The 2016 Inaugural Global CESI-MS Symposium took place in Amsterdam, Netherlands at VU University. Cohosted by Professor Manfred Wuhrer and Professor Govert Somsen, the event featured research and new capabilities in biopharmaceuticals, proteomics, metabolomics and industrial research. The symposium highlighted innovative CESI-MS applications presented by key opinion leaders, leading scientists and industry innovators from around the world.

These webinars will show you:

  • How CESI-MS has been used in the latest advances of proteomics and metabolomics
  • Industry innovators that have used CESI-MS to maximize their biologic characterization
  • CESI-MS in innovative research for novel and advanced applications
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Proteomics and metabolomics

Discover how innovators are using CESI-MS to drive advances in proteomics and metabolomics

CESI-MS practicalities from separation to detection

Dr. Rob Haselberg, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Intact proteoform characterization using CESI–MS

Dr. Elena Dominguez Vega, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Unravelling the bitter sweetness of prostate specific antigen with CESI-MS

Guinevere Kammeijer, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands

CE-MS for top down of proteins complexes and beyond

Professor John Yates III, The Scripps Research Institute, USA

CESI-MS: A gateway to new metabolomics applications

Dr. Rawi Ramautar, Leiden Academic Center for Drug Research, The Netherlands

Identification of short chain fatty acids by CESI-MS using a neutral capillary in negative mode

Dr. Xavier Meniche, Bioaster, Lyon, France

Peptide quantitation by CESI-MS

Dr. Stephen Lock, SCIEX, UK

Analysis of biopharmaceutical proteins, protein complexes and proteomes using CESI-MS

Professor Alexander R. Ivanov, Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis, USA


Ramp up your biologic characterization with the use of CESI-MS technology as outlined by industry innovators.

CESI-MS coupling for the detailed characterization of therapeutic proteins and their biological complexes

Professor Emmanuelle Leize, University of Strasbourg, France

CESI-MS developments for the analysis of anti-TNFα and their anti-drug antibodies (ADA)

Dr. Yoann Ladner, Institut des Biomolécules Max Mousseron, Montpellier, France

Characterization of N-linked carbohydrates in CE-LIF and CE-MS modes

Professor Andras Guttman, University of Pannonia, Hungary

Analysis of disease-induced protein modifications using CESI-MS: A twist to increase disease specificities

Professor Jennifer Van Eyk, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, USA

Novel and advanced applications

Learn about novel and applied market applications of CESI-MS and how it has helped leading scientists drive innovation in their research.

A comparison of the challenges in the quantification of tree nut residues of phosphonic acid and its salts with CESI-MS and LC-MS

Dr. Wiley Hall, Dried Fruit Association of California, USA

The detection of plant metabolites using CESI-MS

Dr. Nicolas Heinzel, Institut für Pflanzengenetik und Kulturpflanzenforschung, Germany