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Ask the Expert — an educational and interactive series for lab professionals by Thermo Fisher Scientific, the world leader in serving science.

The scientific community, with expertise in discoveries, breakthrough and innovations, is being pushed to deal with challenges daily. Our best efforts always come from collaboration and sharing of information and expertise. We hear that you need to cut down your hours in the lab on analysis and get the results fast. Yes, we know that as lab professionals, you face a multitude of challenges including productivity, flexibility, sensitivity, reproducibility, ease of operation and compliance.

With this in mind, we bring together some of the leading experts we know, to hear from you and help you by sharing more to overcome your lab challenges. “Ask the Expert” is a series of 30-minute webinars and 30-minute live Q&A sessions that will address your concerns in the laboratory. Whether it is about chromatography, mass spectrometry or trace elemental analysis, this group will sound off regularly on questions about overcoming obstacles, weigh in on latest technology and even what books sit on their nightstands—and they will share responses in this virtual town square.

Panelists: Darren Barrington-Light Senior Product Marketing Manager Enterprise Chromatography Data Systems Thermo Fisher Scientific Holger Franz Manager, HPLC Product Management Thermo Fisher Scientific

Simple to the CORE – The new Thermo Scientific Vanquish Core HPLC system

Built upon the innovative Vanquish platform, the new Vanquish Core HPLC system provides exceptional analytical precision, detector sensitivity, and operational simplicity to enable unprecedented reliability and robustness. Designed specifically for routine analysis laboratories. Addressing the benefits of our exceptional technology.

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Questions and Answers

In the spirit of collaboration, sharing of information and expertise, these are some of the questions that were raised in the session and henceforth, responses from our Experts. If you have more questions with regard to the topic, please fill in your enquiry here.

Event: Simple to the CORE – The new Thermo Scientific Vanquish Core HPLC system

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How can this Technology be more easy for students? Chromeleon CDS can support academic learning through streamlined workflows using eWorkflows. This simplifies sequence setup and ensures correct methods and reports are used for each anaylsis. With Chromeleon 7.3 CDS, students can install it on their own PCs, get a 60 day temporary license, take their data on e.g. a thumb drive in CMBX format and analyse this data remotely, offline.
How fast does HPLC show the result when having mixture of two different molecules in the solution? How about with both having different solubility in the solvent? The time it takes to separate two analytes depends on the nature of the compounds and the combination of mobile and stationary phase. If only simple separation is required, it is possible to complete it in less than a minute. Separations of very similar compounds might not even be completed after 30 minutes or more.
What happens if my sample solvent is stronger or weaker than my mobile phase? Injecting a weaker-eluting solvent, for instance a water-rich solvent, in reversed phase HPLC typically has a positive effect. Analytes are enriched at the head of the column until the eluting takes effect. This typically leads to narrower peaks and therefore better peak resolution. With a stronger eluting sample solvent, for instance methanol for RP chromatography, early eluting peaks might show a fronting. The extent of the effect depends on the injection volume and the column volume. It can also play a role in method transfer. With Vanquish Core we published an application note that helps with how to deal with this.
How long will HPLC systems be supported and tests ranges extended in the era of Tandem Mass Spec? A great thing about Vanquish Core is the flexibility of the platform. One can easily combine different types of pumps and add-ons; for instance column switching valves. Vanquish Core will therefore also be able to support tandem mass spec analyses. The software infrastructure to support this will be available in the near future. With respect to the time, Vanquish Core is technically supported with spares and wears: The product has just been launched and will remain on the market for several years. From the time the product is no longer manufactured, Thermo Fisher Scientific guarantees at least 7 years of full product support.
Is Vanquish core suitable for small labs?

Is there a requirement of minimum samples analyzed each day to have optimum benefit from the system?

Can it be controlled from desktop PC like CM7 software?
Chromeleon 7.3 CDS is the recommended software for the Vanquish Core HPLC. It supports working locally on a single PC and also remote working via a network so the instrument can be controlled and monitored from an office along with data processing and reporting
How do you check for reproducibility and robustness? The Chromeleon ICH Method Validation Extension Pack provides everything you need to perform reproducibility and robustness testing with predefined report templates to automate reporting.
Can you explain about UHPLC?  Is it robust and reliable? UHPLC was commercialized in 2004. Since then, we as a manufacturer have seen an initial adoption of the technology in research and development laboratories. Meanwhile, the pressure capabilities of most routine HPLC instruments have increased to at least 600 bar (8700 psi). A typical approach is to recommend 80% of the pressure capabilities of an HPLC instrument as maximum pressure for permanent use. With Vanquish Core, 700 bar therefore provides you with 480 bar (7000 psi) permanent pressure. The instrument is in fact designed to support this very well. UHPLC columns are based on the use of sub-2 µm particles. One of the issues with that is that the interstitual spaces are smaller than for conventional HPLC columns. These columns therefore require suitable filtering of solvents and samples to prevent clogging. My personal opinion is that many old HPLC applications can run faster using solid core particles of for instance 2.5 - 3.0 µm particle size, for instance in 3 mm i.d. columns. It is a great compromise for routine, providing much better performance than 5 µm particles in 4.6 mm i.d. columns and are not as likely to clog as sub-2 µm particle columns.
Is there a difference if I run a similar sample using the same column and same method on UHPLC as to compare to the same on HPLC? What are the differences? Yes, there is. UHPLC columns use sub-2 µm particles that are more efficient than conventional HPLC columns, filled for instance with 5 µm particles. With UHPLC columns it is possible to achieve the same level of separation in a shorter time. A side effect is higher operating pressure, therefore the instrument must be suitable for these higher pressures. Another side effect can be that the interstitual volume between the particles of the column s smaller compared to HPLC columns. To avoid clogging, a suitable solvent and sample filtering is important or robust operation.
Compared to the previous HPLC model, what is new technology introduced in the Vanquish CORE system? Any improvement done on the solvent monitoring system? The Vanquish Core webinar (available here) offered a good overview on the long list of new features of the Vanquish Core system. The solvent level monitoring system is introduced with Vanquish Core, and is compatible with the rest of the Vanquish platforms.
How is the performance of the Vanquish Core HPLC system comparable to that of  Water;s or Shimadzu's Pinnacle series systems? Vanquish Core is the most modern routine HPLC instrument. It offers a higher level of performance and dependability than any other HPLC instrument. Some highlights are the superior hardware design, diagnostics, solvent level monitoring, method transfer features and the flexibility of the instrument. Our testers confirmed that Vanquish Core allows them to do their job more reliable and more efficient than with previous, other vendor instruments.
What can be done if the Vanquish Core system encounters an error? The instrument is designed in an intuitive way. It provides tools supporting novice users. In case of error or questions, we have a very strong team of supporters and engineers to help.
How to get good resolution and sensitivity for the separation using buffer in mobile phase system? This is really about how to design a separation. I can recommend the book "Practical HPLC Method Development" from Kirkland, Snyder and Glajch that provides a great overview over all factors that play a role.
How many compounds can be analyzed efficiently in one run? This very much depends on the nature of the column and the separation setup. Typical HPLC  runs separate up to 10-15 compounds. Examples can be found here: https://appslab.thermofisher.com/
Panelists: Matthew Cassap Product Marketing Specialist TEA Thermo Fisher Scientific Sebastian Weyermann Product Manager ICP-OES Thermo Fisher Scientific Nora Bartsch Product Specialist ICP-OES Thermo Fisher Scientific

Perform Like a Pro: Fast ICP-OES Analysis with the Latest Advances

This webcast will focus on the most recent advances in Inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES), address challenges such as ability to analyze high matrix samples restricted to radial only instruments, balance between speed and sensitivity that are faced by analytical chemists and ensure that these challenges are no longer barriers to your trace elemental analysis.

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Panelist: Christopher Pohl Vice President, Chromatography Chemistry Thermo Fisher Scientific

Column Selection and Troubleshooting in Ion Chromatography

With so many different ion chromatography columns, it can be confusing to choose the right column. Join Christopher Pohl, Vice President, Chromatography Chemistry in the Chromatography & Mass Spectrometry Division of Thermo Fisher Scientific, as he reviews basic column options, the use of virtual column as a means of selecting a column, optimum column selection depending upon sample characteristics and some of the newest columns.

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Panelists: Daniela Cavagnino Product Marketing Manager, GC/GCMS Thermo Fisher Scientific Cristina Jacob Product Marketing Manager, LSMS Thermo Fisher Scientific Richard Fussell Global Marketing Manager, Food and Beverage Thermo Fisher Scientific

Automated online µSPE clean-up to improve efficiency, robustness and productivity in LC- and GC-MS/MS analysis of pesticide residues

The trend for multi-residue pesticide analysis is towards faster, simpler, more generic methods of extraction with minimal, if any, clean-up to facilitate higher sample throughput. This webinar will describe a new automated and optimized online miniaturized cartridge clean-up providing more effective clean-up of QuEChERS extracts to overcome the analytical challenges faced by laboratories undertaking pesticides residues analysis.


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Panelists: Shanhua Lin, Ph.D. Director, Research and Development Chromatography Columns and Consumables Thermo Fisher Scientific

Advances in Column Technology and Universal Separation Platform for Analysis of Monoclonal Antibodies (mAbs)

Biopharmaceuticals such as monoclonal antibodies are complex and consequently the array of tools and techniques required to fully characterize them is extensive. The webinar offer comprehensive overview of the advanced column technology in biopharmaceutical characterization developed by Thermo Fisher Scientific: including size exclusion, ion-exchange, hydrophobic interaction, and reversed phase chromatography.


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Panelists: Frank Steiner Senior Manager of Product Applications Thermo Fisher Scientific Carsten Paul Marketing Manager of HPLC group Thermo Fisher Scientific

Concepts for Application of New Instrument and Software Features for the Transfer of EP and USP Methods in HPLC

The transfer of an analytical HPLC method between different instruments in regulated routine laboratories can be challenging. Similar difficulties can be faced when a laboratory reproduces methods from pharmacopeia monographs, typically on instruments different from those used for the monograph publication.
This webcast details out how new and fully compliant technologies can deliver matching chromatograms in method transfer between different HPLC instrument

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Questions and Answers

In the spirit of collaboration, sharing of information and expertise, these are some of the questions that were raised in the session and henceforth, responses from our Experts. If you have more questions with regard to the topic, please fill in your enquiry here.

Event: Concepts for Application of New Instrument and Software Features for the Transfer of EP and USP Methods in HPLC

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What would be the main focus if we have the HPLC method and would want to apply in UPLC instrument? If you want to apply an existing method running on a new UHPLC (identical to UPLC, which is a Waters Coporation trademark) instrument this means normnally you want to accelerate you method. This means you change the column format (often 4.6 mm with 5 µm particale) to lower inner diamter columns (2.1 mm) and sub 2 µm column particle size. In such case, the gradient table, injection volume and flow rate need to be changed. To accomplish this there are great online tools avaialble will do the match for you. In Chromeleon CDS you can calculate these change directly from your existing method and apply this new method to you instrument.

However, if you would like to use the identical column (4.6 mm ID) you check two main aspects. Becasue the dispersion of a modern UHPLC instrument is way less than stnadrd HPLC instrument you need to take care of any solvent mismatches that might occure when for instance injecting high organic samples (stronger elution strength than eluent). In addition, due to the narrow tubing care should be taken to only work with really clean and completely dissolved ssamples oion order to avoid clogging of the tubing.
How to decrease the sample concentration and volume for analysis if we have small amount of prepared samples? There are multiple ways how to reduce the amount of sample needed for the analysis with a liquid chromatograph.

1. Reduce simply the injection volume while simultaeously using high recovery vials. Using the most sensitive UV detectors (e.g. Light pipe technology) or changing to an alternative detection technology (Fluorescence, Charged Aerosol, mass detection) can help to increase the sensitivty. Concrete guidelines would depend analyte physical properties. Today´s HPLC amnd UHPLC instrument can inject volumes as low as 1 µL or even below reproducible.
2. Lower injection volumes are generally needed when going from standard bore 4.6 mm columns to smaller ID columns such as 2.1 mm, 1mm or even smaller ID columns.

Within the portfolio of Thermo Scientific LC instrument we have instruments for all of these applications (use Chromeleon or online calculator)
The common LC Method Transfer Calculator only able to convert between column type, method condition such as flow and gradient table of mobile phase. I'm having trouble to transfer the existing method to other size column which the method come with FLD detection programme with a set of excitation/emission wavelengths between time (eg ISO 15753-2016 method). To develop the most sensitive FLD detection method our fluorescence detectors enable a 3D flied acquisition to determine optimal excitation and emmission wavelength. Detailed guidelines can be found in this method development handbook .
What is the challenge to get good accuracy during the method transfer involving instruments from different vendors or with different configurations? Vanquish HPLC and UHPLC systems are built to optimze the analytical precision. In order to match the previous analysis on a new instrument e.g. A Vanquish Core instrument, we implemented a couple of unique features to make that transfer as easy as possible.
1. Tunable Gradient Delay Volume to adopt the GDV of the previous instrument
2. Variable column thermostatting options
3. Custom injection programs to deal with high organic strength samples
Can HPLC can be applied for the invention of new drugs? HPLC is a tool that is extremly widely used in pharmaceutical research. This technique is needed to qualitatively and quantitatively characterize samples. This includes drug candidate analysis with often an LC-MS instrument as well as to control the quality during pharmaceutical production
challenges while analytical method developed on UPLC and transferring on normal HPLC system. Transferring a method that was originally developed on an UHPLC instrument and now needs to be transferred to a standard HPLC instrument can be challenging but depends on the used column format. For instance if the method developed on the UHPLC is using a HPLC like 4.6 mm column, there will be little problems to transfer the method. However, if the method is based for instance on a 2.1 mm column with 1.9 µm particle the problems might be more visible. The most severe challenges will be the overall system pressure (depending on column length) as well as the system dispersion. For the post column dispersion especially the flow cell volume needs attention. Also the injection volumes are often small for UHPLC analysis. It needs to be checked if the HPLC instrument is able to deal with this. The best HPLC instrument on the market to also run UHPLC kind of applications is the Vanquish Core instrument. This instrument as pressure limit of 700 bars, post column dispersion characteristics can be easily changes by using fingertight Viper fitting and low volume flow cells and the autosampler is able to inject typical UHPLC sample volumes.
Method and condition replication to achieve robustness in another laboratory for method validation of a newly developed analysis method. The Chromeleon ICH Method Validation pack provides everything you need to perform reprodcibility and rebostness testing with predifined and automoated reporting during your method development process. In addition, dedicated software tools, for instance AutoRobust from Chromsword, are tested to work with Thermo Scientific LC instruments and accelerate the method development process
How does sample pre mixing with mobile phase help improve the peak shape? Sample premixing aims to reduce the elution power of the sample which is a common cause for poor peak shapes, besides any column effects. With a lower elution power the sample can be focused on the column head. With this dilution approach the analyte concentration will be decreased and thus need a higher injection volume. A best first appropach would be to keep the mass on column of the analyte constant. Care most be taken that the analytes are still soluble in the weaker mobile phase and do not preticipate
What's the most remarkable thing about this technology? Vanquish Core has several features to facilitate the transfer of methods, so bringing an existing method to a new instrument such as the Vanquish Core. This is:
- a freely tunable gradient delay volume to match the gradient delay volume of other common HPLC instruments
- multiple column thermostatting options to mimic other vendor thermostatting concepts
- Custom Inject Programs for in needle sample dilution prior to injection
In the case of analysis of additives in emulsion and aqueous samples, there are difficulties such as insolubility and precipitation during pretreatment. Please advise any helpful tips or measurement considerations. For liquid chromatography it is mandatory to have the analyte dissolved. Thermodynamic and kinetic considerations need to be taken. Common advices such as ultrosonic bath, heating etc need to be evaluated in a case by case study
How effective is method transfer for herbal products? The challenge for herbal products is the complexity of the sample and chromatogram. Vanquish Core is the best instrument for such transfer as it comes with a unique feature set to make the method transfer as easy as possible
How do we identify the method used in sample running? Chromeleon CDS provides a sequence table with all samples used and the respective instrument methods. Chromeleon audit trail features will log all this data so that any time the instrument details for a particular sample can be reviewed.
1. Which items should/must be included in the comparasion protocol/report? (linearity, solution stability, Robutness, specificity..and so on.)
2. (continuted), how to set the criteria?
3. Can Thermo help to study the comparsion report and validate?
For detailed answers we would need to get more details. However, in general Thermo Scietific HPLC experts are happy to help with the transfer of analytical methods to Thermo Scientific HPLC systems. Contact our HPLC experts now.
How to overcome the issue of sample denaturation due to less stable in unfavorable environment in HPLC? The common causes that accelerate sample degradation are temperature, light induced oxidation or oxidation caused by air oxygen. To remove the temperature effect all our autosampler can be ordered with a very effective cooling option. Minimizing the light effect can be done by turning of the light in the autosampler or using brown glass vials. For oxidation caused by oxygen is probably the hardest to fix. Filling the vials under an nitrogen atmosphere might help here. Quality of vials and closures are also something to consider. Thermo Scientific offers a broad range of excellent vials, well plates and closures.
How to minimize the deviations in the chromatograms? Are there usefull ways to make the chromatogram always consistent? There are three considerations I would list:
1. Differences in gradient delay volume. Here Vanquish Core is the only instrument available that can physically change the gradient delay volume seemlessly on a microliter scale
2. Differences in pre or post column dispersion. For pre-column dispersion Vanquish LC systems offer Customer Injection Programs to to for instance dilute high orgnic samples. For post column dispersion, the biggest influence comes from the flow cell. Here we provide different flow cell volumes
3. Thermostatting. This is the mode of thermostatting but also if the eluent is pre-heated or not. Vanquish Core offer multiple heating modes and pre-heating option to mimic all of these
What are the top three considerations when transferring a method between HPLCs of different manufactures? There are three considerations I would list:
1. Differences in gradient delay volume. Here Vanquish Core is the only instrument available that can physically change the gradient delay volume seemlessly on a microliter scale
2. Differences in pre or post column dispersion. For pre-column dispersion Vanquish LC systems offer Customer Injection Programs to to for instance dilute high orgnic samples. For post column dispersion, the biggest influence comes from the flow cell. Here we provide different flow cell volumes
3. Thermostatting. This is the mode of thermostatting but also if the eluent is pre-heated or not. Vanquish Core offer multiple heating modes and pre-heating option to mimic all of these
For EP/USP method transfer, what are some verification parameters that we should be aware of? In general there are no regulatory guidelines on which parameter need to be measured. In any case, it is important to work out beforehand a clear method trasnfer plan with pre-defined acceptance criteria such as area precision, LOD, linearity, robustness, specificty etc. Also statistical analysis are important and different approaches exists. The Chromeleon ICH Method Validation pack provides everything you need to perform reprodcibility and rebustness testing with predifined and automoated reporting during your method development process.
What are some of the basic instrument care that have to be taken into consideration when we do method transfer? When doing a method transfer with Vanquish Core no special care has to be taken for instrument. The Method transfer kit is an optional part for the Vanquish Core HPLC system. This part will help to have a broader range of gradient delay volume for mimicing other instruments. Thus we recommend this optional part for the purpose of method transfer.
What are some ways for method and condition replication to achieve robustness in another laboratory for method validation of a newly developed analysis method? We recommend thorough robustness testing during the method velopment process. Typical parameters to check are influence of varifying pH value, different column lots etc
What are regulatory guidelines over method transfers between various vendor instruments? What changes are allowed in hardware/software parameters? In the method transfer for HPLC section of general chapter <621> in the USP41, modifications of the method are tolerated within limits. For the gradient delay volume (named dwell volume in the USP) it is stated that, if adjustments are necessary, change in column packing (maintaining the same chemistry), the duration of an initial isocratic hold (when prescribed), and/or gradient delay volume adjustments are allowed.” This means that changes of the gradient delay volume as done by the method transfer kit are explicitly approved as a suitable tool for method transfer. For the approach with Vanquish Core the gradient delay volume can be altered with any need for re-qualification of the instrument as now part are exchanged. The settings to change the gradient delay volume are tracked in the instrument audit trail.
How to optimize the auto/manual integration during the method transfer of one brand of HPLC to Thermo UHPLC? Chromatography Data systems has can integrate peaks in multiple ways. The unique SmartPeaks of Chromeleon CDS feature would even show a comparison of different integration procedures. This way difference comming for instance from a valley to valley or drop perpendiculum integration can be directly compared.
Panelists: Dr. Cook Thermo Fisher Scientific

Updating your Peptide Mapping and Glycan analysis for Therapeutic proteins

Peptide mapping is a fundamental workflow that is required to ensure that the bio-therapeutics structural integrity is maintained at all stages of the drug development pipeline. This is required for the maintenance of drug efficacy and patient safety. This webcast details how new technologies can deliver peptide mapping.


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Isotope Fingerprints for Environmental Investigations

Natural and synthetic materials have a fingerprint, a unique chemical signature that allows them to be identified and differentiated from one another. Consequently, we are able to interrogate samples, chemically, to determine where they came from, allowing measures to be developed and executed to reduce and remove environmental pollution.
In this presentation we explain how stable isotope fingerprints of carbon, nitrogen, sulphur, oxygen and hydrogen are used to identify the origin of air, soil and water pollution.


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Looking for the Right Technique for Your Trace Elemental Analysis?

This webcast series will provide you with the knowledge needed to choose the right tool for your elemental analysis, including atomic absorption (AA), inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) and ICP-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).


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Looking for the Right Technique for Your Trace Elemental Analysis?

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Isotope Fingerprints for Environmental Investigations

Natural and synthetic materials have a fingerprint, a unique chemical signature that allows them to be identified and differentiated from one another. Consequently, we are able to interrogate samples, chemically, to determine where they came from, allowing measures to be developed and executed to reduce and remove environmental pollution.
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Updating your Peptide Mapping and Glycan analysis for Therapeutic proteins

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Concepts for Application of New Instrument and Software Features for the Transfer of EP and USP Methods in HPLC

The transfer of an analytical HPLC method between different instruments in regulated routine laboratories can be challenging. Similar difficulties can be faced when a laboratory reproduces methods from pharmacopeia monographs, typically on instruments different from those used for the monograph publication.
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극성물질 분석을 위한 HPLC column selection

HPLC 분석을 위한 효과적인 분석 방법과 극성 물질 분석을 위한 column selection 소개.





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Automated online µSPE clean-up to improve efficiency, robustness and productivity in LC- and GC-MS/MS analysis of pesticide residues

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Rapid Photometric Detection for Food & Beverage Applications

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Different Sample Preparation Approaches for Food Safety Applications

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Rapid Photometric Detection for Environmental Applications

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Proteomic Music from Biological Noise

Dr. Pierre Thibault presented a simple, new step to their existing workflow with the addition of a novel gas phase ion fractionation device to increase proteome coverage and confidence in global proteome profiling. This study will highlight the advantages of the Thermo Scientific FAIMS Pro device in quantitative proteomics using SILAC and TMT labelling to improve the accuracy, precision, and comprehensiveness of quantitative measurements.

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Instant Answer: All the Data in Half the Time Using a Real-time Database Search for Isobaric Labeling Studies

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Mass Spectrometry in Proteomics

Join thought leaders and peers at the proteomicsNOW virtual conference to learn about the latest advances in proteomics, share best practices, and explore new technologies and techniques designed to help improve your research results.

This event highlights recent developments in proteomics through live webinars, lightning talks, poster sessions, and panel discussions. Since we know how hard it is to set aside long periods of time to watch groundbreaking scientific talks, the event is available on demand as well.

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GLP施設におけるLC-MSMSでのDI対応

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Retention of Polar Substances using Thermo Scientific HILIC and Hypercarb Columns

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HPLC Column Troubleshooting Part 2

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HPLC Column Selectivity Made Easy

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Organic Impurity Analysis Workflows

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Orbitrap GC-MS - Unknowns discovery workflows for the characterization of e-cigarette liquids

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New Analytical Workflow for the Analysis of Anionic Pesticides

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Multi-Class Pesticide Quantitation with a Comprehensive Workflow

This presentation describes the development and implementation of a comprehensive multi-class pesticides method based on LC-MS/MS using a generic QuEChERS sample preparation. The method was validated in wine and olive oil to demonstrate applicability to several matrices. The method detection limits obtained were compliant with EU SANTE/11813/2017 guidelines.

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Fausto Pigozzo Director of Workflow Development Thermo Fisher Scientific

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Richard Jack, Ph.D. Senior Director of Vertical Marketing Thermo Fisher Scientific

Understand Product Quality Attributes of Biotherapeutics through a Multi-Attribute Method (MAM) Lab-of-the-Future

Watch this webinar to learn how MS-based MAM provides simultaneous detection, identification, quantitation and quality control (monitoring) of PQAs. The webinar covers how a dedicated team at Pfizer developed a multi-site “Lab-of-the-Future” for streamlined MAM analyses.

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Simple to the CORE – The new Thermo Scientific Vanquish Core HPLC system

Built upon the innovative Vanquish platform, the new Vanquish Core HPLC system provides exceptional analytical precision, detector sensitivity, and operational simplicity to enable unprecedented reliability and robustness. Designed specifically for routine analysis laboratories. Addressing the benefits of our exceptional technology.

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Speaker: Dr. Sheng Zhang Director, Proteomics Facility and Metabolomics Facility Cornell University

High throughput identification of novel tomato flavonoids by a structure-based profiling and annotation Workflow

In this webinar we will discuss a structure-based profiling and annotation workflow used to investigate the flavonoid composition of peels and isolated cuticles in tomato fruit. Specifically, we will compare flavonoid profiles in wild type fruit with those of CRISPR-Cas9 genome edited lines in which the expression of three putative flavonoid transporters were eliminated.

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Speakers: Lee Ferguson Associate Professor Duke University Abigail Joyce Research Scientist Duke University

Latest mass spectrometry-based trends for identifying and quantifying unknown PFAS compounds

In this webinar, Drs. Lee Ferguson and Abigail Joyce from Duke University discuss a Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer-based method used to demystify unknown PFAS compounds in drinking water.

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Speaker: Jesper Olsen Professor, University of Copenhagen

Improving Proteome Coverage and Peptide Identification Rates in Short LC Gradients

In this webcast, the speaker will present first impressions of the Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 480 mass spectrometer equipped with a Thermo Scientific FAIMS Pro interface for shotgun proteomics. The performance of the new instrument is evaluated in data-dependent acquisition (DDA) and data-independent acquisition (DIA)* modes with fast scanning HCD methods in combination with front-end Field Asymmetric Ion Mobility Spectrometry (FAIMS).

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Speaker: Daniel Talbot Ion Chromatography Applications Specialist Thermo Fisher Scientific

Ion Chromatography Tips and Tricks

In this webinar you will hear directly from an IC Specialist who will share vital tips and tricks to ensure you are getting the most from your Ion Chromatography instrument.

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Speaker: Dr. Detlef Jensen European Ion Chromatography Expert Thermo Fisher Scientific

Ion Chromatography Column Selection

Have you ever wondered why there are so many different types of ion chromatography column? Which columns should you choose and what difference does it make to your analyses. Let us help you. This tutorial is broken up into chapters, so you can work through at your leisure or pick and choose the relevant parts you want to listen to.

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Lab Validation and Performance Requirements for the Analysis of PFAS Compounds in Drinking Water

Presenters from Pacific Rim Laboratories and Thermo Fisher Scientific will provide an overview of PFAS analysis using MS/MS for compliance monitoring methods and look at the requirements for the analysis of PFAS in water and soil.

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Perform Like a Pro: Fast ICP-OES Analysis with the Latest Advances

This webcast will focus on the most recent advances in Inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES), address challenges such as ability to analyze high matrix samples restricted to radial only instruments, balance between speed and sensitivity that are faced by analytical chemists and ensure that these challenges are no longer barriers to your trace elemental analysis.

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Non-targeted Screening for Environmental Water Quality Monitoring

In this on-demand webinar, Dr. Andrea Brunner of KWR discusses emerging contaminants and associated challenges and solutions of non-targeted screening for environmental water quality monitoring.

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Pharma 4.0-Virtual Learning Series and Live Video Forums

Thermo Fisher Scientific, in collaboration with Separation Science, has developed a virtual learning series with thought leaders from across the world meeting to discuss and explore current and future trends in QbD and PAT and their impact on the laboratory of the future and its connection to manufacturing.


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Live video forum - Lab of the Future

15 September, 2020 - starting at 12.30pm IST / 3pm SGT / 4pm JST

Topic Content Presenter
The Lab of the Future The new R&D model and the opportunities from game-changing technologies herald a transformation of the laboratory, enabling scientists to deliver the next generation of treatments to patients with speed & efficiency. This Forum will ask key experts questions relating to best practice, successful incorporation of new technologies, collaboration, and innovation. Considering the shift from batch-based manufacture to continuous processing and how the laboratory moves to the line to allow real-time testing. What impact will this have on the development and QC laboratories of the future?
• Allowing participants to discuss and debate best practice with industry peers aiming to drive the successful incorporation of new technologies and thinking into the lab to enable collaboration, foster innovation and deliver new medicines
• When considering the shift from batch-based manufacture to continuous processing the laboratory moves to the line to allow real-time testing
• What impact will this have on the development and QC laboratories of the future
Moderator
• Ernie Hillier (Principal, EJH Consulting, USA)


Panelists
• Jared Auclair (Northeastern University Biopharmaceutical Analysis & Training Lab)
• Prof. Martin Warman (UK Medicine Manufacturing Innovation Centre)
• Shaun Quinn (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
• Malcolm Berry (Chemistry Consulting, UK)
• Richard Ladd (Laddavis Scientific Consultancy Ltd)

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Pharma 4.0-Virtual Learning Series and Live Video Forums

Thermo Fisher Scientific與Separation Science合作舉辦線上論壇,來自世界各地的商務領袖將討論並探索QbD和PAT的現狀與未來趨勢、其對未來實驗室的影響及與製造的聯繫。PHARMA 4.0將匯集來自產業界、學術界和法規界的參與者,討論醫藥和生物技術產品的開發和製造的最新發展、未來趨勢、挑戰和解決方案。


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圓桌論壇 - 未來實驗室

2020年9月15日– 台灣時間下午3點開始

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未來實驗室 新研發模型和創新技術所帶來的機會預示著實驗室的變革,科學家能夠快速高效地為患者提供新一代治療方法。此論壇將由專家探討有關最佳實踐及成功整合新技術、協作和創新等問題。考量從批次製造到連續製程的轉變,以及實驗室如何轉移到生產線以進行即時測試。這將對未來的開發和品質控制實驗室產生什麼影響? Moderator
• Ernie Hillier Ernie Hillier (主持人, EJH Consulting, 美國)


Panelists
• Jared Auclair (美國東北大學生物製藥分析與培訓實驗室)

• Martin Warman 教授 (英國醫藥製造創新中心)
•  Shaun Quinn (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
• Malcolm Berry (Chemistry Consulting, UK)
• Richard Ladd (醫藥顧問, 英國)

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Pharma 4.0-Virtual Learning Series and Live Video Forums

サーモフィッシャーサイエンティフィックは Seperation Scienceと連携して、QbDとPATの現状および将来のトレンド、そしてそれらが未来の研究室へどのような影響を及ぼし、製造にどのようにつなげていくかについて、世界中のオピニオンリーダーと討議するバーチャルラーニングシリーズを展開します。「Pharma 4.0」は、産業界、学術界、規制当局からの参加者を集めて、医薬品やバイオテクノロジー製品の開発と製造の最新状況および将来のトレンド、課題、ソリューションについて討議できる貴重な機会を提供します。


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ライブ・ビデオ・フォーラム -未来の研究室

2020年9月15日—12:30 IST/15:00 SGT/16:00 JSTからスタート

Topic Content Presenter
未来の研究室 新しい研究開発モデルと画期的な技術は、研究室に変革をもたらし、科学者が次世代の治療法を迅速かつ効率的に患者に提供することを可能にします。このフォーラムでは、ベストプラクティス・新技術の導入の成功事例・コラボレーションおよびイノベーションに関する問題について、専門家に聞きます。大量生産から連続生産への移行と、リアルタイムの試験を可能にするために研究室がどのようにラインに組み込まれるかを考えてみましょう。これは将来の開発とQC研究室にどのような影響を与えるのでしょうか。 Moderator
• Ernie Hillier (Principal, EJH Consulting, USA)


Panelists
• Jared Auclair (Northeastern University Biopharmaceutical Analysis & Training Lab)
• Prof. Martin Warman (UK Medicine Manufacturing Innovation Centre)
• Shaun Quinn (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
• Malcolm Berry (Chemistry Consulting, UK)
• Richard Ladd (Pharmaceutical Consultant, UK)

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써모 피셔 사이언티는 Separation Science과 공동으로 전세계의 업계 리더들이 모여 현재와 미래의 QbD 및 PAT 트렌드와 그것이 미래의 실험실 및 의약품 제조에 미치는 영향을 논의하고 연구하는 온라인 강의 시리즈 를 개발했습니다. PHARMA 4.0은 업계, 학계 및 규제 기관의 참가자들이 의약품과 생명공학 제품의 개발과 제조에서의 난제 및 해결책, 앞으로의 트렌드, 최신 개발품들에 대해 토론할 수 있는 귀중한 기회가 될 것입니다.


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등록 후 온라인 강의 시리즈 및 라이브 비디오 포럼에 참석한 모든 참석들에게는 "참석 증명서"를 제공합니다.

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라이브 비디오 포럼- 미래의 실험실

2020 년 9 월 15일- 시작 시간: 오후 12시 30 (IST) / 오후 3시 (SGT) / 오후 4시 (JST)

Topic Content Presenter
미래의 실험실 새로운 R&D 모델과 혁신 기술로 인한 기회는 실험실의 변화를 예고하여 과학자들이 환자에게 차세대 치료를 신속하고 효율적으로 제공할 수 있게 합니다. 이 포럼에서는 모범 사례, 새로운 기술의 성공적인 통합, 협업 및 혁신과 관련하여 주요 전문가들에게 질문할 것입니다. Batch 기반의 제조에서 연속 공정으로 전환하고 실험실이 실시간 테스트를 위해 라인으로 이동하는 방법을 소개합니다. 이것이 개발 그리고 미래의 QC 실험실에 어떤 영향을 미칠까요? Moderator
• Ernie Hillier (미국 EJH Consulting 사장)


Panelists
• Jared Auclair (북동부 BATL(바이오 제약 분석 및 교육 연구소) 소장)

• Prof. Martin Warman (Martin Warman Consultancy Ltd 및 Strathclyde 대학교 임상 교수)
• Shaun Quinn (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
• Malcolm Berry (Chemistry Consulting, UK)
• Richard Ladd (영국 의약품 컨설턴트)

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Thermo Fisher Scientific

A Virtual LCMS Conference Designed for the Masses: your fast track to confident results

Welcome to the Thermo Fisher Scientific virtual LCMS Conference – an exclusive event on state-of-the-art mass spectrometry with a focus on Orbitrap technology and beyond. The switch between exploration and targeted quantitation has never been easier. Scale up your research and translate your results more rapidly and simply than ever before.

Join us at our virtual conference to:
• Attend plenary presentation by Professor Alexander Makarov – “Designing the Smallest Ever Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer for New HRAM Applications”.
• Learn and gain valuable insights from mass spectrometry experts about Orbitrap mass spectrometry technology and the applications it enables.
• Explore the LCMS portfolio and meet the expanded Orbitrap Exploris MS systems in our Exhibit Hall and dedicated booths.
• Venture into our poster vault for numerous poster presentations.
• Learn about new releases and more

On-demand conference presentations will be available in English, 日本語 and 한국어.

Virtual LCMS Conference Agenda

Explore sessions tailored to your interest:

English

Designing the Smallest Ever Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer for New HRAM Applications
Professor 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 Orbitrap Exploris 120
Dr. Ed George | Thermo Fisher Scientific
Proteomics on Orbitrap Exploris 240 MS - Moving beyond peptide IDs - A New, Versatile and Robust Compact Benchtop Orbitrap For Quantitative Proteomics Applications
Dr. Peter Mowlds | Thermo Fisher Scientific
Analysis of Nitrosamines on Thermo Scientific Q Exactive Plus and Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 120
Dr. Olaf Scheibner | Thermo Fisher Scientific
Orbitrap and the IDX platform: The Foundation of Scientific Confidence, Versatility and Excellence for RASL
Paul Zahra | Racing Analytical Services Limited (RASL)
Co-presenter Dr. Steve Binos | Thermo Fisher Scientific
Next-generation Orbitrap Exploris Mass Spectrometers for sensitive Qualitative and Quantitative PFAS analysis
Dr. Neville Llewellyn | Thermo Fisher Scientific
MS-based Clinical Proteomics Workflow from Discovery to Validation
Dr. Sanjeeva Srivastava | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai
Identification of Bioactive Compounds using LC-HRAM-MS for Food Authentication
Dr. Hong-Jhang Chen | National Taiwan University

日本語 | Japanese

DIAによる超深度プロテオーム解析への挑戦
川島 祐介 (Dr. Kawashima Yusuke) | 公益財団法人かずさDNA研究所 (Kazusa DNA Research Institute)
網羅的な同定から定量まで、Orbitrap Exploris 240によるプロテオミクス アプリケーションのご紹介
渡邊 史生 (Mr. Watanabe Shio) | サーモフィッシャーサイエンティフィック株式会社 (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
Orbitrap Exploris シリーズによる定量アプリケーションのご紹介
山元 良馬 (Mr. Yamamoto Ryoma) | サーモフィッシャーサイエンティフィック株式会社 (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
探索からルーチンまでカバーするバイオ医薬品特性解析ソリューションのご紹介~ウイルス、抗体から核酸まで~
肥後 大輔 (Mr. Higo Daisuke) | サーモフィッシャーサイエンティフィック株式会社 (Thermo Fisher Scientific)
新製品のご紹介:低分子定性に有用な機能とソフトウエアのご紹介
石橋 愛実 (Ms. Ishibashi Megumi) | サーモフィッシャーサイエンティフィック株式会社 (Thermo Fisher Scientific)

한국어| Korean

HRAM Orbitrap 기술을 이용한 프로테오믹스 연구 소개
Dr. Jong-Seo Kim | Seoul National University (Center for RNA Research, IBS)

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