67th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics
Visit Booth #315 to learn how to simplify your mass spectrometry analysis.
- Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA.
- Sunday, June 2, 2019 – Thursday, June 6, 2019
Stop by Booth #315 or visit the scientists at the poster presentations to discuss your research goals.
Solutions to Simplify Your Mass Spectrometry Research
- Faster Trypsin Digests
- Avoid Artificial PTMs During Sample Prep
- New Recombinant Mass Spec Proteases
- Enhanced Protein Quantitation and Improved Reproducibility
Products to Support Your Research Needs
- Mass Spec Reference Reagents
- Proteases and Surfactants
- Antibody Purification Reagents
- Protein Deamidation Detection Reagents
- Antibody Digestion Kits
Scientific Poster Presentations
Monday, June 3, 10:30AM – 2:30PM
An Improved Immunoaffinity LC-MS/MS Workflow for the Quantitation of IgG's during Preclinical PK Studies
Presented by Michael Rosenblatt, Sr Research Scientist, Promega Corporation
Tuesday, June 4, 10:30AM – 2:30PM
Novel Analytical Paradigm for Accurate Characterization and Routine Monitoring of Deamidation and Succinimide Intermediate in Biotherapeutic Proteins
Presented by Sergei Saveliev, Sr Research Scientist, Promega Corporation
The Impact of Using Different Protease Combinations for ‘de novo’ Protein Sequencing
Presented by Thierry Le Bihan, Sr Research Scientist, Rapid Novor, Inc.
Thursday, June 6, 10:30AM – 2:30PM
Systematic Structural Optimization of Mass Spec Compatible Surfactants for Proteomic Applications
Presented by Valerie Ressler, Research Scientist, Promega Corporation
A Proline/Alanine-Specific Protease for Bottom-up Mass Spectrometry Workflows
Presented by Chris Hosfield, Sr Research Scientist, Promega Corporation
QCforLife (QC4L) Harmonization Study: A Core Facility Alliance to Improve Proteomics Quality Control and Instrument Performance
Presented by Eduard Sabido, Centre de Regulació Genòmica, Barcelona, Spain