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  • 89 Summer St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 (978) 342-0188
  • Walpole, MA
  • Bedford, MA

Work

Company: Repligen corporation Aug 2019 Position: Senior membrane engineer

Education

Degree: Doctorates, Doctor of Philosophy School / High School: Concordia University 1986 to 1992 Specialities: Chemistry

Skills

Biotechnology • Chemistry • Life Sciences • Validation • Product Development • Technology Transfer • Biopharmaceuticals • Chromatography • Gmp • Data Analysis • Surface Modification • R&D • Membranes • Bilingual • High Resolution Ftir • Biochemistry • Hplc • High Vacuum Systems and Materials • Energy Dispersive X Ray Spectroscopy • Single Crystal X Ray Structure Determina... • Optics/Beam Steering/Detector Technologies • Ftir

Languages

English • French

Industries

Biotechnology

Resumes

Resumes

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Senior Membrane Engineer

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Location:
Fitchburg, MA
Industry:
Biotechnology
Work:
Repligen Corporation
Senior Membrane Engineer

Contractual Engagement at Ge Healthcare
Membran Scientist

Milliporesigma Apr 2005 - Apr 2016
Research and Development Scientist
Education:
Concordia University 1986 - 1992
Doctorates, Doctor of Philosophy, Chemistry
Skills:
Biotechnology
Chemistry
Life Sciences
Validation
Product Development
Technology Transfer
Biopharmaceuticals
Chromatography
Gmp
Data Analysis
Surface Modification
R&D
Membranes
Bilingual
High Resolution Ftir
Biochemistry
Hplc
High Vacuum Systems and Materials
Energy Dispersive X Ray Spectroscopy
Single Crystal X Ray Structure Determination
Optics/Beam Steering/Detector Technologies
Ftir
Languages:
English
French

Publications

Us Patents

Hydrophilic, High Protein Binding, Low Fluorescence, Western Blotting Membrane

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US Patent:
8143067, Mar 27, 2012
Filed:
Nov 3, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/938813
Inventors:
Antoni Peters - Billerica MA, US
Philip Goddard - Billerica MA, US
John Charkoudian - Billerica MA, US
Neil Soice - Billerica MA, US
Dave Brewster - Billerica MA, US
Anja Dedeo - Billerica MA, US
Assignee:
EMD Millipore Corporation - Billerica MA
International Classification:
C12Q 1/00
G01N 33/53
C12P 19/26
B01D 57/02
US Classification:
436 86, 435 4, 435 6, 435 71, 435401, 204450, 436 71, 436173
Abstract:
Hydrophilic membrane particularly suited for blotting applications, preferably Western blotting. A pre-wet hydrophobic membrane substrate, preferably made of PVDF, is contacted with a monomer solution and subjected to a UV-initiated free radical polymerization step to render the substrate permanently hydrophilic. The resulting membrane exhibits low background fluorescence, high protein binding, excellent retention of protein sample spot morphology, and extended dynamic range (high signal-to-noise ratio, enhanced sample detectability). The membrane demonstrates comparable or higher performance in Western blotting applications than conventional nitrocellulose Western blotting membranes, particularly for protein detection at low sample concentrations, and is directly water-wettable, eliminating the need for an alcohol pre-wet step prior to use.

Hydrophilic, High Protein Binding, Low Fluorescence, Western Blotting Membrane

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US Patent:
20100044302, Feb 25, 2010
Filed:
Aug 6, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/462635
Inventors:
Antoni Peters - Billerica MA, US
Philip Goddard - Billerica MA, US
John Charkoudian - Billerica MA, US
Neil Soice - Billerica MA, US
Dave Brewster - Billerica MA, US
Anja Dedeo - Billerica MA, US
International Classification:
B01D 71/40
B01D 71/34
B05D 3/02
US Classification:
210490, 427243
Abstract:
Hydrophilic membrane particularly suited for blotting applications, preferably Western blotting. A pre-wet hydrophobic membrane substrate, preferably made of PVDF, is contacted with a monomer solution and subjected to a UV-initiated free radical polymerization step to render the substrate permanently hydrophilic. The resulting membrane exhibits low background fluorescence, high protein binding, excellent retention of protein sample spot morphology, and extended dynamic range (high signal-to-noise ratio, enhanced sample detectability). The membrane demonstrates comparable or higher performance in Western blotting applications than conventional nitrocellulose Western blotting membranes, particularly for protein detection at low sample concentrations, and is directly water-wettable, eliminating the need for an alcohol pre-wet step prior to use.
Antoni V Peters from Fitchburg, MA, age ~66 Get Report