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Clinical Applications of Selected Reaction Monitoring-Based Mass Spectrometry Assays

Date: Mar 30, 2011 - 15:00

In this interactive webinar, a multiplexed SRM-based assay to verify biomarkers for differential diagnosis of azoospermia is discussed, highlighting its ability to simultaneously quantify 30 proteins using MS. Also presented is an assay utilizing immuno-enrichment to extract prostate-specific antigen from complex mixtures, allowing quantification in the low ng/mL range. Finally, the results of a study assessing the transferability and reproducibility of SRM assays between clinical research laboratories...

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High-Performance LC-Based "Well-Characterized Biologics"

Date: Mar 9, 2011 - 15:00

Different LC-based techniques are applied to characterise biotherapeutics, or to prove protein identity, in order to fulfill complex regulatory requirements. The presenters of this webinar discuss the limitations of LC techniques when characterizing New Biological Entities or 'NBEs'. They also describe why UHPLC on the 1260 bio-inert LC instrument, in combination with small particle columns technology, is an efficient approach to increase productivity and resolution: not only for small molecules, but also...

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QuEChERS 101: The Basics and Beyond

Date: Nov 17, 2010 - 15:00

The presenters discuss in detail the QuEChERS extraction procedure from the point of product arrival through extraction, dispersive SPE and on to analysis. Factors that affect recovery and increase throughput are presented in addition to future applications for QuEChERS, reaching far beyond pesticides in food products. New users will gain a basic understanding of the QuEChERS method and its benefits; experienced users will learn about new advances and optimization of the QuEChERS methodology.

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Increased Selectivity, Analytical Precision, and Throughput in Targeted Proteomics

Date: Oct 12, 2010 - 15:00

Professor Bruno Domon, along with collaborators at Thermo Fisher Scientific, have developed a new data acquisition paradigm, called intelligent Selected Reaction Monitoring (iSRM), in which data acquisition is optimized and SRM is performed to simultaneously quantify and confirm the identity of the targeted peptides. In this presentation, Professor Domon will describe the concept of iSRM and the workflow associated with it.

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Proteomics Delivers on its Promise: Using Innovative Mass Spectrometry to Pave the Way for Multi-protein Biomarker Verification

Date: Jun 15, 2010 - 15:00

The primary goal of this presentation is to highlight a workflow for the integration of unbiased biomarker discovery with hypothesis-driven, targeted assay development in a seamless manner.

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Monitoring PPCPs: What's in your water?

Date: Jun 8, 2010 - 15:00

PPCPs have recently become a popular topic of interest both within the water safety industry and in the general public. To date, little is known about the true fate of PPCPs in the environment and how they affect both human and aquatic species.

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LC-MS Analysis in Forensic Drugs-of-Abuse and Pain Management Testing: Improve Confidence, Sample Throughput, and Reliability

Date: May 11, 2010 - 15:00

This webinar will discuss the benefits and shortcomings of current LC-MS analytical methodologies for forensic drugs-of-abuse and pain management testing. The latest technological advancements in liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry will be presented highlighting improvements in productivity utilizing automated online sample preparation technology, multiplexing, tandem MS, and ultrahigh resolution accurate mass MS systems.

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Limits of sensitivity - What you look for is what you'll find! The power of a full scan HR Qual/Quant mass spectrometer

Date: Apr 20, 2010 - 15:00

In clinical research the metabolites help in confirming presence of drugs. The seminar discusses the specific needs of this research area, current methodologies, and their limitations and benefits. The webinar showcases the power and ease of ultrahigh resolution LC/MS system in confirming and quantitating immunosuppressant drug metabolites in biological matrices for clinical research applications.

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GC/MS/MS: Five Reasons to Upgrade from GC/MS

Date: Feb 24, 2010 - 15:00

Please join us to learn the technical and practical benefits of GC/MS/MS. You might realize that there are more than five reasons to adopt the power of quadrupole MS/MS.

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