Mass Spectrometry methods for the analysis of synthetic polymers and DNA noncovalent complexes

Wiliam Buchmann
In this work, the performance of mass spectrometry will be investigated for the analysis of industrial polymers (polyethers; polysiloxanes, and copolymers of siloxanes) and noncovalent complexes( DNA and polypeptides or polyamines).

2 Related Works

Evaluation of MALDI-TOF Mass spectrometry detection of DNA noncovalent complexes with basic polypeptides or polyamines

Peran Terrier, Jeanine Tortajada, Gregoire Zin & Wiliam Buchmann
In this work, MALDI-MS was evaluated as a method for the study of noncovalent complexes involving DNA and basic polypeptides (penta-L-arginine, penta-L-lysine) or polyamines (polypropylenimine dendrimers, linear and branched polyethylenimines).

Analysis of Synthetic Polymers by LC-MS using an APCI Interface

Bernard Desmazières, Wiliam Buchmann, Peran Terrier & Jeanine Tortajada
In this work, the performance of the APCI interface will be investigated in SEC and LC-MS coupling applied to the analysis of industrial polymers up to molecular masses of 5 kDa: polyethers; polysiloxanes, and copolymers of siloxanes. Representative applications will be described to highlight benefits and limitations of the APCI technique.

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  • Text

Publication Year

  • 2010

Registration Year

  • 2010

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