Peptide identification rates and protein sequence coverage have historically advanced in line with improvements to the detection limits and spectral acquisition rate of the mass spectrometer. This webinar will demonstrate the advantages of using a novel Orbitrap mass spectrometer to dramatically improve spectral acquisition rates through massive parallelization of the acquisition process to enhance proteome coverage and general experimental throughput.Read More
Quantitative proteomics studies are challenging as high sensitivity and a high degree of selectivity are required to analyze large peptide sets in one single experiment. Dr. Bruno Domon discusses the principle of quantification using high-resolution/accurate mass in the context of proteomics experiments.Read More
Apr 15, 2014
Safer prescribing of medications could be possible thanks to a better approach for designing medication alerts that are presented in electronic medical records. The new approach, described online in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association also increased efficiency and reduced workload for health care providers.
Apr 14, 2014
The suitabilities as fuels of blends of bamboo biomass with low-rank high-sulfur coal were assessed by thermogravimetric analysis supported by chemometric analysis, correlation and principal component analysis.
Apr 14, 2014
Four proteins found in the serum of dogs with breast cancer have been reported to produce an autoantibody response on human breast cancer, strengthening the case for using the canine breast cancer as a model for the human form.View All Ezines
Paola Dugo and Peter Q. Tranchida discuss food analysis in general, as well as the modern techniques needed to overcome the current-day analytical challenges.
A must for fluorescence users or students of molecular spectroscopy!
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Professor Mario Thevis discusses the fundamentals of sports drug testing. A selection of compounds, new challenges, and methods currently employed in doping control laboratories are discussed.View All Education Articles
David Baldwin, John Birkett, Owen Facey, Gilleon Rabey
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David A. Cremers, Leon J. Radziemski
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Apr 2, 2014
Scientists in the US have examined the massive protein shells that hold virus DNA, known as procapsids, using charge detection mass spectrometry to identify entities more than 23 megaDaltons in size.
Date: Mar 10, 2014
Eileen Skelly Frame from Instrument News talks with Edna Betgovarges from AB SCIEX, about their CESI 8000 High Performance Separation-ESI Module which won this year's Pittcon Editors' Award Bronze Medal.