Date(s) - 18/03/2020
5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Despite advances in analytical chemistry, it is becoming increasingly challenging to control prohibited substance abuse in equine athletes. A problem is the ever-increasing number of prohibited substances, resulting in the need for large custom-made compound databases and mass spectral libraries.
In this webinar, we will discuss the software tools available, and how they can be implemented during method development, data acquisition, and data analysis. In addition, the software compatibility across platforms enables the use of Method Editor tool for transferring between these technologies to advance analytical workflows.
We will discuss the development of a >440 compound screen, with a custom-built mass spectral library and compound database along with the transfer of this method from a Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 480 MS to a Thermo Scientific TSQ Altis mass spectrometer for confirmation.
We will demonstrate the integration of multiple software tools including mzCloud, mzVault and Thermo Scientific TraceFinder SW for a holistic view of method development beyond analytical capabilities.
Key learning objectives
|•||Understand the analytical challenges of confidently detecting and identifying prohibited substances|
|•||Discover how integrated software tools can drive rapid method development from a discovery environment, through to routine screening and confirmation|
|•||See how connected hardware platforms and software tools aid in method transfer, and help to advance analytical workflows to combat the issues of prohibited substance detection|
|•||Better understand how a connected laboratory is now a reality, and can help with small molecule compound identification and quantitation workflow deployment|
Who should attend
Researchers and leaders in Academia, bio/pharma, clinical, forensic toxicology, and protein research; any laboratories who are focused on both small molecule and protein identification and quantitation workflows, where there is the need to transfer knowledge from research through to routine.
|•||Lab Directors and industry experts responsible for setting new standards, and when needed, demonstrate success in challenging or high-profile work.|
|•||Technology Leaders responsible for the competitive edge while improving productivity and efficiency with highly trained operators.|
|•||Principle Scientists in screening and quantitative applications: needing the best technology to advance their research discoveries and develop new testing methodologies.|