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Trace PFAS quantitation in drinking water using LC/Q-TOF mass spectrometry

| Contributed by Agilent Technologies

According to EPA Method 533 using an Agilent 6546 LC/Q-TOF

Direct Injection Analysis of Organofluorine Compounds (PFAS) by Triple-Quadrupole LC/MS/MS

| Contributed by Shimadzu

In this news, PFOA, PFOS, and PFAS including related substances were analyzed by triplequadrupole LC/MS/MS without the concentration procedure.

A Method for PFAS Analysis in Drinking and Nonpotable Waters Using the Agilent 6495 LC/MS System

| Contributed by Agilent Technologies

Direct aqueous injection method for the determination of 47 PFAS in water

Analysis of Microplastics Using AIRsight Infrared/Raman Microscope

| Contributed by Shimadzu

This article introduces an example of evaluating microplastics in the environment using AIRsight.

Analysis of Organic Acids in Beer by Nexera Organic Acid Analysis System

| Contributed by Shimadzu

Sensitive and precise analysis of organic acids in beer

PFAS Survey 2023: Infographic

| Contributed by Agilent Technologies

We recently asked our readers for their thoughts on the challenges involved in PFAS analysis

e-Book: The Complete Plasma Proteomics Solution

| Contributed by Bruker

This ebook from Bruker presents a comprehensive solution to help researchers master each step and overcome challenges in plasma proteomics research.

Native AEX-MS analysis of IgG4-based mAbs

| Contributed by YMC

This note describes how the charge heterogeneity of IgG4-based mAbs with a pI between 6.1 to 7.3 (proprietary mAbs) can be successfully evaluated.

HRIM Revolutionizes PFAS Forensic Testing: Unveil Isomers & Boost ID Accuracy

| Contributed by MOBILion Systems Inc

Ion mobility reveals "dark matter" PFAS, undetected by standard tests, enhancing understanding and guiding mitigation.

Peptide Mapping of Adeno-Associated Virus Capsid Proteins

| Contributed by Phenomenex

The use of Adeno-Associated Viruses (AAV) as an effective vector for the delivery of ssDNA in gene therapy, is well established and continues to grow.

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