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A Key Player in Your Tool Box for Medical Applications
Presented by Jean-François Focant, University of Liege
Tuesday, May 15th, 15:45-16:45 pm | Room 300
GC×GC-(HR)TOFMS has reached maturity and can now be used to solve routine complex separation science issues. This is particularly true for several medical applications that require non-targeted screening of biological markers of interest either for population screening or better understanding of specific biological pathways. However, this increase of analytical resolution comes with an increase of system and data complexity, creating a critical need for adequate method optimization and quality control (QC) protocols. Learn more at our seminar, where examples of the use of thermal desorption (TD) and solid-phase microextraction (SPME) GC×GC-(HR)TOFMS will be highlighted in the field of respiratory diseases.
COMPREHENSIVE NON-TARGET CHARACTERIZATION OF EXPOSOME SAMPLES USING GCXGC AND HIGH RESOLUTION MASS SPECTROMETRY
Lorne Fell | LECO Corporation, United States | Monday, May 14th, 12:40 pm | Le.17
A GCXGC-TOFMS METHOD FOR THE QUANTIFICATION OF 54 ALLERGENS IN FRAGRANCE MATERIALS
Sebastiano Pantò | LECO European Application and Technology Center, Germany
Monday, May 14th, 17:10 pm | KNLe.05
A DIRECT COMPARISON OF THERMAL MODULATION AND TWO MODES OF FLOW MODULATION FOR GCXGC
David J. Borton | LECO Corporation, United States | Tuesday, May 15th, 14:20 pm | Le.34
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