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ASMS 2020 Reboot — vLC-MS.com — Now available on-demand!

This year we had two major mass spectrometry events: vLC-MS.com and ASMS Reboot, introducing two new systems and providing an array of experts and customers sharing experiences. Find out how we can put you on the fast track to confident results.

Designed for the Masses: Your Fast Track to Confident Results

vLC-MS.com | May 26  — 28

Our vLC-MS.com new product launch event, now on-demand, provides all the rich content, presentations, and Q&A you’ve come to expect from Thermo Fisher Scientific.

  • Meet the new members of our Orbitrap Exploris MS family
  • Expert demonstrations of our mass spectrometry solutions
  • Learnings from fellow scientists, valued customers, and internal experts
  • Browse the virtual Exhibit Hall by application area
  • Confident results – from top-notch research to routine testing 

Access vLC-MS.com on-demand

Key Featured Speakers:

  • Prof. Alexander Makarov, Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Prof. Bernhard Küster, Technical University of Munich
  • Christian Münch, Ph.D., Goethe University Frankfurt
  • Prof. Jonathan Bones, NIBRT
  • Prof. Lee Ferguson, Duke University
  • Prof. Tim Garrett, University of Florida

ASMS Reboot | June 1 — 12

Join our on-demand webinars to see how our mass spectrometry solutions put you on the fast track to confident results, from research to routine testing. Don't miss more than 75 posters and oral presentations.


New products launched at vLC-MS.com

Orbitrap Exploris 120 mass spectrometer

The new standard in productivity

The proven Thermo Scientific Orbitrap technology in the Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 120 mass spectrometer accelerates your route to qualitative and quantitative confidence for both method development and everyday testing purposes. With its unique ability to provide consistently accurate data and a design made for operational simplicity, it sets the new standard in instrument productivity and ruggedness.

 

Orbitrap Exploris 240 mass spectrometer

Deliver the exceptional

Deliver on your objectives with the Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 240 mass spectrometer by combining application flexibility with the performance to drive discovery and identification, plus receive the quantitative precision and accuracy you need to confidently scale up and achieve impact. With operational simplicity through intelligent data acquisition and processing, discover your fast track to confident results regardless of sample complexity, the depth of insights required or the presence of unknown compounds.

 

vLC-MS.com 2020: Live and poster sessions now on-demand

 
Live sessions - Plenary sessions

Plenary Sessions Day 1
Welcome Dr. Andreas Huhmer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Designing the Smallest Ever Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer for New HR/AM Applications Prof. Alexander Makarov, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Your fast-track to confident results: Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris product family expanded  Dr. Thomas Moehring, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Demonstrating the new Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 240 MS Dr. Daniel Lopez-Ferrer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Demonstrating the new Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 120 MS Ed George, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Plenary Sessions Day 2
Plenary session: Welcome Dr. Andreas Huhmer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Host Cell Proteome Responses to SARS-CoV-2 Infection Dr. Christian Münch, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Your fast-track to confident results: Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris product family expanded (Short presentation) Dr. Thomas Moehring, Thermo Fisher Scientific

 
Live sessions - Parallel sessions day 1

Parallel session 1 - Proteomics
Welcome Dr. Andreas Huhmer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Prosit – Enabling Proteomics by Accurate Prediction of Peptide LC-MS/MS Characteristics Prof. Dr. Bernhard Kuster, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Parallel session 2 - Food Safety Analysis
Welcome Ed George, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Development and Evaluation of an HRAM Method for Multi-Class Veterinary Drugs on the New Orbitrap Exploris 120 Mass Spectrometer Laura Burns, Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

 
Live sessions - Parallel sessions day 2

Parallel session Track 1 - Omics and Biopharma
Welcome Dr. Min Du, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Metabolomics in Clinical Research: Challenges and Potential Dr. Timothy Garrett, University of Florida
One for All - Multiple Levels of confident Biopharmaceutical Characterization using a new hybrid quadrupole-Orbitrap platform Prof. Jonathan Bones, NIBRT
The ever-expanding hyphenation of LC techniques to MS for intact mass characterization - lessons learned from a biopharmaceutical development lab Dr. Dan Bach Kristensen, Symphogen
Parallel Session Track 2 - Food Safety and Environmental Analysis
Welcome Maciej Bromirski, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Confident Food safety analysis with the new Orbitrap ExplorisMS systems –screening and quantitation of Pesticides and Mycotoxins Charles Yang and Ed George, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Next generation Mass Spectrometers based on proven Orbitrap Exploris platform for sensitive qualitative and quantitative environmental analysis Dr. Lee Ferguson, Environmental Science and Engineering at Duke University in Durham, NC.

 
Live sessions - Parallel sessions day 3

Parallel Session Track 1 - Omics and Translational
Welcome Dr. Julian Saba, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Moving beyond peptide IDs - A New, Versatile and Robust Compact Benchtop Orbitrap For Quantitative Proteomics Applications Dr. Khatereh Motamedchaboki, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Plasma Proteome in a Kit: Targeted Proteomics on A Discovery Scale Dr. Sebastian Müller, Biognosys AG, Switzerland
One Cell at a Time – Single Cell Proteomics Becomes a Reality Dr. Ryan Kelly, Brigham Young University, USA
Parallel session Track 2 - Biopharma, Clinical research and Toxicology
Welcome Dr. Debadeep Bhattacharyya, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Rapid MS Characterization of Charge Variants with Blaze System's Integrated iCIEF-MS Assay Erik Gentalen, IntaBio and Dr. John Teare, GLAdiator Biosciences and Coagulant Therapeutics Corporation
Next Generation Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer Enables Confident Quantitation for Small and Large Molecules for Clinical Research Dr. Xiaolei Xie, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Combining proton transfer charge reduction and synchronous precursor selection for improved middle down characterization of antibodies Prof Luca Fornelli, University of Oklahoma

ASMS Reboot posters & orals

No records were found matching your criteria

Type Title
Bioanalysis  A Fast and Simple Immuno-mass Spectrometry Based Method Enables Universal Preclinical Bioanalysis for IgG-1 Type mAb
Biomarkers  An Ultra High-throughput Plasma Protein Profiling (uHTPPP) Workflow Using a Modified Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma  Assessing Oxidation in IgG1 Monoclonal Antibodies and Correlating at both Intact Protein and Peptide Levels
Biopharma  Deep Identification and Quantitation of Unknown HCPs in NISTmAb Using an Optimized Sample Preparation Combined with NanoLC-MS
Biopharma  Automated Workflow for Proteoforms Characterization and Quantification of Intact Monoclonal Antibodies by CEX-MS
Biopharma  Confident LC MS Identification of Low ppm Host Cell Proteins (HCPs) in Biotherapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies
Biopharma  Refinement of HR Multi-Attribute Method from Sample Preparation to Data Analysis
Biopharma  Characterization and Comparison of Neulasta and its Biosimilar at Intact Level on a Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma  Middle Down Analysis of HERCEPTIN and its Biosimilar on a Quadrupole-Ion Trap-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer using Multiple Fragmentations
Biopharma  Comprehensive Characterization of Monoclonal Antibody and Antibody Drug Conjugate on a Hybrid Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma  Monoclonal Antibody Characterization Through Native Orbitrapmass Spectrometry Leading to Improved Sensitivity and Elucidation of Microheterogeneity
Biopharma  Interlaboratory Study of an Optimised Peptide Mapping Workflow using Automated Trypsin Digestion for Monitoring Product Quality Attributes
Clinical Research  Comparison of Whole Blood & Precipitated Blood for the Quantitation of Drugs of Abuse Using PaperSpray
Clinical Research  Exemplary performance data of a Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer in a Simulated Clinical LDT Workflow
Clinical Research  Analysis of the Contrast Dye Iohexol in Human Urine/Serum using PaperSpray Technology
Clinical Research  Routine and Robust Plasma Protein Profiling for Clinical Research Applications on the Vanquish Horizon/Explorisplatform
Clinical Research  A High-Throughput Integrated HRAM-MS Method Enables IGF-1 Quantification, Targeted Variants Monitoring,and Untargeted Variants Screening in a Single Injection
Clinical Research  Breath Biopsy: Combining Thermal Desorption-Gas Chromatography with High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Clinical Research  Optimization and Quantitation of Antibiotics in Dried
Drug Development  Routine, Ultra-Trace Analysis of Nitrosamines in Drugs using Gas-Chromatography –Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry
Environmental  Simultaneously Direct Analysis of 17 Perfluorinated Compounds by a New Generation Triple Quadrupole LC-MS System TSQ Altis
Environmental  Determination of Haloacetic Acids, Bromate, and Dalaponin Drinking Water Using Ion Chromatography
Environmental  Combining Chromatographic Deconvolution with Electron Ionization and Chemical Ionization for Unknown Identification with High-Resolution Accurate Mass GC/MS
Environmental  The First Global Reconnaissance of Organic Pollutants in Tap Water
Food Safety  Rapid Quantitation of Veterinary Dyes in Salmon Extracts Using PaperSpray Coupled with a TSQ Altis MS
Food Safety  A Modified Orbitrap Exploris MS used for Multi-class Veterinary Drug Screening and Quantitation by High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (HRMS)
Food Safety  A Multiresidue Pesticide Method using a Modified Quadrupole-Orbitrap MS for Quantitation, Screening and Confirmation
Food Safety  Towards Development of a Matrix-independent Calibration Strategy
Food Safety  A Cross Platform (PRM/SRM) Targeted Method for Quantitation of Peanut Residues
Food Safety  Selection of Peptide Targets for Species-Independent Quantitation of Fish Allergens
Glycomics  Towards a More Complete Glycome: Advances in Ion Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (IC-MS) for Improved Separation and Analysis of Carbohydrates
Glycomics  Comprehensive Analysis of IgE Glycoforms by FAIMS-LC-MS/MS using Orbitrap Eclipse Mass Spectrometer
Metabolomics  Robust Metabolomics Workflows Using a Modified Benchtop Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Metabolomics  A Systematic Approach to Transform Untargeted Profiling to Pseudo-targeted Analysis for Metabolomics Study
Metabolomics  Exploring Bacterial Metabolome Alterations Mediated by Genetic Mutations
Metabolomics  Metabolic Alterations Observed in Plasma of Mice Fed High-Fat Diet
Metabolomics  Detecting Stable Isotope Labeled Metabolites in Untargeted Analysis Using a Benchtop Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics  Deep Proteome Coverage and Label-Free Proteomic Analysis of Low Numbers of Mammalian Cells with a Quadrupole-Ion trap-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics  Quantitative Top-Down Proteomics of Human Tears Reveals Proteoform Changes Related to Age
Proteomics  New Quadrupole-Ion Trap-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer Combined with Real Time Search Enhances Proteome Coverage
Proteomics  Disulfide Bond and Glycosylation Site Occupancy Mapping of Trastuzumab Using a Novel Capillary MAbPacRP Column
Proteomics  Capillary Chromatography for Therapeutic Proteins and Their Subunit Analysis Using MAbPacRP Column
Proteomics  Developments in Real-Time Search on an Orbitrap Tribrid Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics  Integration of Msstats TMT into Proteome Discoverer Using the Scripting Node
Proteomics  Comprehensive and Robust Proteome Profiling using Online-2D NanoLC coupled to the Orbitrap Exploris 480 MS
Proteomics  Pushing the Limits of Sensitivity: Micropillar Array-Based Chromatography Coupled to a Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics  High Dynamic Range Proteome Analysis with BoxCar DIA and Super-Resolution Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry
Proteomics  Turnkey, Multi-pathway Signaling Analysis Using a Synthetic Phosphopeptide Panel, Standardized Sample Preparation Kits
Proteomics  An Optimized Sample Preparation Method of Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded Tissues for Mass Spec Applications
Proteomics  Optimization of Sample Preparation and Off-Line High pH Reversed-Phase Fractionation for TMT Pro-Labeled Proteomics Samples
Proteomics  EasyPep Sample Preparation Technology for Rapid and Efficient Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics
Proteomics  Quantitative Analysis of Ras and AKT Signaling Pathways using a SureQuant Targeted MS Workflow
Proteomics  LC-MS/MS System Suitability Evaluation with Automated Data Processing for Protein Analysis in a Regulated Environment
Proteomics  Activated-Ion Electron Transfer Dissociation Enables Electron-Based Dissociation Following Proton Transfer Charge Reduction
Proteomics  Leveraging the extended instrument capabilities of a Tribrid MS using Real-time PTM localization
Proteomics  Sensitive and High-throughput Single-cell Proteomics Workflow on New Quadrupole-Ion Trap-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer with FAIMS Separation
Proteomics  Robust Label Free Proteomics Performance with New Orbitrap Exploris 240 with Improved Separation
Proteomics  Determination of Collision Cross Sections of Proteins using Frequency Domain Linewidths
Proteomics  Top-Down Analysis of Intact Antibodies under Denatured and Native Conditions on the Omnitrap Platform
Proteomics  Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Prediction-Assisted Rescoring of Peptidic Fragment Ion Spectra
Proteomics  The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: when Statistics Tells you to Throw Away Peptide IDs
Proteomics  New Strategy for Bacterial Species Identification in Urinary Tract Infection using Artificial Intelligence on Ultrafast LC-MSMS-DIA runs
Technology Hardware  A Robust C-Trap Ion Injection Method Incorporating Electrodynamic Squeezing
Technology Hardware  Origins and Mitigation of Unwanted Dissociation of Fragile Analyte Ions in Compact Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometers
Technology Hardware  Common Sources of Contaminants Observed When Calibrating an Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer And How to Avoid Them
Technology Hardware  Comparison of Orbitrap Mass Accuracy Using External and Internal Lock Mass Correction Methods
Technology Hardware  Characterization of Ocean Realms and Life Signatures (CORALS) Prototype

ASMS Reboot featured presentations

Proteomics

  • Khatereh Motamedchaboki, Ph.D., Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Prof. Ryan Kelly, Brigham Young University

BioPharma

  • Prof. Jonathan Bones, NIBRT
  • Dan Bach Kristensen, Ph.D., Symphogen
  • Jennifer Sutton, Ph.D., Thermo Fisher Scientific

Metabolomics

  • Philip Lorenzi, Ph.D., MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Prof. Tim Garrett, University of Florida

Environmental Testing and Food Safety

  • Prof. Lee Ferguson, Duke University
  • Laura Burns, Iowa State University
  • Charles Yang, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Clinical Research

  • Aditya Malkar, Ph.D., Owlstone Medical
  • Prof. Tony Hu, Tulane University
  • Xiaolei Xie, Ph.D., Thermo Fisher Scientific

New products launched at vLC-MS.com

Orbitrap Exploris 120 mass spectrometer

The new standard in productivity

The proven Thermo Scientific Orbitrap technology in the Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 120 mass spectrometer accelerates your route to qualitative and quantitative confidence for both method development and everyday testing purposes. With its unique ability to provide consistently accurate data and a design made for operational simplicity, it sets the new standard in instrument productivity and ruggedness.

 

Orbitrap Exploris 240 mass spectrometer

Deliver the exceptional

Deliver on your objectives with the Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 240 mass spectrometer by combining application flexibility with the performance to drive discovery and identification, plus receive the quantitative precision and accuracy you need to confidently scale up and achieve impact. With operational simplicity through intelligent data acquisition and processing, discover your fast track to confident results regardless of sample complexity, the depth of insights required or the presence of unknown compounds.

 

vLC-MS.com 2020: Live and poster sessions now on-demand

 
Live sessions - Plenary sessions

Plenary Sessions Day 1
Welcome Dr. Andreas Huhmer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Designing the Smallest Ever Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer for New HR/AM Applications Prof. Alexander Makarov, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Your fast-track to confident results: Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris product family expanded  Dr. Thomas Moehring, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Demonstrating the new Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 240 MS Dr. Daniel Lopez-Ferrer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Demonstrating the new Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 120 MS Ed George, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Plenary Sessions Day 2
Plenary session: Welcome Dr. Andreas Huhmer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Host Cell Proteome Responses to SARS-CoV-2 Infection Dr. Christian Münch, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Your fast-track to confident results: Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris product family expanded (Short presentation) Dr. Thomas Moehring, Thermo Fisher Scientific

 
Live sessions - Parallel sessions day 1

Parallel session 1 - Proteomics
Welcome Dr. Andreas Huhmer, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Prosit – Enabling Proteomics by Accurate Prediction of Peptide LC-MS/MS Characteristics Prof. Dr. Bernhard Kuster, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Parallel session 2 - Food Safety Analysis
Welcome Ed George, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Development and Evaluation of an HRAM Method for Multi-Class Veterinary Drugs on the New Orbitrap Exploris 120 Mass Spectrometer Laura Burns, Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

 
Live sessions - Parallel sessions day 2

Parallel session Track 1 - Omics and Biopharma
Welcome Dr. Min Du, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Metabolomics in Clinical Research: Challenges and Potential Dr. Timothy Garrett, University of Florida
One for All - Multiple Levels of confident Biopharmaceutical Characterization using a new hybrid quadrupole-Orbitrap platform Prof. Jonathan Bones, NIBRT
The ever-expanding hyphenation of LC techniques to MS for intact mass characterization - lessons learned from a biopharmaceutical development lab Dr. Dan Bach Kristensen, Symphogen
Parallel Session Track 2 - Food Safety and Environmental Analysis
Welcome Maciej Bromirski, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Confident Food safety analysis with the new Orbitrap ExplorisMS systems –screening and quantitation of Pesticides and Mycotoxins Charles Yang and Ed George, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Next generation Mass Spectrometers based on proven Orbitrap Exploris platform for sensitive qualitative and quantitative environmental analysis Dr. Lee Ferguson, Environmental Science and Engineering at Duke University in Durham, NC.

 
Live sessions - Parallel sessions day 3

Parallel Session Track 1 - Omics and Translational
Welcome Dr. Julian Saba, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Moving beyond peptide IDs - A New, Versatile and Robust Compact Benchtop Orbitrap For Quantitative Proteomics Applications Dr. Khatereh Motamedchaboki, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Plasma Proteome in a Kit: Targeted Proteomics on A Discovery Scale Dr. Sebastian Müller, Biognosys AG, Switzerland
One Cell at a Time – Single Cell Proteomics Becomes a Reality Dr. Ryan Kelly, Brigham Young University, USA
Parallel session Track 2 - Biopharma, Clinical research and Toxicology
Welcome Dr. Debadeep Bhattacharyya, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Rapid MS Characterization of Charge Variants with Blaze System's Integrated iCIEF-MS Assay Erik Gentalen, IntaBio and Dr. John Teare, GLAdiator Biosciences and Coagulant Therapeutics Corporation
Next Generation Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer Enables Confident Quantitation for Small and Large Molecules for Clinical Research Dr. Xiaolei Xie, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Combining proton transfer charge reduction and synchronous precursor selection for improved middle down characterization of antibodies Prof Luca Fornelli, University of Oklahoma

ASMS Reboot posters & orals

No records were found matching your criteria

Type Title
Bioanalysis  A Fast and Simple Immuno-mass Spectrometry Based Method Enables Universal Preclinical Bioanalysis for IgG-1 Type mAb
Biomarkers  An Ultra High-throughput Plasma Protein Profiling (uHTPPP) Workflow Using a Modified Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma  Assessing Oxidation in IgG1 Monoclonal Antibodies and Correlating at both Intact Protein and Peptide Levels
Biopharma  Deep Identification and Quantitation of Unknown HCPs in NISTmAb Using an Optimized Sample Preparation Combined with NanoLC-MS
Biopharma  Automated Workflow for Proteoforms Characterization and Quantification of Intact Monoclonal Antibodies by CEX-MS
Biopharma  Confident LC MS Identification of Low ppm Host Cell Proteins (HCPs) in Biotherapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies
Biopharma  Refinement of HR Multi-Attribute Method from Sample Preparation to Data Analysis
Biopharma  Characterization and Comparison of Neulasta and its Biosimilar at Intact Level on a Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma  Middle Down Analysis of HERCEPTIN and its Biosimilar on a Quadrupole-Ion Trap-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer using Multiple Fragmentations
Biopharma  Comprehensive Characterization of Monoclonal Antibody and Antibody Drug Conjugate on a Hybrid Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Biopharma  Monoclonal Antibody Characterization Through Native Orbitrapmass Spectrometry Leading to Improved Sensitivity and Elucidation of Microheterogeneity
Biopharma  Interlaboratory Study of an Optimised Peptide Mapping Workflow using Automated Trypsin Digestion for Monitoring Product Quality Attributes
Clinical Research  Comparison of Whole Blood & Precipitated Blood for the Quantitation of Drugs of Abuse Using PaperSpray
Clinical Research  Exemplary performance data of a Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer in a Simulated Clinical LDT Workflow
Clinical Research  Analysis of the Contrast Dye Iohexol in Human Urine/Serum using PaperSpray Technology
Clinical Research  Routine and Robust Plasma Protein Profiling for Clinical Research Applications on the Vanquish Horizon/Explorisplatform
Clinical Research  A High-Throughput Integrated HRAM-MS Method Enables IGF-1 Quantification, Targeted Variants Monitoring,and Untargeted Variants Screening in a Single Injection
Clinical Research  Breath Biopsy: Combining Thermal Desorption-Gas Chromatography with High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
Clinical Research  Optimization and Quantitation of Antibiotics in Dried
Drug Development  Routine, Ultra-Trace Analysis of Nitrosamines in Drugs using Gas-Chromatography –Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry
Environmental  Simultaneously Direct Analysis of 17 Perfluorinated Compounds by a New Generation Triple Quadrupole LC-MS System TSQ Altis
Environmental  Determination of Haloacetic Acids, Bromate, and Dalaponin Drinking Water Using Ion Chromatography
Environmental  Combining Chromatographic Deconvolution with Electron Ionization and Chemical Ionization for Unknown Identification with High-Resolution Accurate Mass GC/MS
Environmental  The First Global Reconnaissance of Organic Pollutants in Tap Water
Food Safety  Rapid Quantitation of Veterinary Dyes in Salmon Extracts Using PaperSpray Coupled with a TSQ Altis MS
Food Safety  A Modified Orbitrap Exploris MS used for Multi-class Veterinary Drug Screening and Quantitation by High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (HRMS)
Food Safety  A Multiresidue Pesticide Method using a Modified Quadrupole-Orbitrap MS for Quantitation, Screening and Confirmation
Food Safety  Towards Development of a Matrix-independent Calibration Strategy
Food Safety  A Cross Platform (PRM/SRM) Targeted Method for Quantitation of Peanut Residues
Food Safety  Selection of Peptide Targets for Species-Independent Quantitation of Fish Allergens
Glycomics  Towards a More Complete Glycome: Advances in Ion Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (IC-MS) for Improved Separation and Analysis of Carbohydrates
Glycomics  Comprehensive Analysis of IgE Glycoforms by FAIMS-LC-MS/MS using Orbitrap Eclipse Mass Spectrometer
Metabolomics  Robust Metabolomics Workflows Using a Modified Benchtop Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Metabolomics  A Systematic Approach to Transform Untargeted Profiling to Pseudo-targeted Analysis for Metabolomics Study
Metabolomics  Exploring Bacterial Metabolome Alterations Mediated by Genetic Mutations
Metabolomics  Metabolic Alterations Observed in Plasma of Mice Fed High-Fat Diet
Metabolomics  Detecting Stable Isotope Labeled Metabolites in Untargeted Analysis Using a Benchtop Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics  Deep Proteome Coverage and Label-Free Proteomic Analysis of Low Numbers of Mammalian Cells with a Quadrupole-Ion trap-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics  Quantitative Top-Down Proteomics of Human Tears Reveals Proteoform Changes Related to Age
Proteomics  New Quadrupole-Ion Trap-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer Combined with Real Time Search Enhances Proteome Coverage
Proteomics  Disulfide Bond and Glycosylation Site Occupancy Mapping of Trastuzumab Using a Novel Capillary MAbPacRP Column
Proteomics  Capillary Chromatography for Therapeutic Proteins and Their Subunit Analysis Using MAbPacRP Column
Proteomics  Developments in Real-Time Search on an Orbitrap Tribrid Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics  Integration of Msstats TMT into Proteome Discoverer Using the Scripting Node
Proteomics  Comprehensive and Robust Proteome Profiling using Online-2D NanoLC coupled to the Orbitrap Exploris 480 MS
Proteomics  Pushing the Limits of Sensitivity: Micropillar Array-Based Chromatography Coupled to a Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Proteomics  High Dynamic Range Proteome Analysis with BoxCar DIA and Super-Resolution Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry
Proteomics  Turnkey, Multi-pathway Signaling Analysis Using a Synthetic Phosphopeptide Panel, Standardized Sample Preparation Kits
Proteomics  An Optimized Sample Preparation Method of Formalin-Fixed Paraffin-Embedded Tissues for Mass Spec Applications
Proteomics  Optimization of Sample Preparation and Off-Line High pH Reversed-Phase Fractionation for TMT Pro-Labeled Proteomics Samples
Proteomics  EasyPep Sample Preparation Technology for Rapid and Efficient Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics
Proteomics  Quantitative Analysis of Ras and AKT Signaling Pathways using a SureQuant Targeted MS Workflow
Proteomics  LC-MS/MS System Suitability Evaluation with Automated Data Processing for Protein Analysis in a Regulated Environment
Proteomics  Activated-Ion Electron Transfer Dissociation Enables Electron-Based Dissociation Following Proton Transfer Charge Reduction
Proteomics  Leveraging the extended instrument capabilities of a Tribrid MS using Real-time PTM localization
Proteomics  Sensitive and High-throughput Single-cell Proteomics Workflow on New Quadrupole-Ion Trap-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer with FAIMS Separation
Proteomics  Robust Label Free Proteomics Performance with New Orbitrap Exploris 240 with Improved Separation
Proteomics  Determination of Collision Cross Sections of Proteins using Frequency Domain Linewidths
Proteomics  Top-Down Analysis of Intact Antibodies under Denatured and Native Conditions on the Omnitrap Platform
Proteomics  Separating the Wheat from the Chaff: Prediction-Assisted Rescoring of Peptidic Fragment Ion Spectra
Proteomics  The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: when Statistics Tells you to Throw Away Peptide IDs
Proteomics  New Strategy for Bacterial Species Identification in Urinary Tract Infection using Artificial Intelligence on Ultrafast LC-MSMS-DIA runs
Technology Hardware  A Robust C-Trap Ion Injection Method Incorporating Electrodynamic Squeezing
Technology Hardware  Origins and Mitigation of Unwanted Dissociation of Fragile Analyte Ions in Compact Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometers
Technology Hardware  Common Sources of Contaminants Observed When Calibrating an Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer And How to Avoid Them
Technology Hardware  Comparison of Orbitrap Mass Accuracy Using External and Internal Lock Mass Correction Methods
Technology Hardware  Characterization of Ocean Realms and Life Signatures (CORALS) Prototype

ASMS Reboot featured presentations

Proteomics

  • Khatereh Motamedchaboki, Ph.D., Thermo Fisher Scientific
  • Prof. Ryan Kelly, Brigham Young University

BioPharma

  • Prof. Jonathan Bones, NIBRT
  • Dan Bach Kristensen, Ph.D., Symphogen
  • Jennifer Sutton, Ph.D., Thermo Fisher Scientific

Metabolomics

  • Philip Lorenzi, Ph.D., MD Anderson Cancer Center
  • Prof. Tim Garrett, University of Florida

Environmental Testing and Food Safety

  • Prof. Lee Ferguson, Duke University
  • Laura Burns, Iowa State University
  • Charles Yang, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Clinical Research

  • Aditya Malkar, Ph.D., Owlstone Medical
  • Prof. Tony Hu, Tulane University
  • Xiaolei Xie, Ph.D., Thermo Fisher Scientific