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Millennial Scientific to Present & Exhibit at The Advances in Proteomics Conference

Millennial Scientific will exhibit it's portfolio of Proteomics sample processing and chromatography products at the Advances in Proteomics Technologies (APT-2024) International Conference and workshop to be held at IIT, Mumbai from 17th to 20th February 2024.

The conference and worshops aim to provide participants with insights into the recent advances in the field of proteomics.

Dr. Balaji Sitharaman, President of Millennial Scientific will present a talk titled ‘Electrochemically Modulated Liquid Chromatography - Implications for Proteomics’

Solid phase extraction and liquid chromatography separation are widely employed in processing protein

samples. Herein, we present the synthesis, characterization, and proteomics applications of

electrochemically modulated liquid chromatography (EMLC) stationary phase material. An externally

applied (Ea) voltage (≤2Volts) tweaks the electrically- conductive all-carbon spherical microparticles

stationary phase material's interfacial properties (e.g., surface charge and oxidation state). This capability

theoretically allows the stationary Phase's composition to be tuned before, during, and after the

separation procedure. The capture and release of charged analytes driven by applied voltage simplifies

workflow. It lowers the use of ionic buffers for retention and release of the analytes from the stationary

phase material and reduces operational and maintenance costs. The pseudo-capacitive behavior of the

microbeads allows for charge storage and holds compounds with surface charges even after removing

the voltage, allowing wash procedures. The tunable size (diameter 5 µm to ≥ 1 mm) and porosity (pore

size 10 -100 nm) enable efficient, repetitive, selective separation of charged small (e.g., monophosphate

nucleotides, peptides) and large (DNA, RNA, charged proteins) analytes. The ion exchange and reverse-

phase separation mechanisms allow multimodal separation of analytes.

Exhibition details:

Date: 17th - 20th Feb 2024

Time: 10AM - 6PM

Venue: Victor Menezes Convention Centre (VMCC), IIT Bombay

Talk details

Lecture 7 : Electrochemically Modulated Liquid Chromatography - Implications for

Proteomics by Dr.Balaji Sitharaman

Date: 18th Feb 2024, Sunday

Time: 10:30 - 11:00 AM

Venue: Room 3, VMCC, IIT Bombay

For more information on proteomics sample processing and chromatography products, or to request samples, please email us at, call us at 855 388 2800 or fill in our online form.


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