Thermo Fisher Scientific

ASMS 2017

Indianapolis, IN • June 4 – 8, 2017

Precision Mass Spectrometry: For the Scientific Rigor You Demand

Rigor is essential in science. At ASMS 2017, we continue to innovate to provide precision mass spectrometry solutions, from our groundbreaking HRAM Orbitrap instruments to our most sensitive triple quadrupole MS systems, to help you deliver rigorous results. Whether you are conducting leading edge biological research, translational medicine, or food and environmental analysis, come and meet our scientists and representatives to discuss how precision mass spectrometry delivers the highest quality measurements and turns them into rigorous results that matter.

  • Attend our annual Users’ Meeting and hear from two renowned keynote speakers as they discuss their latest research. Then join one of our four parallel application sessions to learn more about cutting edge developments in your chosen area of interest.
  • Join us for our annual Customer Appreciation Event right after the Sunday Users’ Meeting at Punch Bowl Social in the Circle Center Mall. Play arcade games, billiards, bowling, darts, wall Scrabble, and more while enjoying food, refreshments, and the company of friends and colleagues.
  • New this year! Thermo Scientific™ Compound Discoverer™ Software Users’ Meeting and Thermo Scientific™ Proteome Discoverer™/Compound Discoverer Software Node Development Workshop on Saturday, June 3.
  • In the evenings, visit our Hospitality Suite and see our latest precision mass spectrometry and software solutions. Enjoy food and refreshments while networking with your colleagues and our experts.
  • Attend our Breakfast Workshops to learn about the latest innovations in mass spectrometry technologies and solutions from Thermo Fisher Scientific experts and fellow scientists.
  • Visit us in booth 601 to see how our precision mass spectrometry solutions can help you deliver the rigorous results you demand.


Thermo Scientific Annual Users’ Meeting

Sunday, June 4, 2017
7:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

The Westin Indianapolis
241 W Washington St, Indianapolis

Register for our annual Users’ Meeting and see how precision mass spectrometry solutions, from our groundbreaking HRAM Orbitrap instruments to our most sensitive triple quadrupole MS systems, help you deliver rigorous results. Hear from renowned guest speakers during our plenary sessions, followed by four parallel tracks in life science ‘omics research, pharma/biopharma, environmental and food analysis, and translational research/precision medicine.


Grand Ballroom 1, 2, 3

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Plenary A

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5

8:00 – 9:30 a.m.

The APOLLO Cancer Moonshot Program- Applied Proteogenomics for Clinically Relevant Applications in Precision Cancer Medicine

Thomas Conrads, Ph. D.
Associate Director of Scientific Technologies
Inova Schar Cancer Institute

Plenary B

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5

8:00 – 9:30 a.m.

“There are Moments When Time does Stop”: Characterizing a Circadian Oscillator with Hybrid MS Methods and Cryo-EM

Albert Heck, Ph. D.
Netherlands Proteomics Centre & Utrecht University

Translational Research/Precision Medicine

Capitol 3

9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Clinical Research to Precision Medicine: Translating Biological Investigations into Healthcare Possibilities

With advances in technology and integrated research (genomics, proteomics and metabolomics) we are approaching an era where we can practically measure levels (or changes) of any known biological entity. Precision mass spectrometry delivers rigorous data needed to characterize phenotypical disease state, progression, and response to research treatments. In this session, our expert speakers will share how mass spectrometry has driven their clinical research in systems biology to its current state of practical implementation, and now towards new paradigms in precision health and medicine.

Analysis of Metabolic VOCs in Exhaled Breath as Biomarkers towards Lung Cancer Research by High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (HRMS)
Sean Fu
Assistant Professor
University of Louisville

Solid Phase Microextraction (SPME)-Mass Spectrometry (MS): A Promising Tool Towards Intraoperative Molecular Detection of Human Brain Tumors
German Gomez-Rios
Ph. D. Candidate
University of Waterloo, Canada

Current Research Identifying Breast Cancer Protein Biomarkers
Todd Hembrough
President of Proteomics

Exploring the “Dark” Kinome in Cancer Using Chemical Proteomics
James S. Duncan
Assistant Professor
Fox Chase Cancer Center

Using Direct Analyte Probe Nanoextraction-coupled to Mass Spectrometry to Probe Metabolite Differences Between Healthy and Cancerous States at the One Cell Level
Dr. Guido F. Verbeck
Associate Professor
University of North Texas

Omics Research

Grand Ballroom 4 and 5

9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Orbitrap MS - Continuing to Push the Boundaries of Omics Research

Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap™ MS continues to push the boundaries of research with innovative MS solutions for proteomics, metabolomics and lipidomics that deliver rigorous data to decipher the complexities of biology. These precision mass spectrometry solutions deliver the highest quality measurements, turning them into rigorous results that matter. In this session, our expert speakers will share new developments in Orbitrap technology and applications including structural analysis, TMT multiplexed profiling, and HRAM targeted metabolomics.

Development and Applications of Ultraviolet Photodissociation for Proteomics
Jennifer Brodbelt
University of Texas at Austin

Illuminating the Structural Diversity of the Lipidome by Ultraviolet Photodissociation Tandem Mass Spectrometry
Gavin Reid
University of Melbourne, Australia

Targeted Profiling – Exploiting the Potential of High Resolution MS for Multiplexed and Standardized Targeted Metabolomics
Therese Koal
Head of Research and Development
Biocrates Life Sciences AG, Austria

Implementing TMT-MS³ Tumor Profiling into Basic and Clinical Research Programs
Gregg Morin
Associate Professor
Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre,
British Columbia Cancer Agency,
Univ of British Columbia, Canada

Faster and Brighter: Pushing the Boundaries of Proteome Analysis
Jesper Olsen
Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, Denmark


Capitol 2

9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

New Solutions for the Characterization and Quantitation of Pharmaceuticals and Biopharmaceuticals

Thermo Scientific™ mass spectrometry solutions deliver rigorous quantitation results and characterization data in all aspects of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical discovery and development. For precise characterization, mass spectrometry techniques are often used to characterize the biotherapeutic protein in order to assess product quality. In this session, our expert speakers will share new developments in mass spectrometry technology and applications including advanced fragmentation mechanisms for complex structural elucidation and for native intact protein analysis.

Quantitative Determination of Bispecific Antibody Purity and Protein-Ligand Affinity by Denaturing and Native LC-MS using a Thermo Scientific™ Exactive™ Plus EMR Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer
Wendy Sandoval
Senior Scientific Research Manager
Genentech Inc.

In-depth Top-Down and Middle-Down Analysis of IgGs via Multiple Ion Activations
Luca Fornelli
Postdoctoral Fellow
Northwestern University

Characterization of Antibody-Drug Conjugates Using Electron-Transfer Dissociation Mass Spectrometry
Zhiqi Hao
Genentech Inc.

A Validated High Resolution LC/MS Assay for Oxyntomodulin in Human and Rat Plasma
Bradley Ackerman
Research Fellow
Eli Lilly and Company

Large-Scale In-Process Molecular Assessment Using Compliant High Resolution Accurate Mass Quantitation
Nisana Andersen
Genentech Inc.

Environmental Analysis and Food Safety

Capitol 1

9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Advances in Mass Spectrometry Technologies and Solutions for Food and Environmental Analysis

High-throughput and confident analyses in food and environmental research are required in order to address large numbers of compounds in very complex matrices. Thermo Scientific™ mass spectrometry solutions deliver the precision and rigor needed to address both confirmation and quantification of these compounds. In this session, our expert speakers will share new developments in mass spectrometry technology and applications for quantification and confirmation and how the science of “omics” is evolving in both food and environmental analyses.

Challenges and Solutions for Developing MS Methods for Food Allergen Analysis
Melanie Downs
Assistant Professor
University of Nebraska

Quantitative Comparison of Microcystins and PFCs in Environmental Matrices Using a Triple Quadrupole System, and Screening for Potential Unknowns Using a Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ Hybrid Quadrupole-Orbitrap™ MS
Ali Haghani
Laboratory Director
Eurofins-Eaton Analytical

Analysis of Polar Pesticides by Ion Chromatography Coupled to a Triple Quadrupole and Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ MS Systems.
Jonathan Beck
Senior Marketing Specialist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

A Comprehensive Workflow for Organic Pollutant Identification and Prioritization Using High Resolution Accurate Mass (HRAM) Tandem Mass Spectrometry and Cheminformatics
P. Lee Ferguson
Associate Professor
Duke University

A Review of EPA Methods 544 and 545 for Detection and Quantitation of Cyanotoxins
Judy Westrick
Lumigen Instrumentation Center,
Wayne State University

Breakfast Workshops

Monday, June 5 – Thursday, June 8, 2017

JW Marriott Indianapolis
White River Ballroom F, G, H
10 S. West Street, Indianapolis

Indiana Convention Center
Room 141/142
30 S Meridian #410, Indianapolis

Attend our Breakfast Workshops to learn from fellow scientists and Thermo Fisher Scientific experts how precision mass spectrometry solutions can help you deliver rigorous results that matter.


JW Marriot

White River Ballroom F

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Proteome Profiling for the Cancer Moonshot Program: From Basic Research to Large Scale Analyses

Diseases like cancer are complex – and require a new level of collaborations. Collaboration across laboratories requires another level of discipline in analytical measurements. Having set the standards for discovery research with deep comprehensive proteome profiles, new advances in Orbitrap technology and workflows allow for large scale analysis across large sample numbers. In this workshop, our expert speakers will share the new technologies and approaches that deliver the quantitative sensitivity and accuracy, throughput, robustness and reproducibility with the confidence to deliver rigorous results that matter.

Next Generation Proteomics Technology for Reproducible and Precise Protein Quantification
Yue Xuan
Product Specialist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Optimized DIA Analysis Using High Resolution MS1 Quantitation
Lukas Reiter
Chief Technology Officer
Biognosys AG, Switzerland

JW Marriot

White River Ballroom G,H

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Today’s Analytical Challenges Require Tomorrow’s Quantitation Solutions

Quantitation is extensively used in every analytical laboratory to answer critical questions pertaining to safety and efficacy. However, today’s bioanalytical challenges are more complicated than ever before, requiring both precision and accuracy at increasingly lower concentration levels and for a wider range of target analytes. In this workshop, our expert speakers will share techniques designed for both Triple Quadrupole and OrbiTrap HRAM technologies to provide outstanding quantitative performance for both biotherapeutic and small molecule analytes.

High Resolution Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap™ MS for Increased Confidence for DMPK
Pete White
Director of Bioanalytical Development
XenoGesis Ltd, UK

Sensitive, Accurate and Robust LC-MS Quantification of Protein Biotherapeutics
Jun Qu
Department of Pharmaceutical Science,


JW Marriot

White River Ballroom F

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Advances in Orbitrap Tribrid MS - Structural and Deeper Proteomics Analysis

Proteins play crucial role in biological systems. Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Tribrid™ mass spectrometers have proven to be a major contributor to structural protein analysis and for in-depth proteomics studies. In this workshop, our expert speakers will share new approaches for structural proteomics workflows, crosslinking with the new XlinkX node for Protein Discoverer 2.2 software, and approaches to significantly increase proteome coverage using advanced precursor selection.

Optimized Fragmentation Schemes and Data Analysis Strategies for Proteome-Wide Cross-Link Identification
Richard Scheltema
Junior Assistant Professor
Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Maximizing Proteome Coverage on a Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Fusion™ Lumos™ Mass Spectrometer with an Advanced Precursor Determination Algorithm and a 50 Hz MS² Scan Rate
Graeme McAllister
Senior Scientist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

JW Marriot

White River Ballroom G,H

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Thermo Scientific Compound Discoverer and mzCloud Software: Using the Right Tools to Confidently Identify Unknowns in Discovery Metabolomics

A full view of the metabolome offers significant insight into the biochemical phenotype of an organism. High quality, confident metabolite identifications lead to scientific relevant results. Compound Discoverer software raises the bar of certainty by merging multiple identification techniques including fragmentation matching against mzCloud, the most comprehensive small molecule spectral library. In this session, our expert speakers will share examples of how they moved their discovery forward with scientific rigor in their identification strategies.

Finding Metabolomic Signatures in Cancer
David Gaul
Research Scientist
School of Chemistry and Biochemistry,
Georgia Institute of Technology

Accelerate Unknown Detection in your Discovery Metabolomics Experiment using Thermo Scientific™ Compound Discoverer™ Software
Tim Stratton
Manager, Library Technologies
Thermo Fisher Scientific


JW Marriot

White River Ballroom F

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Advanced Structural Characterization of Biotherapeutics

Confident in-depth characterization of proteins at all stages of biopharmaceutical discovery, development and manufacture are crucial for quality and safety of biotherapeutics. Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap™ Mass Spectrometers with high resolution accurate mass (HRAM) have proven to be a major contributor to biotherapeutic characterization. In this workshop, our expert speakers will show how Orbitrap MS and multiple fragmentation techniques are utilized for the characterization of biotherapeutics using native and denatured intact, middle down and peptide mapping approaches.

UV Photodissociation for BioPharma Characterization
Stephane Houel
Senior Marketing Specialist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Online Native Ion Exchange Coupled to Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap™ MS offers Dramatic New Insights for Intact Protein Analysis and Comprehensive Characterization
Aaron O. Bailey
Senior Marketing Specialist
Thermo Fisher Scientific

JW Marriot

White River Ballroom G,H

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Pushing Biological Insight Forward. New Informatic Tools Improve our Understanding

Regulatory events in biology are subtle and precisely orchestrated as complex patterns in cellular biochemistry that change in space and over time. Advances in biological MS have enabled the elucidation of those changes on a proteome-wide level and with unprecedented depth. Informatics resources are now required to confidently confirm proteins and associated changes in PTMs as well as software tools that facilitate the interpretation of cell signaling events. In this workshop, our speakers will demonstrate how these tools improve the interpretation and understanding of biological regulatory events in your data.

Building ProteomeTools Based on a Complete Synthetic Human Proteome
Daniel Zolg
Research Scientist
Technical University of Munich, Germany

Pathway Visualization and Analysis for Quantitative Post Translational Modification and Proteome Time Series Data in the Perseus Software
Jürgen Cox
Computational Systems Biochemistry Research Group,
Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Germany


Indiana Convention Center

Room 141/142

7:00 – 8:00 a.m.

Accurate and Confident Metabolic Profiling – Combining a Standardized and Quantitative Targeted Assay with Orbitrap Technology

Reliable results are a must for targeted metabolite profiling. The Biocrates AbsoluteIDQ® kit is an established tool for standardizing routine targeted metabolite profiling. Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ MS systems coupled with this kit delivers precise quantitative measurements of important metabolites and provide consistency across studies and between labs. In this session, our expert speakers will share new developments for targeted metabolomics and how the Biocrates kit can standardize metabolite measurements in your lab.

Accurate and Confident Metabolic Profiling-Combining a Standardized and Quantitative Targeted Assay with Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap™ Technology
Hai Pham Tuan
Senior Scientist
Biocrates Life Sciences AG, Austria

Compound Discoverer Users’ Meeting and Node Development Workshop

Saturday, June 3, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:00 – 9:00 a.m.

Hyatt Regency Indianapolis
Regency A, Concept A-D
One S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis

Come to ASMS 2017 in Indianapolis a day early to join our experts and your colleagues for one of our two new and exciting software meetings.

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Hyatt Regency

Regency A

9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Thermo Scientific Compound Discoverer Software Users’ Meeting

Discover powerful new features in Compound Discoverer software and get training on advanced workflows. We are pleased to have distinguished guest speakers from Duke University and Dow AgroSciences who will discuss their experiences with Compound Discoverer software.

Hyatt Regency

Concept A-D

9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Thermo Scientific Compound Discoverer and Proteome Discoverer Software Node Development Workshop

This is a great opportunity to learn how to create nodes, meet our software developers, and get your most vexing questions answered.

Thermo Scientific Annual Customer Appreciation Event

Sunday, June 4, 2017
12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Punch Bowl Social
Circle Center Mall
120 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis
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Spend an afternoon having some serious fun before the serious science starts. Hit the bowling lanes with your colleagues. Challenge your friends old and new to a game of darts, ping-pong, Foosball, bocce ball, billiards, or wall Scrabble. Feel like you’re a kid again when you play vintage arcade games. Pretend you’re Bruce Springsteen or Beyonce in the Karaoke rooms. There will be plenty of food and refreshments, as well as quieter areas where you can network and socialize.

Punch Bowl Social

Punch Bowl Social is located in the Circle Center Mall at 120 South Meridian Street. It’s a short five-minute walk from The Westin Indianapolis and convenient to many downtown hotels and the Indiana Convention Center.

2017 Posters


A Highly Effective Workflow for the Targeted Detection of Peptides in Complex Biological Sample Matrices from Discovery to Quantitation

A Silk Road to Modern Translational Proteomics – SOPs Based Comprehensive Proteome Profiling and Reproducible Quantitation

Abundant Protein Depletion of Human Plasma Samples – A Reproducibility and Scaling Study

Detailed Structural Analyses of O-Glycan Alditols by High Performance Anion Exchange Chromatography (HPAE) Coupled to Mass Spectrometry

Determination of TCA Metabolites by Ion Chromatography HR/AM Mass Spectrometry

High Resolution LC/MS Separation and Characterization of Chemoenzymatic Site-specific Engineered Antibody-Drug Conjugates (ADCs)

High Throughput Analysis of N-Glycans Released from Biosimilar Glycoproteins

LC-MS-MS Quantitative Analysis of Retinoids and Metabolites in Serum for Research Use

Multiplex Quantitative Analysis Using NeuCode SILAC Metabolic Labeling of Signaling Proteins Targets

Novel Capillary Flow LC HRAM MS Platform for Fast Targeted Analysis and Robust Profiling of Complex Samples

Quantitative Analysis of Antiarrhythmic Drugs in Human Plasma Using a High Performance Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer

Sample Profiler: A Cloud Based Application for Confirming Food Authenticity

Using Low Electron Energy Automatic Tuning to Increase High Mass Sensitivity on Orbitrap GC-MS


A Comparison of Screening and Quantitative LC-MS/MS Analysis of Drugs and Their Metabolites in Urine, Oral Fluid and Blood on a Triple Quadrupole MS and Quadrupole Orbitrap MS for Forensic Use

An Untargeted Metabolomics Approach to Using High Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Identifying Disease Biomarkers

Application of GC Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry for Untargeted Metabolomics of Pathogenic Microorganisms

Application of High Speed TSQ MS with a Prototype RF/DC Rod Driver to Pesticide Analysis

Automatic Construction of t-SRM Methods from Unscheduled SRM Data Raw Files Using the Xcalibur Workbench

Capillary Electrophoresis – Mass Spectrometry for Intact Mass Analysis of Antibodies and Antibody-Drug-Conjugates

Characterization of a Cysteine-conjugated ADC on Hybrid Quadrupole-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer

Comprehensive Global Lipidomics Profiling on LC-MS/MS Timeframe with Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer Detection

Evaluation of a Microfluidic Electrophoresis Device Coupled to an Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer for the Characterization of Biotherapeutics Proteins

Evaluation of Factors Affecting Detection of Host Cell Proteins in Biotherapeutic Proteins Using a Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Fusion™ Lumos™ Tribrid™ Mass Spectrometer.

Fast Scanning and Sensitivity for Real-time Confirmation of Structural Isoforms Using a High Performance Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer

Glycoproteomics Analysis to Examine the Role of Chlamydial Protease-like Activity Factor

Implementation of 213 nm Ultra Violet Photo Dissociation (UVPD) on a Modified Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Fusion™ Lumos™ Tribrid™ Mass Spectrometer

Implementation of Real-time Update for Time Scheduled Targeted Peptide Quantification (PRM) on a New Quadrupole Orbitrap Benchtop Mass Spectrometer

Improved Quantitation of Fragile Carbamate, Organophosphate, and Other Pesticides by Automatic MS/MS Method Generation

Improving High-throughput Top-down Proteomics Using a Modified Hybrid Quadrupole-Ultra-High-Field-Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer

In-depth Characterization of Intact Protein Standards Using HRAM Top Down Mass Spectrometry with Multiple MS/MS Strategies

Lipid Parameters Associated with Obesity Identified Using a High-throughput Shotgun Lipidomics Technology

Maximizing Protein Profiling Using HRAM MS and DDA Methods: Sweeping through the Proteome Using Wide-window DDA Parameters

Maximizing Proteome Coverage through Judicious Selection of Quadrupole Ion Trap Settings and Improved On-line Orbitrap Peak Annotation

New Innovations Implemented on the Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ HF Mass Spectrometer

Quantitative Analysis of Two Cancer Signaling Pathways Using Multiplex-Immunoprecipitation and Targeted Mass Spectrometry

Relative Quantification Using TMT11plex on a Modified Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ HF Mass Spectrometer

Routine Host Cell Protein (HCPs) Monitoring and Non-Targeted New Feature Detection and Identification as Part of Mass Spectrometry-based Quality Control

The Analysis of Polar Ionic Pesticides by Ion-exchange Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry: The Possible Solution to a Longstanding Problematic Analysis?

The Power of Quantitative Multiplexing – Combining TMT discovery and Targeted Label-free Workflows for Biomarker Analysis

Towards Comprehensive Signaling Pathway Monitoring Using Advanced PRM Methods

Transcriptome and Proteome Co-analysis of High Fat Diet Induced Hepatic Changes

UVPD as a Unique Fragmentation Tool for Complete Structure Determination and Substructure Identification of Small Molecules


Addressing the Challenges of Short Chained Chlorinated Paraffins Analysis Using Orbitrap GC-MS

An Automated Procedure for the Optimization of High Resolution Accurate Mass Processing Methods for Quantitative Bioanalysis

Comparison of Gas Phase Stability Diagrams of Fish Parvalbumins Using Different Dissociation Techniques

Coupling PaperSpray Technology to High-End Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry

Data Independent Acquisition of Small Molecules by Resonance Collision Induced Dissociation

Enhancing the Throughput and Robustness of DIA Using a 150 µm Thermo Scientific™ EASY-Spray™ Column

High Resolution Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry for the Analysis of Deuterium-labeled Lipids in E. Coli Extracts

Improved Limits of Detection for the Analysis of Microcystins Using Prototype Quadrupole Geometry and Tuning

Improving Quantification in PaperSpray Coupled to Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry for Clinical Research

LipidSearch 5.0: A New Software for Processing Data from Direct Infusion and LC-MS High Resolution Mass Spectrometry Based Lipidomics Workflows

Optimizing Electron Transfer Dissociation Conditions for Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry and Its Application to the Study of Protein Conformation

Quantitation and Identification of Polysorbates in Protein Matrix

Quantitation of Water Soluble Vitamins in Ethanol Fermentation Broth by Liquid Chromatography Coupled with the Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ Focus HRMS

SMOAC (Sequential Enrichment from MOAC, “SMOKE”), a Phosphoproteomics Strategy for the Separation of Multiply Phosphorylated from Monophosphorylated Peptides

Utilizing Very High Resolution for Selective Component Separation in Complex Matrices


PaperSpray Technology for the Study of Selective High Affinity Ligands (SHALs) and Their Metabolites

A Comparison of the Quantitative LC-MS/MS Analysis of IgF-1 on a Triple Quadrupole and a Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer

Analytical Application of an Ultrahigh Speed Multichannel Photodiode for a Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer

Automated Paper Spray Sample Preparation Using a Robotic Autosampler for Clinical Research

Clinically Relevant Profiling of Proteoforms in Human Tears Using Chip-based Capillary Electrophoresis Coupled to Mass Spectrometry

Controlling Kinetic Energies of Ions Radially Ejected from the Linear Ion Trap

Deepest Plasma Proteome Coverage with the Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap Fusion™ Lumos™ Tribrid ™Mass Spectrometer

Enrichment Strategies for Improvement of Mass Spec Analysis of Chemical Cross-linked Peptides

Exploring the Separation of Phospholipids Using a Novel FAIMS Device in Conjunction with MS/MS Mode of Analysis

Fast Characterization of the Proteoform Landscape in Human Tears Using Top Down Mass Spectrometry with Multiple MS/MS Strategies

High Throughput Lipid Identification and Quantification Using a Directed HRAM LC-MS-MS approach on a Modified Quadrupole Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer

How Mass Spectrometer Model and Electrode Temperature Determines FAIMS Separation

Improving the Precision of Quantitative Analysis for Linear Ion Trap Tandem Mass Spectrometry

LC-MS-MS Quantitative Analysis of Folic Acid, Its Metabolites and Derivatives in Serum for Research Use

LC-MS-MS Quantitative Analysis of Thyroid Hormones and Metabolites in Serum for Research Use

Longevity Testing of a Prototype Discrete Dynode Detector for Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer

Low Level Quantification of NDMA and Non-Targeted Contaminants Screening in Drinking Water Using GC-Orbitrap-Mass Spectrometry

Native Ion Exchange Chromatography Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry Allows Surface Charge Discrimination and Online Detection of Intact Proteins for Deep Characterization

New FAIMS with Heated Electrospray Ionization (HESI) Source for High Chromatographic Flow Rate Application

Performance Metrics and Example Applications: Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry at Resolving Power 1M

Phased Spectrum Decomposition Method – A Super-Resolution Algorithm for Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry

Revolutionary Proteome Profiling and Quantitation Without Compromising Speed, Sensitivity, and Selectivity

The Impact of Improved Selectivity through Enhanced Resolution and Field Asymmetric Ion Mobility on Defined Method LOQs and LODs

Ultra High Resolution MS Aids Unknown Extractable Component Identification

Utilizing High Resolution Accurate Mass for the Quantitation of Therapeutic Peptides in Human Plasma

2017 Oral Presentations


Extension of Orbitrap Capabilities to Enable New Applications

High Resolution Mass Measurements Reveal Heterogeneity in Intact Ribosomal Particles

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