LCMS webinars focusing on Consumables | LabRulez LCMS

Simplified Workflows for Glycan Analysis Combining Speed, Simplicity, and Unrivaled Sensitivity

Current challenges faced with glycan analysis, learn how to develop comprehensive workflow-based solutions.

How to advance clinical research with polymeric mixed-mode solid phase extraction

Mixed-mode polymeric extraction (SPE) fundamentals and the properties of polymeric hydrophobic interaction (reversed-phase) SPE sorbents.

Oligonucleotide Analysis: Practical Techniques and Method Development Optimization for HPLC

Chromatographic conditions for oligonucleotide analysis.

Advanced strategies in LC/MS/MS for the clean-up and the analysis of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in various matrices

In this webinar, learn about the background of PFAS and their regulations, sample preparation strategies, correct HPLC column choice, challenges in method development, and application to water and food samples.

Leveraging innovative stationary phase architectures and multi-detection strategies in biopharma and proteomics research to enhance precision, efficiency, and results

The 1st key-note presentation will explore the pursuit of enhanced chromatographic performance in low-flow applications. The second part will take us to detection technologies.

How to reduce your sample loss to significantly improve your results

We will examine how small changes to your vials & closures can lead to a big impact to your recovery rates and reproducibility in your workflow.

The Glycan Connection

Learn about Agilent's complete offering of glycan sample preparation and analysis consumables to support a comprehensive end-to-end N-glycan workflow solution.

Exploring Oligonucleotide Diversity: Insights From Multiple Modes of Chromatography

How various chromatographic techniques can be synergistically employed to achieve comprehensive oligonucleotide characterization.

New Insights on Anion Exchange and Size Exclusion of Nucleic Acids

We have explored alternative mobile phase conditions in combination with various packing materials and sorbents.

The role of chromatography and monodisperse particles in mass spectrometry-based metabolomics for disease detection

The clinical translation of metabolomics using examples of different diseases including rare diseases, cancer, and infectious diseases.