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Speed and Cost of Ownership

This webinar will provide insight into the latest advances in sample handling and software developments that boost productivity and lower cost per sample to stay afloat in the competitive arena of routine sample analysis. Our speakers will present new tools and software features and discuss how these technologies can maximize return on investment in your lab.

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Beyond Basic DIA - New Workflows using Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry for Large Scale Quantitation

In this webinar, we will cover building high performance methods, generating a high quality spectral library and using it to reveal important expression changes in your pathway of interest, and even how to go back in time and use a DIA file’s record observable proteome to retrospectively interrogate data for new target peptides and proteins.

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Polymers found in seabirds’ stomachs: Comprehensive analysis applying FTIR and EDX technology

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While polymers contribute to the convenience of modern life, they also threaten the environment and life, particularly in oceans, as plastic waste. Polymers decompose very slowly. Through physical impact they reduce in size and degrade into fragments of oxidized polymers. The effect of maritime animals or birds picking up polymer fragments of all sizes is well recognized all over the world. Especially fish are victims of human waste, but also seabirds, such as fulmars which carry plastic waste in their...

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 An international team has developed a new microscopy technique that allows them to visualize liquids at the nanoscale level - about 10 times greater resolution than possible with conventional transmission electron microscopy. The technique might greatly improve our understanding of the properties of liquids and liquid interfaces.

An X-ray study has allowed European scientists to get an insider view of the fossilised skeletons of some our oldest vertebrate ancestors. Their findings might solve a 160-year-old mystery about how skeletons evolved in the first place.

An overview is presented of existing de novo peptide sequencing algorithms and software tools ranging from peptide sequencing to sequence‐to‐protein mapping, highlighting limitations of current methods and discussing new directions for a wider acceptance of de novo sequencing in the community.

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In this free chapter from "Protein Microarray Technology" Dev Kambhampati focuses on the driving forces that are causing a revolution in the field of protein biomolecular interactions and the corresponding microarray screening tools that are used for extracting their expression behavior.

This free chapter from "Multi-way Analysis: Applications in the Chemical Sciences" discusses multi-way analysis, including what is multi-way analysis; conceptual aspects of multi-way data analysisl hierarchy of multivariate data structures in chemistry; and principal component analysis and PARAFAC.

In this free chapter from "Chemometrics: Data Analysis for the Laboratory and Chemical Plant" Richard Brereton outlines why analytical scientists confronted with mountains of data should be interested in chemometrics.

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Biomedical Chromatography is devoted to the publication of original papers on the applications of chromatography and allied techniques in the biological and medical sciences. Research papers and review articles cover the methods and techniques relevant to the separation, identification and determination of substances in biochemistry, biotechnology, molecular biology, cell biology, clinical chemistry, pharmacology and related disciplines. These include the analysis of body fluids, cells and tissues,...

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