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Featured Educational Resources
Smarter Sample Prep: Moving your Workflow from Manual Processing to Automation
Dr Dan Menasco (Biotage AB)
This webinar discusses the systems and software available to address various levels of sample complexity and the transitional elements one must consider to strategically move into automating sample prep.
One Size Does Not Fit All: Considerations for Minimizing Matrix Effect and Maximizing Recovery for Clinical Panels Large and Small
Dr Lee Williams (Biotage GB Limited)
This webinar discusses typical clinical matrices such as whole blood, plasma, serum, urine and oral fluid with specific emphasis on a variety of endogenous components. Matrix complexity will be illustrated and related to a variety of clinical assays, demonstrating potential impact on method robustness.
Opioids: Choosing the Best Solution for your Laboratory
Jillian Neifeld (Applications Chemist, Biotage)
This webinar provides sample preparation solutions for synthetic opioids analysis in forensic laboratories. We discuss the opioid epidemic, extraction techniques to include supported liquid extraction and solid phase extraction, matrices that can be analysed with these techniques, as well as results obtained from the various extraction types.
New Perspectives and Technology in Pyrolysis GC-MS for Forensic and Polymer Analysis: How Smart-Ramped Pyrolysis Leads to Improved Data
Kurt Thaxton (GERSTEL International Product Manager, Pyrolysis and Thermal Desorption)
This introductory webinar will describe the hardware advances in pyrolysis-GC-MS in more detail and provides examples of improvement in data quality, using samples drawn from forensic and polymer application areas.
Advances in Forensics & Toxicology eSeminar
Tania A. Sasaki, Alex J. Krotulski, Rafael Venson, Fred Foster, Alberto Salomone & Timothy Fassette
This on-demand eSeminar sponsored by GERSTEL, SCIEX and UCT, covers topics such as drug testing of urine, pharmaceutical and drugs of abuse monitoring, designer drug detection, sample preparation techniques for opioids, and QuEChERS in DUI testing.
High Resolution Orbitrap MS for Detecting New Psychoactive Drugs, A User’s Perspective
Marta Concheiro (Assistant Professor of Forensic Toxicology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York)
In this webinar you will learn about two analytical methods for the determination of new psychoactive stimulants in urine by liquid chromatography–high resolution mass spectrometry with Orbitrap technology.
Detección de las Nuevas Sustancias Psicoactivas mediante el espectrómetro de masas de alta resolución Orbitrap MS, perspectiva del usuario
Marta Concheiro (Profesora Asistente de Toxicología Forense, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University de Nueva York)
En este seminario web aprenderá en el español sobre dos métodos analíticos para la determinación de nuevos estimulantes psicoactivos utilizando cromatografía liquida acoplada a espectrometría de masas de alta resolución con tecnología de Orbitrap™ MS.
The power of CE-MS: Charge Heterogeneity Analysis
Esme Candish (SCIEX)
Integrating CE and electrospray ionization (ESI) into one dynamic process, within the same device (CESI), simplifies coupling CE with MS. CESI-MS can be employed to characterize differences in the charge and glycosylation profiles of mAbs from different manufacturers. Learn the value of CESI-MS to the characterization of mAbs, and how the technique can characterize differences in charge and glycosylation profiles.
Introduction to CE Online Learning
Self-paced Online training
Analytical Training Solutions
Each course on Analytical Training Solutions has been divided into a number of modules, with each module focusing on one particular aspect of the overall course. The modules have been created in a logical manner, and by starting with the first module and working through them in the order provided creates the best learning environment for the user. In addition, as each course is divided into modules it is then very simple to find a particular section again in the future; for example, if you want a recap on a particular subject.