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Behind the Science, ep. 12: My Samples Are Too Dirty For MS

Video   Sep 19, 2016

 

Today our host Jen Fournier is in the lab with the dirtiest, grimiest samples. She knows if she tries to run them on LC-MS as-is, she’d degrade the column, get low sensitivity … and have to clean the mass spectrometer. Is there a better way to start with clean samples?


 
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