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Metabolomics Symposium Scheduled for November 4 in Dallas

Published: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, October 22, 2013
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Event is sponsored by LECO, AB SCIEX, GERSTEL and UT Southwestern Medical Center.

On Monday, November 4, leading metabolomics researchers will gather for a metabolomics symposium at the University of Texas (UT) Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. 

The seminar will include a full day of presentations and discussions covering real-world approaches to unlocking the metabolome, including: 

• Kinetics of Post-Squalene Cholesterol Synthesis, presented by Dr. Matthew Mitsche of UT Southwestern Medical Center 

• High Resolution GC-MS for Metabolomics Applications, presented by Dr. Vladimir V. Tolstikov of Lilly Research Laboratories 

• MS/MSALL – A Comprehensive Approach to Seeing All Your Lipids, presented by Dr. Jeff McDonald of UT Southwestern Medical Center 

• SWATH™ Acquisition: Accelerating Quantitative Metabolomics, presented by Dr. Jeremiah Tipton of AB SCIEX 

Lunch will be provided to attendees. Pre-registration is required for this free event, and space is limited. See below for more information and to reserve your space. 


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