WHEN: Wednesday, March 20, 2013 (8:30 am – 9:00 am)
WHERE: Room 103B, Pennsylvania Convention Center
DESCRIPTION: Learn about Bio-Rad’s new NGC chromatography system that dramatically reduces the time and effort required for protein purification. Bio-Rad’s next generation systems are easily customized to fit researchers’ application and throughput needs through the addition of interchangeable modules. These allow the system to be upgraded over time without having to purchase a new system. And unlike traditional chromatography systems, which can be intimidatingly complex from initial plumbing and set up, to experimental design and analysis, users immediately feel comfortable with the NGC system. This ease of use allows a novice to become an expert rapidly. To plumb the system simply use the point-to-plumb lighted flow path feature. Programming uses a simple drag-and-drop method that displays the sample flow path on screen. Please join Bio-Rad’s head of chromatography, Richard Lee, at Pittcon to learn how a molecular and cellular biology lab uses the NGC chromatography system to maximize protein throughput.