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April 7, 2016
Buffer prep, buffer exchange and protein concentration can take 2-4 days of a scientist’s time and it’s all manual. Not anymore! Now there is a way better process that will give you the same results.
The GRUNT totally automates protein formulation prep in a single, easy-to-use system. With just a 20 minute setup, the GRUNT prepares up to 12 protein formulations, at a volume of 0.5–8mL with protein concentrations up to 200 mg/mL. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of the GRUNT and compare the system’s novel micro UF/DF process to current techniques.
Uncover the benefits of automated protein formulation preparation.
Russell Burge, Ph.D.
Russell Burge earned a Ph.D. in molecular biology and biochemistry from The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California. Russell received post-doctoral training at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Russell worked on the biophysical characterization of RNA and DNA aptamers relevant to the biopharmaceutical industry. Russell’s experience includes working as a Scientist I at KBI Biopharma Inc., where he contributed to over a dozen biopharmaceutical development projects. Russell is an Applications Scientist at Unchained Labs where he designs and performs demonstrations of automated systems used in the research and development of pharmaceuticals. Russell’s additional contributions to Unchained Labs range from market research to new product development.
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