Merck Millipore to Highlight LC-MS Capabilities at ASMS
News May 13, 2013
Merck Millipore offers a comprehensive portfolio of reliable and reproducible LC-MS separation tools even for the most challenging analysis problems in research and development, quality control, environmental, clinical and biochemical analysis.
Merck Millipore will host a breakfast seminar on HILIC and analytical chromatography. Presentations include a discussion on how separation selectivity differs between HILIC columns; models will be shown to explain how to select columns. The session will also cover strategies to optimize HILIC separations of polar hydrophilic compounds and highlight application examples in metabolomics, proteomics, genomics, pharmaceuticals and food and beverage analysis.
Tuesday, June 11, 2013 7:00 AM, Room 200H:
Analytical Chromatography and HILIC at Merck Millipore
Mr. Dave Lentz, Sr. Chromatography Specialist
Column Selectivity in Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography (HILIC)
Dr. Tobias Jonsson, Product Manager SeQuant®
Mastering Separations of Polar Compounds
Dr. Wen Jiang, R&D Manager
Merck Millipore posters at ASMS:
June 10, 2013
LC-MS Separation Tuning for Polar Hydrophilic Metabolites on Complementary Zwitterionic HILIC Columns; Location: 086
Separation Efficiency and Selectivity of Ultra Performance Columns for Hydrophilic Interaction Liquid Chromatography (HILIC); Location: 087
June 12, 2013
Use of a 2 μm Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography Column and High Resolution MS in the Clinical Laboratory; Location: 103
LC-MS Analysis of Food and Food Additives with Monolithic Silica Columns; Location: 335
To RSVP for the breakfast seminar or to schedule a meeting with the Merck Millipore team, please contact:
Marissa Mullane, Marissa.Mullane@fkhealth.com
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