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Agilent at ASMS 2019

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Join Agilent at ASMS in Atlanta

Don’t miss your chance to meet our product team, mix with colleagues, and learn how mass spectrometry innovations can help you reach your goals.

五分时时彩技巧Start your week with our Saturday Innovation Symposium. Then wake up with breakfast seminars that focus on solving problems through technology. You’ll also want to stop by our hospitality suite and booth throughout the week.

Saturday Innovation Symposium

Saturday, June 1, 2019 | 5:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m. | Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Atlanta, GA

五分时时彩技巧Celebrate the innovations that you have made possible through mass spectrometry. This event begins with a food and drink reception, followed by presentations from leading scientists in key areas of research.

Agenda

5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. Welcome reception

6:00 p.m.–6:30 p.m. Agilent welcome and introduction

6:30 p.m.–7:10 p.m. The Journey from Metabolomics to Mechanisms

Dr. Nicola Zamboni

Professor Dr. Nicola Zamboni
Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

From microorganisms to plants and mammals, cellular metabolism plays a pivotal role in cellular processes by providing building blocks and energy for biosynthesis, enabling adaptive responses, and driving differentiation. For more than two decades we have largely relied on mass spectrometry (MS) to investigate metabolic networks. MS combines speed, sensitivity, robustness, coverage, and flexibility. Hence, it has become an essential tool in metabolic research.

Over the years, our lab has progressively drifted into high-throughput metabolomics and 13C metabolic flux analysis. Using either very short gradients or flow injection, we analyzed more than 1 million samples. It has become straightforward to profile large cohorts with 10,000s of samples. This massive capacity unlocked a large realm of novel fascinating opportunities to, for instance, fully leverage on genomics or perform dynamic experiments. Fueled by this wealth of information, our research focus shifted from data generation to functional interpretation of the results, i.e. to the generation of testable hypotheses from high-throughput metabolomics. Exemplary cases, challenged, and trends will be discussed.

7:10 p.m.–7:50 p.m. Non-Targeted Analysis Research at the US EPA: Providing Innovative Solutions to Environmental Health Problems

Jon Sobus, Ph.D.

Jon Sobus, Ph.D.
五分时时彩技巧 Physical scientist, The Environmental Protection Agency

Advances in high-resolution mass spectrometry and non-targeted analysis (NTA) workflows now enable rapid detection of emerging contaminants in a host of media. Over the past decade, researchers in the US EPA’s Office of Research and Development (ORD) have utilized NTA tools to address pressing environmental health challenges. ORD researchers have also led an international collaborative trial aimed at identifying the strengths, limitations, and applicability domain of various NTA methods. This presentation will highlight compelling case studies from ORD’s NTA research portfolio, as well as key findings from the NTA collaborative trial.

7:50 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Building a Better Pipeline for Going from Biomarker Discovery to Validation

Maureen Kachman, Ph.D.

Maureen Kachman, Ph.D.
Managing director, Michigan Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resource Core

Modern instrumentation and computational tools are allowing the evolution of untargeted metabolomics profiling to become a truly hybrid platform, with the ability to identify and quantify large numbers of “known” metabolites while retaining the ability to collect information on “unknown” features. Here we will present a workflow that maximizes the number of identified compounds while minimizing the number of redundant or “degenerate” features. Systematic data mining and robust data reduction are key steps in obtaining a list of high quality annotated features that can be identified and validated. When these strategies are combined with robust MS/MS data collection, the identification of unknowns is more easily accomplished. This pipeline for untargeted data mining has led to the successful validation of features using QQQ and Stable isotope labeling experiments in our lab.

8:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Closing reception

Monday Breakfast Session

Monday, June 3
7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m.
OMNI Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
五分时时彩技巧 Grand Ballroom E

Speakers:

Christian Klein, Ph.D.

Christian Klein, Ph.D.
IM & LC/Q-TOF product manager
Agilent Technologies

Mark Sartain, Ph.D.

Mark Sartain, Ph.D.
LC/MS applications scientist
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Lipids Greatest Hits—Featuring the Agilent 6546 LC/Q-TOF and Lipid Annotator—​Special Breakfast Performance

The new 6546 LC/Q-TOF adds more muscle to the Agilent Q-TOF portfolio with simultaneous high resolution (>30k for 118 m/z) and extended dynamic range. Its improved performance is integrated into workflows from sample preparation to data analysis.

From the Bravo Metabolomics Sample Preparation Platform, to MassHunter 10 enhancements, to Lipid Annotator software, we’ve added workflow-accelerating capabilities. They make the 6546 LC/Q-TOF your best fit for target and untargeted workflows in metabolomics, lipidomics, and qualitative flux analysis.

Tuesday Breakfast Session

Tuesday, June 4
7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m.
OMNI Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
Grand Ballroom E

Speakers:

Maggie Ostrowski, Ph.D.

Maggie Ostrowski, Ph.D.
Single quad product manager
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Kyle Covert, Ph.D.

Kyle Covert, Ph.D.
Applications scientist
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“Self-Driving” Mass Spectrometry—Mass Analysis Designed for Everyone

五分时时彩技巧Technology is becoming more intelligent, self-diagnosing, and simpler to use every day. For example, while self-driving cars are not publicly available, vehicle manufacturers are integrating automated features that improve efficiency and give drivers new transportation options. Similarly, mass spectrometry continues to advance in instrument design, size, diagnostics, and artificial intelligence—enabling greater access for non-experts.

五分时时彩技巧In this session, we will explore new “self-driving” MS capabilities in data acquisition, analysis, and diagnostics. You’ll also learn how open-access software allows new users to quickly obtain meaningful insights with minimal experience and training.

五分时时彩技巧Finally, we’ll demonstrate the simplicity of MassHunter Walkup software for open access labs. Several Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) examples will be shown to compare software features and illustrate workflows, such as sample submission and reporting.

Wednesday Breakfast Session

Wednesday, June 5
7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m.
OMNI Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
Grand Ballroom E

Speakers:

Anthony Macherone, Ph.D.

Anthony Macherone, Ph.D.
Sr. scientist and strategic program manager
Agilent Technologies

Anastasia Andrianova, Ph.D.

Anastasia Andrianova, Ph.D.
GC/MS applications scientist
Agilent Technologies

Cannabis and Cannabinoid Testing in Evolving Regulatory Framework

五分时时彩技巧As more countries and U.S. states legalize the use of cannabinoid derivatives and cannabis for medicinal or recreational use, the need to conduct robust testing and analysis of these substances is critical to virtually every regulatory framework.

In this seminar, we’ll discuss how sample preparation, analytical methods, data analysis, and reporting workflows meet the needs of today’s cannabis testing labs. The discussion will also focus on the most challenging regulatory test: residual pesticide testing in cannabis matrices. Finally, we’ll look at our new intelligent GC systems—Intuvo 9000, 8890, and 8860—that enable labs to take control of experiments and simplify operations.

五分时时彩技巧Agilent products and solutions are intended to be used for cannabis quality control and safety testing in laboratories where such use in permitted under state/country law.

Stop by the Agilent hospitality suite

Meet Agilent scientists and representatives, and explore how mass spectrometry is redefining what’s possible.

Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center
Grand Ballroom E
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 8:00 p.m.–11:00 p.m.

Visit Agilent at booth #400

五分时时彩技巧Sunday: 7:45 p.m.–9:00 p.m.

五分时时彩技巧Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Thursday: 9:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

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