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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.

The power of CE-MS: Charge Heterogeneity Analysis

On-Demand Webinar

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 and CE Method Development training

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.

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