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MSACL Workshop

MSACL 2017 EU Corporate Workshop


PRE-REGISTER for this Workshop

Time:14:00 - 14:30
Room:Mozart 4-5

Disruptive Technologies and Creative Solutions in Clinical Mass Spectrometry

1. Application of the fully-automated sample preparation module, CLAM-2000, in clinical diagnostics
Dr. Thomas Stimpfl, Medical University of Vienna - Department of Laboratory Medicine
In clinical diagnostics random access to wide range of target analytes is needed. We will present experience with a novel, fully-automated sample preparation module - directly connected to a LC-MS-system - in the routine setting of a university hospital laboratory.

2. Rethinking library identification in quantitative clinical toxicology - transitioning towards MRM spectrum mode
Neil Loftus - SHIMADZU Corporation (UK)
Translating information-rich mass spec data into meaningful test results is a hurdle in many labs. To help transition toward high-confidence result reporting we have been rethinking the use of MRM in compound identification. We will show how MRM can help reduce false-positive and false-negative reporting without affecting quantitative data quality.

For Research Use Only. Not diagnostic use. Not available in USA or Canada. This presentation may contain references to products not available in your country. All rights reserved. Information subject to change without notice.