The 2018 Global CESI-MS Symposium took place in Leiden, The Netherlands at the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC). Cohosted by Professor Manfred Wuhrer and Professors Govert Somsen, the event featured talks and Q&A with leading scientists from academia, biopharmaceuticals and industry.

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: A complementary technique to LC-MS for the identification of posttranslational protein modifications

Professor Herbert Lindner, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria

Characterization of intentional and naturally occurring modifications in proteins by CESI-HRMS

Dr. Elena Dominguez-Vega, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands

Identification of snake venom protein by CESI-MS

Professor Xin-Xiang Zhang, Peking University, China

Analysis of intact prostate specific antigen by CESI-MS

Alan Moran, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands

The top to bottom of protein phosphorylation using CESI-MS

Professor Claire Eyers, University of Liverpool, UK

Corona isolation method matters: CESI-MS-based comparison of corona compositions following on-particle versus in-solution or in-gel digestion

Dr. Klaus Faserl, Innsbruck Medical University, Austria

The future fight against heart disease: The need to observe more with less

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


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

High-order structural characterization of monoclonal antibodies by combination of intact, middle-up and bottom-up techniques using CESI-MS

Dr. Yannis Francois, University of Strasbourg, France

Fluorescence detection of APTS labeled carbohydrates at the Taylor Cone in CESI-MS

Dr. Andras Guttman, University of Debrecen, Hungary

Is the signature peptide for quantification a thing of the past? Using CESI-MS to quantify mAbs with a pseudo intact or intact approach

Richard Snell, GSK, UK

Comprehensive analysis of HIV glycosylation by capillary electrophoresis separation and ultraviolet photodissociation

Professor John Yates III, The Scripps Research Institute, 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 highly polar compounds with agricultural significance using CESI-MS and LC-MS

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

The detection of pesticide metabolite TFA by CESI-MS

Dr. Sven Stuke, Bayer, Germany

Environmental and agricultural applications of CESI-MS

Dr. Spencer Walse, USDA, USA