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From HUPO World Congress: Excitement for SONAR MS Data Acquisition

By November 8, 2017

VP Joe Biden inspires proteomics scientists with a reminder of ‘the urgency of now’ for cancer researchers The 2017 edition of the Human Proteome Organization (HUPO) World Congress came to a successful conclusion this fall,… Read more >

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A Virus Gives Up One of Its Long-Held Secrets to Researchers at the National University of Singapore

By October 11, 2017

Eradicating all the mosquitoes that may cause Dengue fever isn’t a realistic solution. Instead, researchers at the NUS are using advanced analytical technologies to understand what causes the virus to incubate and spread – and thus, to find a way to stop it.

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Advancing Omics Research and Reducing Bias with New MS Technology for Data-Independent Acquisition Experiments

By December 20, 2016

Targeted LC-MS based assays are increasingly applied in the post-discovery Omics area with an emphasis on validation, the first of many phases in translational research; and in studies that are aimed at gaining the understanding… Read more >

Categories: Biomedical Research, Technologies

Phenome Network: A Harmonized Research Consortium for Innovative Global Health

By December 13, 2016

The world is facing an unprecedented convergence of environmental and lifestyle factors that dramatically increase our risk of chronic disease. Global warming, antimicrobial resistance, aging populations, and the prevalence of lifestyle-related illnesses are systematically affecting… Read more >

Categories: Biomedical Research

Do You See What We See? Mass Spectrometry Imaging is Revealing Insights in Biomedical Research

By June 21, 2016

The spatial distribution of molecular species in a sample can provide a wealth of information about biological, chemical and physiological processes. Mass spectrometry (MS) imaging is a rapidly developing research technique that enables specific measurement… Read more >

Categories: Biomedical Research

Is Your Biomedical Research Accurate and Precise?

By June 16, 2016

In biomedical research, scientists need the ability to accurately and precisely measure a biomarker or set of biomarkers in some disease vs. healthy experimental design. The ability to measure something depends on the ability of… Read more >

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Molecular Visualization: Mass Spec Imaging Delivers Insights for Cancer Research

By April 16, 2016

How does mass spectrometry (MS) imaging provide a molecular image that can be used for the biochemical characterization of histological images? A rapidly developing technique for clinical research, MS imaging enables investigation of the spatial… Read more >

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Can Sports Cars Increase Testosterone?

By March 8, 2016

According to published reports by Hiscox UK in 2008,  just listening to the sound of a sports car increased salivary testosterone levels in male and female participants. Another study, by Gad Saad et al, measured… Read more >

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Laboratory Developed Tests: More Oversight, or More Vigilance and Reporting?

By December 1, 2015

U.S. FDA Prepares to Oversee LDTs Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Office of Public Health Strategy and Analysis issued an interesting (and much anticipated) report regarding Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs). The Agency has… Read more >

Categories: Biomedical Research, Clinical

John McLean, Vanderbilt University and Structural Mass Spectrometry

By March 9, 2015

The advancing role of ion mobility MS in systems biology At our  Pittcon conference on Monday, March 9, 2015, we showcased the innovative work of Prof. John McLean of Vanderbilt University’s Center for Innovative Technology.… Read more >

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