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Oct 31, 2021 - Nov 04, 2021
ASMS 2021 - Shaping the future of LC-MS for health and safety research and testing

Our scientific experts and collaboration partners truly enjoyed connecting and collaborating with our customers this year at ASMS. We have On-demand videos available for our technical workshops as well as copies of our oral and poster presentations available for your viewing convenience. You can also learn more about the latest products introduced at the conference.

Interested in finding our more about our solutions? Please let us know and we’ll put you in touch with one of our experts.


Technical workshops available on-demand

View both our breakfast and dinner workshops from ASMS at your leisure.

Monday, November 1

See how the newest version of Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer software redefines proteomics data analysis by leveraging artificial intelligence for deeper mining of proteomics data. This innovative approach substantially increases the identification rate and the number of unique peptide identifications, improves protein coverage and quantitation capabilities, facilitates more efficient data acquisition schemes, and enables scientists to generate more biological insights from their existing and newly acquired data.

Speakers:
David Horn, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Martin Frejno, Co-founder and CEO, MSAID GmbH

Tuesday, November 2

In this workshop, our expert speakers will lay out strategies that combine next generation technologies in mass spectrometry hardware and software innovations to achieve increased confidence for small-molecule unknown analysis using a Thermo Scientific Orbitrap IQ-X Tribrid mass spectrometers. Hear from expert users on the identification of botanical plant extracts, which present unique analytical challenges due to the abundance of isomers and analogues. Full characterization of botanical extracts is often required to determine authenticity and identify suspected toxicants. Learn about how the application of Real-Time Library Searching greatly increases efficiency and maximizes the likelihood that each scan provides vital, relevant information. This strategy decreases the need for additional runs and sample re-preparation, which is particularly valuable when sample and time are limited. This example highlights a broad method capable of increasing confidence using intelligent data acquisition to capture more low-abundance analytes for structure elucidation and on-the-fly identification of small molecules.

Speakers:
Brandon Bills, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Vincent Sica, Senior Scientist, Procter & Gamble

Wednesday, November 3

The multi-attribute method (MAM) offers the potential to reduce the number of ‘traditional’ lot release assays and accelerate the rate of bringing high quality biotherapeutics to market. However, the implementation of MAM is hindered by the lack of comprehensive and fit-for-purpose solutions. Join us to learn a holistic, compliance-ready MAM platform that enables deployment of MAM across all stages of biotherapeutics development and manufacturing with seamless knowledge sharing at global scale.

Speakers:
Yi Zhang, Ph.D, Vertical Marketing Manager, Pharma & BioPharma, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Hao Yang, Ph.D, Senior Product Applications Specialist, Pharma & BioPharma, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thursday, November 4

Excel in productivity using Thermo Scientific TSQ Plus mass spectrometers

Rapidly changing regulatory and clinical research requirements demand adaptive targeted quantitative workflow solutions to maintain productivity. The innovative hardware and software advancements incorporated into the TSQ Plus mass spectrometers are ideally suited to address throughput, sensitivity, and robustness while simplifying the operation. This workshop will demonstrate how the new features combine with the existing platform enabling users to excel in quantitative productivity in a range of market applications.

Detection of Intra-Articular Corticosteroids

The financial impact of equine lameness is a significant influencer for determining the use of clinical medication choices in horse racing. The equine regulatory environment requires strict control for the use of potent anti-inflammatory medications.  The University of Kentucky – Equine Analytical Chemistry Laboratory has selected the Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Altis Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer to detect this group of compounds at very low concentrations in biological matrices. Using this platform, we can detect the analytical drug targets, with the validated confirmatory analyses. This provides a state-of-the-art multi-functional instrument for anti-doping control.

Speakers:
Neloni Wijeratne, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Abigail Burrows, Ph.D, Post-Doctoral Scholar, University of Kentucky-Gluck Equine Research Center

Monday, November 1

Innovation and new developments in proteomics continue to occur in 2021, despite challenges of the pandemic. This dinner session provides an opportunity to meet with your peers and to exchange information on proteomics applications, methods and technologies including high throughput single cell proteomics, new advances in low flow separations, and new strategies for plasma proteomics. We will showcase new innovations with short presentations, followed by discussions where you have the opportunity to meet and discuss topics with proteomics leaders from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Speakers:
Andreas Huhmer, Sr. Director of Life Science Research OMICS Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Daniel Lopez-Ferrer, Director of Marketing for Proteomics and Translational Research, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Oleksandr Boychenko,  HPLC Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Jeff Op de Beeck, Principal Scientist, Pharmafluidics
Ryan Kelly, Assistant Professor, BYU
Chris Rose, Principal Scientist, Genentech
Lukas Reiter, Chief Technology Officer, Biognosys


Tuesday, November 2

Accurate and rapid performance of medical diagnostic tests is desired for enhanced clinical decision making and to improve human health. The integration of differentiated front-end solutions that include sample tracking, sample handling, online sample preparation and extraction through to LC-MS/MS detection is a great advancement for clinical research and toxicology laboratories. From single use-devices to real-time detection of trace-level detection of emerging contaminants, presenters today will discuss how various sample analysis tools are enhancing the utility of MS for the clinical laboratory.

Speakers:
William Clarke, Ph.D, MBA, DABCC, Professor of Pathology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Nicholas Manicke, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis


Wednesday, November 3

With many new biotherapeutic modalities progressing from discovery to development to commercialization, more advanced, innovative and robust analytical solutions are needed to fully characterize these novel molecules. Please join this workshop and explore how Thermo Scientific Orbitrap HRAM MS platforms in combination with automated sample preparation, advanced UHPLC separation and unique software workflows can be utilized to characterize and accelerate the development of the next generation biotherapeutic modalities such as synthetic oligonucleotides, mRNA vaccines and gene therapies.

Speakers:
Luca Fornelli, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma
Keeley Murphy, Software Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Posters


No records were found matching your criteria

TypeTitle
Show Guide ASMS 2021 Guide
Food safety Fast analysis of multi-class pesticides panel in garlic and cumin extracts using a Single Run LC-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Technology hardware Concepts for Elongated Spiral and Helical Ion Guides
Environmental testing A consolidated approach for routine analysis of soil contaminants using GC-Orbitrap mass spectrometry
Food safety Non-Targeted Approach for Authentication of Spices and Herbs using GC-Orbitrap MS technology
Food safety Applying High-Resolution GC-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry for Quantitation of Pesticides and PCB’s in food samples
Food safety A comparison of IC-MS/MS and LC-MS/MS techniques for the multi-residue analysis of polar pesticides and metabolites in food
Food safety Multi-class Veterinary Drugs Analyses of QuEChERS Extracts using an Automated Online μSPE Clean-up Coupled to LC-MS/MS
Technology hardware Breakthrough analytical performance of a novel Gas Chromatography – Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry for routine and research applications
Technology hardware Multi-site assessment of precision and reproducibility of high-throughput capillary-flow LC-MS proteome profiling with novel ultra-high-pressure LC coupled to HRAM MS
Food safety Quantitative analysis of sulfonamides in meat muscle matrix with a field asymmetric ion mobility interface on an Orbitrap Mass spectrometer
Technology hardware Extending the interval between full-range mass calibrations on Orbitrap Exploris mass spectrometers
Biopharma Comprehensive Characterization of Cysteine-conjugated Antibody Drug Conjugate (ADC) on a Hybrid Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma In depth characterization of mAb charge variants by iCIEF fractionation followed by peptide mapping analysis
Proteomics and structural biology Elucidating the complexities of the human milk glycome with ion chromatography-mass spectrometry (IC-MS)
Technology hardware Compensation Voltage Determination on a LC Time Scale
Technology hardware New high voltage power supplies for triple quadrupole MS polarity switching in under 5 ms
Technology hardware Expanded Instrument Control using the Orbitrap Tribrid IAPI
Clinical research and forensic toxicology High-Flow LC/MS Analysis of Immunosuppressant Drugs in Human Blood Using FAIMS Technology
Proteomics and structural biology A Fully Automated High-Throughput, Deep-Scale Quantitative Plasma Proteomics Workflow Enables Quantitively Profile More Than 1000 Proteins Per Sample.
Biopharma High throughput analysis of synthetic DNA using a compliant LC-MS based workflow
Proteomics and structural biology Boosting Proteome Coverage by a Combination of the Next Generation UHPLC and a Novel Search Node in Proteome Discoverer
Proteomics and structural biology Rapid and reproducible phosphoenrichment using Fe-NTA Magnetic beads
Proteomics and structural biology Combining the data-driven and hypothesis-driven approaches in one go via a novel intelligent data acquisition Hybrid-DIA mass spectrometry strategy
Proteomics and structural biology Deep Metaproteome Analysis using a Vanquish Neo UHPLC System Coupled to an Orbitrap Eclipse Tribrid Mass Spectrometer with FAIMS Pro Interface
Metabolomics and lipidomics Identification of Small Molecules via Real-Time Library Search on an Orbitrap Tribrid Mass Spectrometer
Metabolomics and lipidomics The Craze for the Haze: How Dry Hopping Influences the Metabolomics of Beer
Proteomics and structural biology Development of mass spectrometry-screening methods for quality assessment of Cryo-EM standard
Technology hardware Beyond the boundaries of LC-MS sensitivity and throughput with the next generation all-in-one nano-, capillary- and micro-flow UHPLC system
Proteomics and structural biology Notch3 epitope mapping using integrated structural proteomic techniques
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Quantitative Analysis of Testosterone from Human Serum using high-flow Liquid Chromatography and FAIMS on a Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma Characterization of mRNA therapeutics using a novel LC-MS based workflow
Food safety Combining superior interference removal and speed for elemental analysis using ICP-MS
Environmental testing Enhanced performance of a Triple Stage Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer with a novel Axial Field Collision Cell
Proteomics and structural biology SureQuant targeted mass spectrometry standards and assay panel for quantitative analysis of phosphorylated proteins from multiple signaling pathways
Metabolomics and lipidomics Application of the FAIMS Pro Duo interface for selective detection of lower abundance lipid classes at analytical flow rates
Proteomics and structural biology Implementing Comet search engine into Proteome Discoverer to improve TMT Real-Time Search data processing
Proteomics and structural biology Benchmark of Micro-flow Chromatograph for Robust Proteomics Analysis
Technology hardware Novel Real-Time Library Search driven data acquisition strategy for identification and characterization of metabolites
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Analysis of Intact Resistance Markers for Metallo-beta-Lactamases in Bacterial Pathogens
Metabolomics and lipidomics Robust lipidomic profiling to routinely quantitate ceramides and confidently identify unknown lipids
Technology hardware Development of a Simplified User Interface for SRM Method Creation
Proteomics and structural biology CHIMERYS: an AI-driven leap forward in peptide identification
Biopharma Demonstrate method robustness and seamless method transfer, a step towards enabling high resolution accurate mass multi-attribute method for biotherapeutic quality control
Biopharma Developing a method for investigating metal content in single Chinese Hamster Ovary cells using ICP-MS
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Automated Dried Spot Analysis for Rapid Quantitation of Tramadol and Metabolites
Pharma Impurity Profiling Using Orbitrap Exploris 120 Mass Spectrometer and Vanquish UHPLC Coupled with Compound Discover Software
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Screening and Semi-Quantitation of 212 Fentanyl Analog Compounds by Orbitrap Exploris 120™
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Developing a quick and robust mass spectrometry-based method for the detection of SARS-CoV-2
Biopharma Characterization of Adeno-Associated Viral assemblies on an Ultra-High Mass Range Hybrid Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics and structural biology A TMTpro 18plex Proteomics Standard for Assessing Protein Measurement Accuracy and Precision
Biopharma Adeno-associated virus host cell protein profiling using microflow separation on a UHPLC-HRAM MS platform
Proteomics and structural biology Routine single-shot identification of >9K proteins and >100K peptides with the next-generation low-flow UHPLC coupled to HRAM MS
Proteomics and structural biology Infrared Activation enables Native Top-Down MS Analysis of Membrane Proteins and Protein Complexes
Proteomics and structural biology A Journey into the Hazy Beer Proteome: How Does Dry Hopping Alter the Proteomic Landscape of Beer?
Proteomics and structural biology Identifying antibiotic resistance through direct detection of intact enzymes from bacterial lysates using LC-MS/MS: exploring MRSA and carbapenem resistance
Biopharma Software development for improved sensitivity of mass spectrometry-based thermal shift assays (MS-TSA) for target engagement and drug discovery
Proteomics and structural biology Beyond TurboTMT: Phi-SDM Super-resolution Methods for Next-generation Highly-multiplexed Quantitative Ultrasensitive and Single-Cell Proteomics via TMTPro Complement Ion Deconvolution.
Proteomics and structural biology Leveraging Bottom-Up Search Results to Build Sample Specific Top-Down Databases
Biopharma Multi-Attribute Method for batch-to-batch comparison of Etanercept fusion protein
Biopharma At-line monoclonal antibody analysis using affinity-chromatography with mass spectrometry detection and fully compliant data acquisition and processing
Technology hardware A method for the structural analysis and time resolved imaging of bio-macromolecular assemblies in mass spectrometry using Timepix detector
Proteomics and structural biology An intelligent Hybrid-DIA data acquisition strategy for cracking the clinical sample complexity challenge in translational proteotyping
Proteomics and structural biology Novel hybrid-DIA acquisition strategy combines targeted and discovery proteomics to enable simultaneous quantification of global proteomes and predefined mutated peptides
Proteomics and structural biology Inference of Collisional Cross-Sections of peptides in an Orbitrap Mass Analyzer
Technology hardware Resonance-Enhanced Multiphoton Ionization inside the C-trap of an Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Automated and High-throughput Urine Drug Screening using Paper Spray Mass Spectrometry
Pharma Drug-Target Identification Using Improved Mass-Spectrometry-based Acquisition Approaches for Thermal Stability Assays
Proteomics and structural biology Rapid proteome analysis using DIA and super-resolution Orbitrap mass spectrometry
Biopharma Multiple ion activations and proton transfer charge reduction facilitate the characterization of capsid proteoforms of recombinant adeno-associated virus 6 (rAAV6)
Technology hardware Extending the mass limit of collision cross sections of proteins in Orbitrap analyzers through kinetic energy and fragmentation behavior analysis
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Paper Spray Mass Spectrometry as a New Quantitative Drug Checking Technology for Harm Reduction and Drug Surveillance
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Breaking Down the Barrier to Rapid Anti-bacterial Drug Levels with Paper Spray-Mass Spectrometry: Simultaneous Quantitation of Five βeta-lactams from Plasma
Environmental testing Fieldable, Dual-Technique Assay for the Analysis of Organophosphorus Compounds for Environmental and Chemical Defense Applications

Videos


Time to Connect and Collaborate in Person

Our scientific experts and collaboration partners are as excited as you are to attend ASMS in person this year. Hear from our leaders about how our teams have pivoted during the pandemic to continue developing cutting edge software and hardware solutions for you, our customers. You will also have the opportunity to hear about the latest technological advancements Thermo Fisher Scientific will be showcasing for multiple applications at ASMS this year in Booth 201.


Learn about what you can expect from Thermo Fisher Scientific in the areas of proteomics, structural biology, single cell analysis and metabolomics at ASMS 2021.

Eric Grumbach, a leader of our Pharma and Biopharma business, will give you a brief snapshot of what to expect by attending our biopharma and pharma focused sessions at ASMS, including our latest mass spectrometry innovations for the Multi-Attribute Method (MAM).

Hear from Tanis Correa on our Clinical Research vertical marketing team about new MS-based clinical research applications that will be presented at ASMS, designed to meet the needs of the clinical research community.

Technical workshops available on-demand

View both our breakfast and dinner workshops from ASMS at your leisure.

Monday, November 1

See how the newest version of Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer software redefines proteomics data analysis by leveraging artificial intelligence for deeper mining of proteomics data. This innovative approach substantially increases the identification rate and the number of unique peptide identifications, improves protein coverage and quantitation capabilities, facilitates more efficient data acquisition schemes, and enables scientists to generate more biological insights from their existing and newly acquired data.

Speakers:
David Horn, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Martin Frejno, Co-founder and CEO, MSAID GmbH

Tuesday, November 2

In this workshop, our expert speakers will lay out strategies that combine next generation technologies in mass spectrometry hardware and software innovations to achieve increased confidence for small-molecule unknown analysis using a Thermo Scientific Orbitrap IQ-X Tribrid mass spectrometers. Hear from expert users on the identification of botanical plant extracts, which present unique analytical challenges due to the abundance of isomers and analogues. Full characterization of botanical extracts is often required to determine authenticity and identify suspected toxicants. Learn about how the application of Real-Time Library Searching greatly increases efficiency and maximizes the likelihood that each scan provides vital, relevant information. This strategy decreases the need for additional runs and sample re-preparation, which is particularly valuable when sample and time are limited. This example highlights a broad method capable of increasing confidence using intelligent data acquisition to capture more low-abundance analytes for structure elucidation and on-the-fly identification of small molecules.

Speakers:
Brandon Bills, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Vincent Sica, Senior Scientist, Procter & Gamble

Wednesday, November 3

The multi-attribute method (MAM) offers the potential to reduce the number of ‘traditional’ lot release assays and accelerate the rate of bringing high quality biotherapeutics to market. However, the implementation of MAM is hindered by the lack of comprehensive and fit-for-purpose solutions. Join us to learn a holistic, compliance-ready MAM platform that enables deployment of MAM across all stages of biotherapeutics development and manufacturing with seamless knowledge sharing at global scale.

Speakers:
Yi Zhang, Ph.D, Vertical Marketing Manager, Pharma & BioPharma, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Hao Yang, Ph.D, Senior Product Applications Specialist, Pharma & BioPharma, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thursday, November 4

Excel in productivity using Thermo Scientific TSQ Plus mass spectrometers

Rapidly changing regulatory and clinical research requirements demand adaptive targeted quantitative workflow solutions to maintain productivity. The innovative hardware and software advancements incorporated into the TSQ Plus mass spectrometers are ideally suited to address throughput, sensitivity, and robustness while simplifying the operation. This workshop will demonstrate how the new features combine with the existing platform enabling users to excel in quantitative productivity in a range of market applications.

Detection of Intra-Articular Corticosteroids

The financial impact of equine lameness is a significant influencer for determining the use of clinical medication choices in horse racing. The equine regulatory environment requires strict control for the use of potent anti-inflammatory medications.  The University of Kentucky – Equine Analytical Chemistry Laboratory has selected the Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Altis Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer to detect this group of compounds at very low concentrations in biological matrices. Using this platform, we can detect the analytical drug targets, with the validated confirmatory analyses. This provides a state-of-the-art multi-functional instrument for anti-doping control.

Speakers:
Neloni Wijeratne, Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Abigail Burrows, Ph.D, Post-Doctoral Scholar, University of Kentucky-Gluck Equine Research Center

Monday, November 1

Innovation and new developments in proteomics continue to occur in 2021, despite challenges of the pandemic. This dinner session provides an opportunity to meet with your peers and to exchange information on proteomics applications, methods and technologies including high throughput single cell proteomics, new advances in low flow separations, and new strategies for plasma proteomics. We will showcase new innovations with short presentations, followed by discussions where you have the opportunity to meet and discuss topics with proteomics leaders from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

Speakers:
Andreas Huhmer, Sr. Director of Life Science Research OMICS Marketing, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Daniel Lopez-Ferrer, Director of Marketing for Proteomics and Translational Research, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Oleksandr Boychenko,  HPLC Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Jeff Op de Beeck, Principal Scientist, Pharmafluidics
Ryan Kelly, Assistant Professor, BYU
Chris Rose, Principal Scientist, Genentech
Lukas Reiter, Chief Technology Officer, Biognosys


Tuesday, November 2

Accurate and rapid performance of medical diagnostic tests is desired for enhanced clinical decision making and to improve human health. The integration of differentiated front-end solutions that include sample tracking, sample handling, online sample preparation and extraction through to LC-MS/MS detection is a great advancement for clinical research and toxicology laboratories. From single use-devices to real-time detection of trace-level detection of emerging contaminants, presenters today will discuss how various sample analysis tools are enhancing the utility of MS for the clinical laboratory.

Speakers:
William Clarke, Ph.D, MBA, DABCC, Professor of Pathology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Nicholas Manicke, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis


Wednesday, November 3

With many new biotherapeutic modalities progressing from discovery to development to commercialization, more advanced, innovative and robust analytical solutions are needed to fully characterize these novel molecules. Please join this workshop and explore how Thermo Scientific Orbitrap HRAM MS platforms in combination with automated sample preparation, advanced UHPLC separation and unique software workflows can be utilized to characterize and accelerate the development of the next generation biotherapeutic modalities such as synthetic oligonucleotides, mRNA vaccines and gene therapies.

Speakers:
Luca Fornelli, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma
Keeley Murphy, Software Product Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Posters


No records were found matching your criteria

TypeTitle
Show Guide ASMS 2021 Guide
Food safety Fast analysis of multi-class pesticides panel in garlic and cumin extracts using a Single Run LC-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Technology hardware Concepts for Elongated Spiral and Helical Ion Guides
Environmental testing A consolidated approach for routine analysis of soil contaminants using GC-Orbitrap mass spectrometry
Food safety Non-Targeted Approach for Authentication of Spices and Herbs using GC-Orbitrap MS technology
Food safety Applying High-Resolution GC-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry for Quantitation of Pesticides and PCB’s in food samples
Food safety A comparison of IC-MS/MS and LC-MS/MS techniques for the multi-residue analysis of polar pesticides and metabolites in food
Food safety Multi-class Veterinary Drugs Analyses of QuEChERS Extracts using an Automated Online μSPE Clean-up Coupled to LC-MS/MS
Technology hardware Breakthrough analytical performance of a novel Gas Chromatography – Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry for routine and research applications
Technology hardware Multi-site assessment of precision and reproducibility of high-throughput capillary-flow LC-MS proteome profiling with novel ultra-high-pressure LC coupled to HRAM MS
Food safety Quantitative analysis of sulfonamides in meat muscle matrix with a field asymmetric ion mobility interface on an Orbitrap Mass spectrometer
Technology hardware Extending the interval between full-range mass calibrations on Orbitrap Exploris mass spectrometers
Biopharma Comprehensive Characterization of Cysteine-conjugated Antibody Drug Conjugate (ADC) on a Hybrid Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma In depth characterization of mAb charge variants by iCIEF fractionation followed by peptide mapping analysis
Proteomics and structural biology Elucidating the complexities of the human milk glycome with ion chromatography-mass spectrometry (IC-MS)
Technology hardware Compensation Voltage Determination on a LC Time Scale
Technology hardware New high voltage power supplies for triple quadrupole MS polarity switching in under 5 ms
Technology hardware Expanded Instrument Control using the Orbitrap Tribrid IAPI
Clinical research and forensic toxicology High-Flow LC/MS Analysis of Immunosuppressant Drugs in Human Blood Using FAIMS Technology
Proteomics and structural biology A Fully Automated High-Throughput, Deep-Scale Quantitative Plasma Proteomics Workflow Enables Quantitively Profile More Than 1000 Proteins Per Sample.
Biopharma High throughput analysis of synthetic DNA using a compliant LC-MS based workflow
Proteomics and structural biology Boosting Proteome Coverage by a Combination of the Next Generation UHPLC and a Novel Search Node in Proteome Discoverer
Proteomics and structural biology Rapid and reproducible phosphoenrichment using Fe-NTA Magnetic beads
Proteomics and structural biology Combining the data-driven and hypothesis-driven approaches in one go via a novel intelligent data acquisition Hybrid-DIA mass spectrometry strategy
Proteomics and structural biology Deep Metaproteome Analysis using a Vanquish Neo UHPLC System Coupled to an Orbitrap Eclipse Tribrid Mass Spectrometer with FAIMS Pro Interface
Metabolomics and lipidomics Identification of Small Molecules via Real-Time Library Search on an Orbitrap Tribrid Mass Spectrometer
Metabolomics and lipidomics The Craze for the Haze: How Dry Hopping Influences the Metabolomics of Beer
Proteomics and structural biology Development of mass spectrometry-screening methods for quality assessment of Cryo-EM standard
Technology hardware Beyond the boundaries of LC-MS sensitivity and throughput with the next generation all-in-one nano-, capillary- and micro-flow UHPLC system
Proteomics and structural biology Notch3 epitope mapping using integrated structural proteomic techniques
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Quantitative Analysis of Testosterone from Human Serum using high-flow Liquid Chromatography and FAIMS on a Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma Characterization of mRNA therapeutics using a novel LC-MS based workflow
Food safety Combining superior interference removal and speed for elemental analysis using ICP-MS
Environmental testing Enhanced performance of a Triple Stage Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer with a novel Axial Field Collision Cell
Proteomics and structural biology SureQuant targeted mass spectrometry standards and assay panel for quantitative analysis of phosphorylated proteins from multiple signaling pathways
Metabolomics and lipidomics Application of the FAIMS Pro Duo interface for selective detection of lower abundance lipid classes at analytical flow rates
Proteomics and structural biology Implementing Comet search engine into Proteome Discoverer to improve TMT Real-Time Search data processing
Proteomics and structural biology Benchmark of Micro-flow Chromatograph for Robust Proteomics Analysis
Technology hardware Novel Real-Time Library Search driven data acquisition strategy for identification and characterization of metabolites
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Analysis of Intact Resistance Markers for Metallo-beta-Lactamases in Bacterial Pathogens
Metabolomics and lipidomics Robust lipidomic profiling to routinely quantitate ceramides and confidently identify unknown lipids
Technology hardware Development of a Simplified User Interface for SRM Method Creation
Proteomics and structural biology CHIMERYS: an AI-driven leap forward in peptide identification
Biopharma Demonstrate method robustness and seamless method transfer, a step towards enabling high resolution accurate mass multi-attribute method for biotherapeutic quality control
Biopharma Developing a method for investigating metal content in single Chinese Hamster Ovary cells using ICP-MS
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Automated Dried Spot Analysis for Rapid Quantitation of Tramadol and Metabolites
Pharma Impurity Profiling Using Orbitrap Exploris 120 Mass Spectrometer and Vanquish UHPLC Coupled with Compound Discover Software
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Screening and Semi-Quantitation of 212 Fentanyl Analog Compounds by Orbitrap Exploris 120™
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Developing a quick and robust mass spectrometry-based method for the detection of SARS-CoV-2
Biopharma Characterization of Adeno-Associated Viral assemblies on an Ultra-High Mass Range Hybrid Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics and structural biology A TMTpro 18plex Proteomics Standard for Assessing Protein Measurement Accuracy and Precision
Biopharma Adeno-associated virus host cell protein profiling using microflow separation on a UHPLC-HRAM MS platform
Proteomics and structural biology Routine single-shot identification of >9K proteins and >100K peptides with the next-generation low-flow UHPLC coupled to HRAM MS
Proteomics and structural biology Infrared Activation enables Native Top-Down MS Analysis of Membrane Proteins and Protein Complexes
Proteomics and structural biology A Journey into the Hazy Beer Proteome: How Does Dry Hopping Alter the Proteomic Landscape of Beer?
Proteomics and structural biology Identifying antibiotic resistance through direct detection of intact enzymes from bacterial lysates using LC-MS/MS: exploring MRSA and carbapenem resistance
Biopharma Software development for improved sensitivity of mass spectrometry-based thermal shift assays (MS-TSA) for target engagement and drug discovery
Proteomics and structural biology Beyond TurboTMT: Phi-SDM Super-resolution Methods for Next-generation Highly-multiplexed Quantitative Ultrasensitive and Single-Cell Proteomics via TMTPro Complement Ion Deconvolution.
Proteomics and structural biology Leveraging Bottom-Up Search Results to Build Sample Specific Top-Down Databases
Biopharma Multi-Attribute Method for batch-to-batch comparison of Etanercept fusion protein
Biopharma At-line monoclonal antibody analysis using affinity-chromatography with mass spectrometry detection and fully compliant data acquisition and processing
Technology hardware A method for the structural analysis and time resolved imaging of bio-macromolecular assemblies in mass spectrometry using Timepix detector
Proteomics and structural biology An intelligent Hybrid-DIA data acquisition strategy for cracking the clinical sample complexity challenge in translational proteotyping
Proteomics and structural biology Novel hybrid-DIA acquisition strategy combines targeted and discovery proteomics to enable simultaneous quantification of global proteomes and predefined mutated peptides
Proteomics and structural biology Inference of Collisional Cross-Sections of peptides in an Orbitrap Mass Analyzer
Technology hardware Resonance-Enhanced Multiphoton Ionization inside the C-trap of an Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Automated and High-throughput Urine Drug Screening using Paper Spray Mass Spectrometry
Pharma Drug-Target Identification Using Improved Mass-Spectrometry-based Acquisition Approaches for Thermal Stability Assays
Proteomics and structural biology Rapid proteome analysis using DIA and super-resolution Orbitrap mass spectrometry
Biopharma Multiple ion activations and proton transfer charge reduction facilitate the characterization of capsid proteoforms of recombinant adeno-associated virus 6 (rAAV6)
Technology hardware Extending the mass limit of collision cross sections of proteins in Orbitrap analyzers through kinetic energy and fragmentation behavior analysis
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Paper Spray Mass Spectrometry as a New Quantitative Drug Checking Technology for Harm Reduction and Drug Surveillance
Clinical research and forensic toxicology Breaking Down the Barrier to Rapid Anti-bacterial Drug Levels with Paper Spray-Mass Spectrometry: Simultaneous Quantitation of Five βeta-lactams from Plasma
Environmental testing Fieldable, Dual-Technique Assay for the Analysis of Organophosphorus Compounds for Environmental and Chemical Defense Applications

Videos


Time to Connect and Collaborate in Person

Our scientific experts and collaboration partners are as excited as you are to attend ASMS in person this year. Hear from our leaders about how our teams have pivoted during the pandemic to continue developing cutting edge software and hardware solutions for you, our customers. You will also have the opportunity to hear about the latest technological advancements Thermo Fisher Scientific will be showcasing for multiple applications at ASMS this year in Booth 201.


Learn about what you can expect from Thermo Fisher Scientific in the areas of proteomics, structural biology, single cell analysis and metabolomics at ASMS 2021.

Eric Grumbach, a leader of our Pharma and Biopharma business, will give you a brief snapshot of what to expect by attending our biopharma and pharma focused sessions at ASMS, including our latest mass spectrometry innovations for the Multi-Attribute Method (MAM).

Hear from Tanis Correa on our Clinical Research vertical marketing team about new MS-based clinical research applications that will be presented at ASMS, designed to meet the needs of the clinical research community.

New products presented at ASMS


Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer with CHIMERYS™
Substantially increase the number of unique peptides and proteins found in your new and existing data with intelligent INFERYS™ Rescoring and the novel CHIMERYS™ intelligent search algorithm by MSAID®

Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris MX mass detector

Deploy routine mass monitoring using high-quality mass information to accelerate biopharmaceutical late-stage development, commercialization, manufacturing, and quality control (QC).

Thermo Scientific Transcend DSX-1 system

Fully automate dried spot sampling and analysis using an integrated sample prep and UHPLC platform.

Thermo Scientific Orbitrap IQ-X Tribrid mass spectrometer
Reveal complex chemical structures with ultimate confidence, ease, and experimental versatility.

Thermo Scientific FAIMS Pro Duo interface
Address analytical challenges for a broad range of qualitative and quantitative applications using the FAIMS Pro Duo interface, a next-generation, differential ion mobility device.

Thermo Scientific TSQ Plus triple quadrupole mass spectrometers
Address current and future challenges with enhanced acquisition speed/sensitivity, proven robustness, and reliability.

Thermo Scientific Vanquish Neo UHPLC System
Obtain unmatched efficiency and robust performance for LC-MS applications in proteomics, precision medicine, translational research, and more.