The Power of Accurate Mass MS/MS Data in Targeted and NON-Targeted (STA) Toxicological Analysis
In this webinar, we will show how the SCIEX TripleTOF® LC/MS/MS systems simultaneously acquire both full scan MS and MS/MS accurate mass data at unprecedented speeds to enable both quantitative and qualitative analysis to be performed in a single injection on UHPLC time scales with the highest degree of confidence in assigning the correct intoxicant ID.
Particular attention will be focused on a unique accurate mass LC/MS/MS workflow: General Unknown Comparative Screening (GUCS), for the identification of completely unknown drugs and their metabolites in biological matrices.
This GUCS workflow rapidly allows identification of unknown / unexpected intoxicants in human biomatrices without the requirement for prior knowledge about possible identity of the intoxicant. Due to the specificity /selectivity of the MS/MS data acquired in the above workflow, it is particularly suitable for the in-depth analysis of real life, complex samples, where matrix interferences are often experienced.
Who should attend?
Anyone involved in the forensic testing and wishes to learn more about screening approaches using High Resolution mass spectrometry.
Key Learning Points:
Functionality of SCIEX TripleTOF® systems
How Accurate mass data can be used to generate quantitative results
How Accurate Mass MS/MS can assist to remove matrix interferences in forensic samples
How SCIEX Software can cope with complex data interpretation
June 24, 2014 - German Session, presented by: Sebastian Dresen, Senior Clinical & Forensic Support Specialist EMEA, SCIEX Anmelden Jetzt
June 26, 2014 - French Session, presented by: Aymeric Morla, Senior Clinical & Forensic Support Specialist EMEA, SCIEX Je m'inscris
July 1, 2014 - Italian Session, presented by: Paolo Dossetto, Clinical & Forensic Support Specialist EMEA, SCIEX Registrazione
July 3, 2014 - Spanish Session, presented by: David Guillen, Clinical & Forensic Support Specialist EMEA, SCIEX Registrese Ahora