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Driving Performance in Your HPLC orLC-MS Workflow

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Fields & Applications Clinical

The Road to Mass Spec Imaging in Clinical Research

| Alice Ly

How mass spectrometry imaging techniques can assist clinical pathology – if standardization efforts are successful

Fields & Applications Forensics

What's in the Bag?

| Jonathan James

An MS-based approach could let police ID illicit drugs without opening suspect packages

Fields & Applications Clinical

Getting to the Heart of the Proteforms

| Jonathan James

How do we overcome the challenge of characterizing cardiac proteoforms?

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Supercharging Spectrometry

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Our analytical capabilities have exploded since the LC-MS revolution of the 1980s – but where will our curiosity take us next?

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Wanted: Native Protein LC-MS

| Matthew A. Lauber

Complex biologic characterization demands a new era of instrumentation assay technology – the analytical community must seize the opportunity.

Fields & Applications Forensics

Stories of the Dead

| Matthew Hallam, Lana Brockbals, Pier Paolo Petrone, Cristina Barrocas Dias

How analytical chemistry refines life after death.

Fields & Applications Environmental

The Great Sewage Census

| Rolf Halden

Wastewater analysis not only informs us of human health and habits, but could even help transform our approach to healthcare.

Fields & Applications Clinical

A Golden Ratio for Gut Disorders

| Luke Turner

Could the permeability ratio be used to diagnose and monitor gut disorders less invasively than traditional colonoscopy?

Fields & Applications Materials

In the Clear

| Guus Verhaar

Ion chromatography can predict invisible deterioration of glass objects.

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