How multiple nano-litre injections from small volumes equip the lab to work with small precious samples, increase speed and sensitivity and reduce the ion suppression bias
Throughput challenges when working with small molecules, glycans and polar/charged analytes in general can be aggravating. Good news: a higher-throughput solution is now available.
SCIEX is sponsoring a new, free educational webinar; "Increase ESI-MS throughput up to 10X by multi-segment injections," which will discuss how multiple nano-litre injections from small volumes as low as 5μL at ultra-low ESI-MS flow will equip your laboratory to work with precious samples, increase speed and sensitivity, and reduce the ion suppression bias. The presenter will detail how you can benefit from the unique capabilities of CESI-MS through a targeted small molecule multi-segment injection workflow.
The speaker is John Hudson, MSc, adjunct professor at the University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, where he teaches capillary electrophoresis in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Applying his master’s degree in physical-organic chemistry, John has extensive experience spanning a 33-year career with the Toxicology Services Section of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Forensic Laboratory. He also serves as a staff scientist with SCIEX, where he leads a number of projects around the analysis of small drug molecules by capillary electrophoresis with mass spectrometry.
The free webinar, hosted by LabRoots, will be presented on December 3, 2015, at 8 am Pacific Time/11 am Eastern Time.