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SCIEX develops new LC-MS/MS method for milk screening

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In response to a food scare in New Zealand, SCIEX is actively developing a new LC-MS/MS method for screening the pesticide monofluoroacetic acid, also known as 1080, in milk and infant formula.

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New Thought Leader for Agilent

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Agilent Technologies has presented its latest Thought Leader Award to Jules Griffin in the Department of Biochemistry at Cambridge University, UK.

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Raman spectroscopy distinguishes cancer cell lines

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Raman spectroscopy has been used to distinguish between two breast cancer cell lines and a normal breast cell line, a development which could be used in vivo and in vitro.

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Waters to hold UK polymer characterisation day

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Waters is hosting a New Solutions for Polymer Characterisation Day at its office in Wilmslow, UK, on 4 June 2015.

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Waters introduces testing portal for environmental labs

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ERA, the reference materials subsidiary of Waters, has introduced the new eDATA 2.0 Proficiency Testing portal for environmental laboratories.

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BIOCAPS project targets TB

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The four-year BIOCAPS project set up by the EU in 2013 is making progress on several fronts, including a new vaccine for tuberculosis

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SCIEX holds LC-MS/MS symposium in Berlin

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SCIEX held its sixth Berliner LC-MS/MS Symposium in Germany on 14 April to discuss the latest techniques across pharma, omics, clinical, environmental, water, food and forensics applications.

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Graphene oxide structure affects mass spectra of small molecules

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The laser desorption/ionisation mass spectra of small molecules like amino acids and sugars are influenced by the type of graphene oxide used as the substrate.

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Monitoring liver metabolites to correct medical radiation malpractice

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The effects of radiation damage on healthy liver tissue during treatment for cancer are highlighted by changes in the levels of small molecules, which indicate the length of time since treatment.

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Organic eggs might not be all that they seem

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Free-range eggs produced on organic farms might not be free of contaminants. This follows the revelation that dioxins from building materials in a stable found their way into the eggs on a German farm, prompting fears that this is being repeated around the world.

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