SCIEX holds LC-MS/MS symposium in Berlin

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  • Published: Apr 29, 2015
  • Author: Jon Evans
  • Source: SCIEX
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SCIEX held its sixth Berliner LC-MS/MS Symposium in Germany on 14 April, bringing together more than 600 experts to discuss the latest techniques across pharma, omics, clinical, environmental, water, food and forensics applications. This year’s event featured renowned international speakers covering five parallel themes, and was supported by an exhibition from a range of local and global life science companies.

Topics included new developments and capabilities in lipidomics and proteomics applications, and drug discovery and biomarker quantitation using advanced technologies such as the SCIEX TripleTOF 6600 System and SelexION Ion Mobility Technology.

One of the lecture series focused exclusively on food analysis, due to the growing interest in this topic, and was chaired by Hans-Ulrich Humpf from the University of Münster. ‘LC-MS/MS technologies have become indispensable to life science analysis, we are seeing a number of novel mass spectrometry-based methods emerging for reliable and sensitive authentication of meat and other foods,' said Humpf.

‘We appreciate the great engagement of our speakers and their passion and knowledge to share insights with the Berliner Symposium participants,’ said Marco Eijsackers, VP sales & customer support and GM EMEAI, SCIEX. ‘The continued success of our Berliner Symposium is a reflection of the strong collaborations we have built with our customers and our continued efforts to enable advances in mass spectrometry innovations that have real impact on people’s lives.’

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