On Friday, October 22, LECO hosted three GC-TOFMS experts for a spooky mass spectrometry symposium. Shari Forbes spoke about death and decomposition, Albert Lebedev gave a talk on mummies, and Jane Hill started the day with a look into diseases and a new method of diagnosing them.
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Topics: Separation Science Mass Spectrometry, Separation Science, Mass Spectrometry, Pegasus 4D, GCxGC, Metabolomics
Sustainability is on everybody’s mind these days. Companies want to create products that are better for the environment and consume fewer resources. Unilever is no exception. This forward-thinking flavor company has recently been pushing to develop new and delicious plant-based protein substitutes that are more sustainable than meat-based protein but no less healthy (or, preferably, even more healthy!). However, as Unilever scientists Hans-Gerd Janssen and Ed Rosing explain, nature made a pretty delicious protein in the form of meat, with a very distinct flavor and mouth-feel. Creating a substitute isn’t easy.
Topics: ChromaTOF, Separation Science Mass Spectrometry, Separation Science, Pegasus BT, Mass Spectrometry, Pegasus GC-HRT 4D, Pegasus 4D, ChromaTOF Tile, High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
LECO has released a revolutionary new data analysis software for GCxGC data: ChromaTOF Tile. This software provides an industry-first data comparison tool that identifies statistically significant differences between classes of samples, reducing days-to- weeks of work down to hours, or even minutes. Based on Dr. Robert Synovec’s tile-based Fisher ratio analysis, ChromaTOF Tile partitions the data into a set of regions (tiles) and compares regionalized data. This allows it to disregard normal variances of alignment shifts to focus on where the actual differences are, so users can stop looking at their data and start actually using it.
Topics: ChromaTOF, Separation Science Mass Spectrometry, Separation Science, Pegasus BT 4D, Mass Spectrometry, Pegasus GC-HRT 4D, Pegasus 4D, GCxGC