Adjunt Professor - ETH Zürich
Nicola Zamboni is an Adjunct Professor at ETH Zurich, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology. He earned his PhD in metabolic engineering at ETH Zurich (2003), and did a postdoctoral at the Genome Technology Center, Stanford University. In 2005 he back to Zurich to establish a lab dedicated to investigating metabolic function and regulation. The lab pursues a data-driven approach that builds on mass spectrometry, e.g. metabolomics and tracer studies with isotopes. Measurements are enriched with a multitude of computational developments for data analysis, integration, and interpretation.
In-Depth Analysis of Lipids by Electron Activated Dissociation
In this webinar, we demonstrate how the ZenoTOF 7600 system can be used in a workflow for the routine analysis of lipids that enables the resolution of sn-isomerism and double bond positions from high-throughput EAD mass spectrometry data.