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Reference Protocol to Assess Analytical Performance of Higher Order Structural Analysis Measurements: Results from an Interlaboratory Comparison

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  • K. Groves
  • A.E. Ashcroft
  • A. Cryar
  • A. Sula
  • B.A. Wallace
  • B.B. Stocks
  • C. Burns
  • D. Cooper-Shepherd
  • E. De Lorenzi
  • E. Rodriguez
  • H. Zhang
  • J.R. Ault
  • J. Ferguson
  • J.J. Phillips
  • K. Pacholarz
  • K. Thalassinos
  • L. Luckau
  • O. Durrant
  • P. Barran
  • P. Dalby
  • P. Vicedo
  • R. Colombo
  • R. Davis
  • R. Parakra
  • R. Upton
  • S. Hill
  • V. Wood
  • Z. Soloviev
  • M. Quaglia
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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>6/07/2021
<mark>Journal</mark>Analytical Chemistry
Issue number26
Volume93
Number of pages8
Pages (from-to)9041-9048
Publication StatusPublished
Early online date24/06/21
<mark>Original language</mark>English

Abstract

Measurements of protein higher order structure (HOS) provide important information on stability, potency, efficacy, immunogenicity, and biosimilarity of biopharmaceuticals, with a significant number of techniques and methods available to perform these measurements. The comparison of the analytical performance of HOS methods and the standardization of the results is, however, not a trivial task, due to the lack of reference protocols and reference measurement procedures. Here, we developed a protocol to structurally alter and compare samples of somatropin, a recombinant biotherapeutic, and describe the results obtained by using a number of techniques, methods and in different laboratories. This, with the final aim to provide tools and generate a pool of data to compare and benchmark analytical platforms and define method sensitivity to structural changes. Changes in somatropin HOS, induced by the presence of zinc at increasing concentrations, were observed, both globally and at more localized resolution, across many of the methods utilized in this study and with different sensitivities, suggesting the suitability of the protocol to improve understanding of inter- and cross-platform measurement comparability and assess analytical performance as appropriate. © 2021 The Authors. Published by American Chemical Society.