for better chromatography (June 20)
  • Size Exclusion Chromatography: General principles, choosing the best matrix for your samples, the latest products available, and tips for successful separations (July 23)

Register for the webinars today and Expand Your Knowledge About Protein Purification

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