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Insights from Liege: Applying Non-Target GCxGC to Enhance Metabolomics Analyses

Joining us from University of Liège in Belgium, Jef Focant and PH Stefanuto present how the Organic Biological Analytical Chemistry Group utilizes GCxGC-TOFMS in their research. Focant provides a comprehensive overview of testing complex matrices samples, demonstrating the wealth of information that can be gained from analyses across various metabolomics applications. Stefanuto explores the microbiome, offering insight into the using GCxGC-TOFMS to unravel complex samples, paving the way for innovative discoveries.

Part of the 2024 Non-Target Screen Webinar Series

What’s in the Water? Uncovering Unknown Disinfection By-Products using GCxGC and HRMS

Professor Susan Richardson from the University of South Carolina will delve into her groundbreaking research on a newly discovered class of disinfection byproducts in drinking water. Using advanced techniques such as gas chromatography coupled with high-resolution mass spectrometry, Professor Richardson sheds light on the implications for water safety and public health. Discover the benefits of mass spectrometry for environmental analysis and gain insight into the future of drinking water quality assessment.

Part of the 2024 Non-Target Screen Webinar Series

State of the Art Technology – Aroma, Flavour, and Fragrance

We explore the capabilities of LECO technology and the impact it is having on overcoming the challenges faced in the Aroma, Flavor, and Fragrance industry.

Fast GC/Hydrogen Method Transfer – Overview and Examples

Helium is becoming an increasingly limited natural resource; using Hydrogen to achieve increased chromatographic throughput in GC applications is attractive. Both have advantages and disadvantages. LECO experts investigated the use of Hydrogen as a carrier gas for GC-TOF-MS analysis. Nick Jones, LECOs Global Application and Development Director (Separation Sciences) presents the method transfer approaches used, the technological benefits, and application examples in the presentation below.

GC-MS Analysis Workflow utilizing ChromaTOF Sync

Small time savings throughout the workflow can add up to big savings. See aroma and flavor examples of how automated sample prep and elevated Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry (TOFMS) analysis, followed by software solutions to compare and evaluate data and results, can save your lab time and resources.

Breath Analysis – Investigating the Human Volatome

Science from Beyond the Grave: a Virtual GC Symposium

Three GC/MS Experts embrace the 'spookier' side of mass spectrometry.

Jane Hill, from the University of British Columbia, brings her expertise on 'omics and medical diagnostics in Disease: Trick or Treat? Metabolomics is changing how we monitor our health

Albert Lebedev, professor at the Faculty of Chemistry at Moscow State University, has suggestions and advice for what to do if you meet a mummy (and happen to have access to mass spectrometry!) in What Mass Spectrometry can tell you about 5000 year old Mummies

Shari Forbes, Director of Canada's Secure Site for Research in Thanatology, will finish the symposium with a look into GCxGC mass spectrometry and the wider range of research and training that can come from Canada's first body farm in Death, Decomposition and Dogs

Application of Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography with Mass Spectrometric Detection for Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Foodstuffs

The Czech Agriculture and Food Inspection Authority has been using GCxGC-TOFMS for the analysis of pesticide residues in food of plant origin since 2005. Radim Stepan will talk about the advances in the instruments and the analyses they have used for pesticide residue analysis in cooperation with the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague.

Characterization of Beverage Products Containing Cannabidiol

Liz Humston-Fulmer [LECO] utilized GCxGC TOF-MS technologies to understand the chemical composition of CBD-infused beverages. Originally presented 26 March 2020.

Tracking Shelf Life Stability of Beer

Liz Humston-Fulmer [LECO] discusses how GC-MS can isolate analyte differences among aging beer samples.

Tracking Chemical Changes in Aging Beer

Liz Humston-Fulmer [LECO] discusses how the Pegasus BT (with L-PAL3 Autosampler) identifies analyte changes due to aging of commercially available IPA beer.

Dramatically Increase Information Content in Metabolomics Studies

This webinar was hosted by CompareNetworks

Advanced Instrument Development and Applications for Harsh Environments

Mark Libardoni, from the Southwest Research Institute, discusses the plausibility of ultra-micro GCxGC instruments for the ability to send analytic systems into space or other extreme environments. Also included in this video: Robert Synovec [University of Washington] presents "Increasing Peak Capacity Production for GCxGC TOF-MS" [start time: 27:20].

High Resolution GCMS Applications in Metabolomics

Vladimir Tolstikov, PhD, from Eli Lilly discusses utilizing High-Resolution Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry in Metabolomics analyses.

Evolution of Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry within the Pharmaceutical Industry

Tony Bristow [Astra Zeneca] discusses the development and growth of time-of-flight mass spectrometry, along with how high-resolution instruments (such as Pegasus GC-HRT) can advance pharmaceuticals research.

Time-of-Flight and Quadrupole Mass Analyzers for Gas Chromatography

Joe Binkley [LECO] compares quadrupole and time-of-flight mass spectrometers.