Tag Archives: Protein Mass Spec

Sage Science Launches Proteomics Early Access Program for SageELF Instrument

BEVERLY, Mass. — March 26, 2015 — Sage Science, a developer of products for improving sample preparation processes in life science applications, today announced the launch of a proteomics early access program for its SageELF technology. SageELF is a protein … more »

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FAQs: SageELF automated 1D protein fractionation

Q: Does the SageELF use PAGE? A: No, cassettes are pre-cast with agarose and 0.1% SDS. Q: What is the maximum sample amount that can be fractionated? A: 350ug. Samples are prepared in a 22 ul volume to which TCEP … more »

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ASMS in Review: Proteomics and Posters Galore

The Sage Science team headed back to our home base of Beverly, Mass., after four terrific days at the ASMS conference in Baltimore. The scientific content of the show was so good that we didn’t even mind enduring the heat … more »

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ASMS Kicks Off, Honoring Mass Spec Luminary and Showcasing Cutting-Edge Proteomics

ASMS is underway here in Baltimore, Md., and the meeting has been so engaging that we haven’t even sneaked out to try some local crab cakes. The proteomics conference officially kicked off last night with a talk from Jason Kalirai … more »

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Coming to ASMS? Check out SageELF for Proteins

If you’re a proteomics scientist, chances are you may not have heard of Sage Science. We’re a small company aimed at improving sample preparation steps in the life sciences, and in the first several years we focused on DNA size … more »

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SageELF for Spectral Libraries: An E. coli Example

Timing and proximity can work wonders when it comes to scientific collaborations. As we were first developing the SageELF, a unique protein sample fractionation device, we discovered by chance that it fit perfectly into an initiative spearheaded by Jeff Silva … more »

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Sage Science Launches Unique Tool to Maximize Value of DNA and Protein Samples

BEVERLY, Mass. — February 12, 2014 — Sage Science, a developer of products for improving sample preparation processes in life science applications, today announced the release of its new SageELF technology for DNA and protein fractionation. This sample prep instrument … more »

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ASMS, Here We Come!

We are packing our bags for Minneapolis and the 61st annual conference of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. As scientists who come from the DNA realm, the protein world is very exciting to us and we’re looking forward to … more »

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