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29th LC/MS Montreux Symposium

07 Nov 2012 - 09 Nov 2012 - Montreux, Switzerland

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Short Courses: November 5-6, 2012

Special highlights on Metabolomics and Clinical Chemistry
Call for abstracts: closing date oral presentations: June 15, 2012
Registration is opened.

The field of LC/MS is continuously growing as is reflected by the participation of over 30 nationalities and by scientific contributions from a variety of research and development domains such as pharmaceutical, biotechnological, food, environmental and research on novel instrumentation and new LC/MS fields such as nanotechnology and microfluidics, UPLC, low flow rate spray techniques, proteomics and systems biology.
In collaboration with the Metabolomics Society, a special joint parallel program for this rapidly emerging field is organized addressing the technology as well as novel systems-based biology approaches in pharma, nutrition, clinical chemistry, plant sciences and medical biology.
A parallel program is organized together with various Clinical Chemistry societies focusing on current and future LC/MS options in clinical diagnosis. Accreditation by related societies for the program as well as the short course has been applied for.

The conference is organized in collaboration with the Metabolomics Society

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