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ASMS 2018

Antec Scientific at ASMS 2018

Invitation and program - Antec booth #614

If you are attending ASMS 2018, held in San Diego, CA, June 3-7, make sure to visit our booth and posters to get an update on our latest innovative products and applications for Electrochemistry - Mass Spectrometry (EC-MS). As a novelty, a dual-electrode µ-PrepCell™ will be introduced for efficient and reliable dislulfide bond reduction in top-down, and bottom-up proteomics as well as for HDX-MS. Another highlight on display will be our SynthesisCell™ for fast synthesis of mg quantities of metabolites or reference materials.       



Posters Related to EC-MS

Monday, June 4
Ambient Ionization: Applications I
MP 013 Integrated Mass Spectrometry Platform Enables Picomole-Scale Real-time Electrosynthetic Reaction Screening and Discovery
Qiongqiong Wan et al., The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA

Tuesday, June 5
H/D Exchange: Hardware, Software and Methodology
TP 237 Electrochemical Reduction of Disulfide Bonds in Proteins for Enhanced Characterization by LC-MS and HDX-MS
Jean-Pierre Chervet et al, Antec Scientific, Zoeterwoude, Netherlands

Instrumentation: New Developments in Ionization and Sampling
TP 382 Real-Time Electro-Organic Reaction Screening Platform for In-situ Oxide Generation and C=C Bond Oxidation
Kavyasree Chintalapudi et al., The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA

Wednesday, June 6
Ambient Ionization: Applications II
WP 021 Micro Area Analysis of Bulk Alloys by Electrochemical Micro Probe Coupled Mass Spectrometry
Jiaquan Xu et al., East China University of Technology, Nanchang, China

Environmental: Pharmaceuticals and Pesticides II
WP 226 Study on the Degradation Mechanism of Atrazine in Sewage by UHPLC-MS/MS
Jun Li et al., Dept. of Environmental Science and Engineering, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China

Fundamentals: Ionization Mechanisms
WP 309 Capture of Electrochemically-Generated Fleeting Carbazolium Radical Cations and Elucidation of Carbazole Dimerization Mechanism by Mass Spectrometry
Brian E Hivick et al., Center for Intelligent Chem. Instrumentation, Dept. of Chemistry & Biochem., Ohio University, Athens, OH, USA

Ion Mobility: Applications II
WP 417 Online Electrochemistry/Trapped Ion Mobility/Mass Spectrometry for the Simulation of Phase-I Metabolism of Metoprolol
Simon Gereon Scheeren et al., University of Münster, Münster, Germany

Metabolomics: Untargeted Metabolite Profiling III
WP 569 Development of a Metabo-Redoxome Platform to Assess the Oxidative Stress in the Lower Respiratory Tract caused by Smoking and HIV-Infection
Miriam Sindelar et al., Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, New York, USA

Thursday, June 7
Drug Metabolism: Qualitative and High Throughput Analysis
ThP 141 Rapid Mimicking of Drug Metabolism by Electrochemistry-MS 
Martin Eysberg et al., Antec Scientific (USA), Boston, MA, USASmall Molecules: Qualitative Analysis

ThP 829 Pharmaceutical Stability Testing by On-line Electrochemistry-LC-MS
Nicolas Santiago et al., Antec Scientific (USA), Boston, MA, USA

Download the program as PDF.