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Platform Agnostic Data Processing Routine for Targeted and Untargeted Metabolite Identification in Drug Discovery
Richard Lee,1 Vitaly Lashin,2 Andrey Paramonov,2 Alexandr Sakharov,2 Alexey Aminov2

A discussion of a new informatics solution that addresses common challenges in metabolite identification and characterization--from LC/MS data processing and metabolites prediction to reporting and databasing of assembled biotransformation knowledge.

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A Novel Set of Serum-Free, Xeno-Free Differentiation Media for Adipogenesis, Osteogenesis and Chondrogenesis of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells from Various Tissue Sources
Mira Genser-Nir, Sharon Daniliuc, Marina Tevrovsky, Roni Hazan Brill, Yuliya-Yael Miropolski, David Fiorentini.

An overview of a novel SF, XF differentiation system which enables achieving defined conditions for rapid generation of differentiated hMSCs towards tissue engineering and drug screening applications.

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Molecular Abnormalities in Schizophrenia: Neurotransmission, Oxidative Stress, and Apoptosis
Elizabeth J. Want,1 Hendrik Wesseling, 2 Elaine Holmes, 1 and Sabine Bahn 2

A multi-platform approach was employed to analyse distinct brain regions implicated in schizophrenia.

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Accurate Mass Spectral Database: Harnessing the Power of High Performance Mass Spectrometry at Long Last
Lorne Fell, Viatcheslav Artaev, Kevin McNitt, Steve Robles, Albert Lebedev

Standard mixtures comprising of alkanes, PAHs, semivolatiles, and pesticides were analyzed using a high resolution time-of-flight (HRTOF) mass spectrometer—Pegasus GC-HRT (LECO Corporation, Saint Joseph,MI)—at 10 spectra-per-second (m/z40–300) in high resolution mode (25,000 at FWHH). The resulting chromatographic peaks were automatically found, deconvoluted, and curated into an Accurate Mass Library (AML).

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Super-resolution single molecule localization microscopy of the exocytotic machinery underlying insulin secretion.
Deirdre M. Kavanagh, Alison Dun, Rory R. Duncan, and Colin Rickman.

Single molecule imaging of the tSNARE proteins involved in insulin secretion.

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Automated Sample Preparation of Whole Blood for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Diagnostics by LC-MS using a Commercial Autosampler
Christian Berchtold1, Irene Wegner1,Timm Hettich1, Reto Bolliger2, Guenter Boehm2, Goetz Schlotterbeck1

In this poster the parameters necessary to automatically prepare whole blood samples for online LC-MS applications in the field of diagnostics and TDM have been investigated. A strategy and the most important parameters are shown for the optimization of a PAL RTC autosampler
for the preparation of whole blood samples.

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Development and Application of Quantitative Immunoassays for Major Milk Allergens Bos d 5 (β-lactoglobulin) and Bos d 11 (β-casein)
1Ross A. R. Yarham, 1Anna Kuklinska-Pijanka MSc, 1David Gillick, 1Elizabeth Young, 2Karine Adel Patient PhD, 2Hervé Bernard PhD, 1Martin D. Chapman PhD, 1James P. Hindley PhD

In this study, we sought to develop accurate, sensitive and reliable assays that would enable quantification of multiple milk allergens.

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Diagnosing Coral disease with Metabolomic Markers
Michael Ochsenkuehn

Application of untargeted metabolomics for the identification of disease markers in corals

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Quantitative Cell-Based Bioassays for Individual and Combination Immune Checkpoint Immunotherapy Targets
Zhi-jie Jey Cheng, Jamison Grailer, Pete Stecha, Jun Wang, Jim Hartnett, Frank Fan, and Mei Cong

Immune checkpoint receptors are promising new immunotherapy
targets for the treatment of a variety of diseases including cancer and
autoimmune-mediated disorders. We developed a suite of cell-based
bioluminescent reporter bioassays for individual and combination
immune checkpoint immunotherapy targets including: PD-1 (PD-L1 or PD-L2), CTLA-4, LAG-3, TIGIT, PD-1+TIGIT, GITR, 4-1BB, CD40, and OX40.

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A Novel Set of Serum-Free, Xeno-Free Differentiation Media for Adipogenesis, Osteogenesis and Chondrogenesis of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells from Various Tissue Sources
Mira Genser-Nir, Sharon Daniliuc, Marina Tevrovsky, Roni Hazan Brill, Yuliya-Yael Miropolski, David Fiorentini.

An overview of a novel SF, XF differentiation system which enables achieving defined conditions for rapid generation of differentiated hMSCs towards tissue engineering and drug screening applications

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