State-of-the-Art and Emerging Technologies for Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibody Characterization: Defining the Next Generation of Analytical and Biophysical Techniques: Volume 3 by American Chemical Society (Hardback, 2016)
This volume describes vel and emerging analytical techlogies for analysis of proteins with the emphasis on techlogies aimed to address characterization kwledge gaps and/or improve our ability to measure specified attributes with improved selectivity, sensitivity, resolution, and throughput. Higher order structure of proteins is a recognized important attribute of mAbs, with potential implications on stability, safety, and biological function of these large molecules. This book, the last in a series of three volumes, touches on topics ranging from X-ray crystallography, NMR, hydrogen-deuterium exchange mass spectrometry, covalent labeling techniques, and ion mobility mass spectrometry.
Dr. John E. Schiel received his B.S. (2004) and Ph.D.(2009) in Chemistry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and is currently a research chemist in the NIST Biomolecular Measurement Division. Dr. Darryl L. Davis holds a doctorate in Medicinal Chemistry from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. Currently he leads an analytical group within the discovery organization at Janssen R&D. Dr. Oleg V. Borisov earned a B.S. degree (with honors) in Chemistry at Moscow State University (1992), and received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Wayne State University (1997), after which he completed his post-doctoral studies at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories (2000) and Pacific Northwest National Laboratories (2001). He is currently a Director at Novavax, Inc., developing methods and strategies for analysis and characterization of recombinant vaccines, based on nano- and virus-like particle technologies.