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Mass Spec 2013

06 Mar 2013 - 07 Mar 2013 - Singapore



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Mass Spectrometry 2013 is a world-class international conference and exhibition, covering fundamentals, best practice and applications in mass spectrometry and mass spectrometry coupled techniques. Taking place 6-7 March, 2013 at the state-of-the-art Biopolis, Singapore, this educational event offers you the chance to learn from some of the world's top experts in the use of mass spectrometry in a format that offers solutions to routine analytical challenges across industry sectors.

What Does it Cover
The two-day programme has been developed to cover the basics, method development, best practice and analysis of results vital to efficient and robust MS use. Presentations include:

  • LC for LC-MS: Exploiting the Power of Scouting Gradients
  • LC for LC-MS: Considerations When Designing an HPLC Method for Use with LC-MS
  • Hyphenating GC-MS: the GC Perspective
  • Hyphenating GC-MS: the MS Perspective
  • Fundamentals of the Electrospray Process
  • Choosing Interface and Mass Spectrometer Settings for LC-MS
  • Operational Description of an APCI LC-MS Interface
  • Ion Suppression and Other Performance Problems in Electrospray
  • Using MS to Identify Unknowns and Known Unknowns Using Databases and Third Party Mass Spectral Software
  • Applications of IMS TOF in Drug Discovery
  • Fundamentals and Applications of FT ICR Mass Spectrometry
  • Mass Spectrometry Imaging and In situ Ambient MS
  • Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry
  • Imaging Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis
  • Recent Advances and Applications in DART Techniques
  • Exploiting High Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Macromolecule and Biomolecule Analysis
  • Mass Spectrometry for Biopolymer/BioPharmaceutical Characterization
  • Protein and Carbohydrate Sequencing using Mass Spectrometry



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