Applying Best in Class Size Exclusion and Hydrophilic Interaction Chromatography Technologies to the Analysis of Glycoproteins
Date: Thursday 16 April, 2015
Time: 8 am PDT / 11 am EDT / 4 pm GMT / 5 pm CET
Presenters: Brian Gau and Kevin Ray (both Sigma-Aldrich)
The first part of this webinar will introduce and elaborate on a fast size exclusion chromatography methodology for the high-throughput analysis of antibodies and related biotherapeutic proteins. The second part of this webinar will present a released glycan profiling methodology that utilizes HILIC-FLD-MS to deliver sensitive quantification and structural identification of glycans.
Multiple Fast and Easy Possibilities for Disinfection Control
Date: 23 April, 2015
Time: 9 am EST, 2 pm BST, 3 pm CEST
Presenter: Carolin Klein (Merck KgaA)
The presentation starts by outlining the advantages and disadvantages of different disinfectants such as chlorine, ozone, chlorine dioxide and cyanuric acid. It looks at which disinfectant is used where and why and which one is more efficient and why. After this overview the different possibilities for monitoring disinfection residues in water are presented. Attendees to the presentation will learn about fast and easy control with a test strip but also discover an easy photometric measurement of disinfection parameters with the new mobile colorimeter - Spectroquant® Move Cl2/O3/ClO2/CyA/pH.
Jet Stream Proteomics – Enabling Standard Flow Chromatography for Robust Discovery Proteomics
Presenters: Christopher Petzold (Lawrence Berkeley Lab, California, USA) and Christine Miller (Agilent Technologies, USA)
This webinar will discuss the details of Jet Stream proteomics for discovery workflows and how the robust nature of this approach impacts sample analysis.
A Day in the Life of a Food Contract Lab – Routine Metals Analysis in Food
Presenter: Carlos J. Sepúlveda Ibarra (Agrolab México)
In this webinar the typical steps to obtaining precise and accurate quantitative metals analysis in a variety of food matrices by ICP-MS are explained. Total metals analysis including sample preparation, instrumental analysis and QA/QC reporting as well as final results will be discussed.
The Analysis of Pharmaceuticals in Groundwater, Surface Water, and Drinking-Water Supplies by Liquid Chromatography/Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry
Presenter: Imma Ferrer (Center for Environmental Mass Spectrometry, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA)
This webinar explains how a combination of solid-phase extraction and liquid chromatography/triple quadrupole mass spectrometry can be used to identify 20 commonly prescribed pharmaceuticals and 8 hormones that may occur in source waters for drinking water supplies.
Smelling Shelf Life – Profiling Volatile Organic Compounds
Presenters: Carston Muller (Markes International)
The webinar presents the latest findings of VOC profiling of fresh produce as part of the EU project QUAFETY. It specifically will cover issues of VOC sampling of perishable samples, subsequent analysis on TD-GC-MS-TOF system and following data processing and evaluation of VOC profiles.
Software Solutions Enabling Open Access Workflows
Presenters: Michael Jones (Waters Corporation) and Dr Mark Bayliss (Virscidian, Inc.)
This webinar will discuss Waters Openlynx Open Access Solutions and new workflows designed to streamline the implementation of supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC) technologies focused on supporting Medicinal Chemistry and Synthetic Chemistry laboratories.
Efficient High Through-put UHPLC-HRMS Based Screening and Quantification of Veterinary Drugs
Presenter: Anton Kaufmann (Official Food Control Authority, Canton of Zurich, Switzerland)
The use of veterinary drugs is an integral part of the process of raising food producing animals. However, it is important to monitor residues from some of these drugs as they may cause detrimental health effects to humans.