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ITP 2012—19th International Symposium, Exhibit & Workshops on Electro- and Liquid Phase-separation Techniques

30 Sep 2012 - 03 Oct 2012 - Baltimore, MD, USA

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The dynamic program will again highlight a wide range of technologies that utilize electro- and liquid phase-separations, e.g., capillary and microchip electrophoresis, electrokinetic chromatography and electrochromatography, two-dimensional electrophoresis, HPLC, UHPLC, Micro- and Nanoscale HPLC.

Many of the biggest names in the world will deliver cutting edge presentations to help identify solutions to practical problems in microfluidics, DNA sequencing and separation, multidimensional separation approaches and hyphenation to detection methods including mass spectrometry coupling (e.g., CE-, CEC- and LC-MS), as well as the various omics areas including proteomics, glycomics, genomics, metabolomics, foodomics, etc., and other applications such as biotechnology, biopharmaceutics, bioanalysis, ion analysis, chiral analysis, enantioseparations, environmental, food, forensic and clinical.

The three-day program is structured with parallel sessions packed with 100+ lecture presentations comprising plenary, keynote and contributed talks, prominently featured poster sessions, vendor workshops, courses and an exposition. Sessions will include proteomics, glycomics, various “omics”, genetic analysis, DNA sequencing and separation, miniaturization and microfluidics, bioanalysis, biotechnology, (bio)pharmaceutical analysis, applications, multidimensional separation approaches, hyphenated techniques, mass spectrometry as technology and its use in various omics, novel instrumentation, sample treatment, and more.

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