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Hands-on LC-MS for Metabolic Profiling Training Course

07 Oct 2013 - 11 Oct 2013 - Imperial College, London, UK



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This week long course covers how to perform a metabolic profiling experiment, including:

  • Study design, sample preparation, the use of mass spectrometry for global profiling and targeted methodologies and data analysis.
  • Instrument set up, method development and acquisition through global profiling and targeted analyses of biofluids, using the newest QToF and TQ instrumentation.
  • Data analysis workshops allowing attendees to process data acquired, in order to develop interpretation skills.
  • Application lectures, problem solving, tips, tricks and troubleshooting.

Please see attached details for schedule and registration fees. Online booking is available at: http://www5.imperial.ac.uk/medicine/coursebookings/lcms_1013.html

Please visit our website at http://www1.imperial.ac.uk/iiptc/  or contact Dr Elizabeth Want on 0207 594 3023 (iptc@imperial.ac.uk) for further information. 



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