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Panel discussion: the pros and pros of HRMS implementation in quantitative routines

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Over decades, triple-quadrupole MS (TQMS) and high-resolution MS (HRMS) have served different purposes in testing laboratories. However, now that boundary-breaking advancements of HRMS are enabling both quantitative and qualitative analyses, scientists are urged to rethink how HRMS should be positioned to maximize laboratory output and value. This free panel discussion welcomes the expert panelists to provide insights into the use of HRMS across a variety of fields, namely food safety, forensics and clinical research. The discussion will feature how HRMS compares with TQMS, main drivers for implementation, common challenges and opinions on what the future holds.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand how HRMS features are relevant to quantitative data.
  2. Learn recent and popular applications of HRMS in testing laboratories.
  3. Gain perspectives to judge whether your laboratory is requiring a HRMS system.

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