LC and LCMS webinars Week 48
LabRulez: LC and LCMS webinars Week 48
In the week from November 29, 2021, the following webinars await you in the field of LC and LCMS. More DETAILS and REGISTRATION can be found in the WEBINARS section.:
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1. Waters Corporation: AQbD Symposium - Day 1 - Regulatory changes in Analytical Development
USP and BP Pharmacopeias recently announced new General Chapters. You will also learn how Empower Method Validation Manager (MVM) continues to be the perfect tool for this new validation guideline.
2. Separation Science/Agilent Technologies: Facilitating Data Integrity & Compliance
Data is the raw material of decisions and claims we make and, in modern society, the basis for being considered good practitioners on actions that others can observe.
3. Waters Corporation: AQbD Symposium - Day 2 - AQbD Enhanced Method Development
Developing an analytical procedure with “the end in mind” can be successfully obtained by applying a structured and systematic approach.
4. Bruker Daltonics: How state-of-the-art mass spectrometry can improve dried blood spot analyses
The research, based on UHPLC, HRAM MS/MS analysis of dried blood spot (DBS), will highlight the importance of optimized analytical methods for the generation of high quality data for large scale metabolomic
5. Agilent Technologies: Scale Up to the Drug Discovery Fast Lane with Superficially Porous Particle Preparative LC Columns
This webinar will present strategies to maximize resolution while increasing sample throughput and demonstrate how labs can capitalize on superficially porous particles in preparative LC columns.
6. Separation Science/Thermo Fisher Scientific: Robust, Reproducible, and Quantitative Analysis of Thousands of Proteomes by Micro-flow LC-MS/MS
This webinar offering attendees a deep understanding of the advantages and place of microLC hyphenation with high-resolution accurate mass (HRAM) MS in proteomics research.
7. Waters Corporation: AQbD Symposium - Day 3 - OOS Reduction in QC Labs Using AQbD and Method Monitoring
If the analytical procedure is developed using an AQbD approach its transfer to the QC lab is much simpler but not completely risk free.
8. SelectScience/Waters Corporation: Compliant, consistent and transferrable techniques for viral vector characterization and monitoring
Join Dr. Colette Quinn as she shares compliant, consistent and transferrable techniques for viral vector characterization and monitoring.
9. Agilent Technologies: Advances in High-throughput Mass Spectrometry. Making RapidFire MS Analyses Run Faster, with Less Sample, on 96-, 384-, and 1536-Well Plates
This webinar focuses on some of the most recent enhancements that enable RapidFire MS systems to run faster, with less sample per well, on 96-, 384-, and 1536-well plates.
10. Separation Science/Merck: How to Increase The Cost Effectiveness for HPLC Separations of Challenging and Matrix-rich Samples
Matrix-rich samples often require extensive sample preparation when analyzed with HPLC and UHPLC. A robust column material enabling a simplified sample preparation will save time and improve productivity.
11. Agilent Technologies: Application of Mass Spectrometric Techniques for Ensuring Food Integrity, Quality and Authenticity
Chromatographic and MS techniques solutions to assess food quality and maintain purity control & UHPLC/QTOF untargeted metabolomics approaches: Ensuring hazelnut geographical origin and saffron authenticity
12. Tosoh Bioscience: PolyAnalysis Forum - New Polymers with Complex Architectures
PolyAnalysis Forum - New polymers with complex architectures: why and how?
13. Waters Corporation: AQbD Symposium - Day 4 - Forced Degradation Studies: The Role of AQbD and Exact Mass
Combining the AQbD knowledge with structural information of unknown degradation products using exact mass spectrometry provides a set of new techniques previously not readily available to all pharma scientists..
14. Bruker Daltonics: Proteome analysis reveals pathways of corticoid- & shape constraint-induced transdifferentiation of the hepatic cell line HepaRG
To unravel the molecular mechanisms controlling such plasticity and HepaRG transdifferentiation abilities, the proteomes of several cell lines derived from HepaRG progenitors were compared.