I would like to start an IC-MS User Forum...would you be interested? I
know it's a very unique technology.The group will be for sharing of
information and a platform to ask questions from other users: hints &
tricks from using it routinely and from a...
For many years I've seen people working on HILIC columns, what's your
experience?Here is a blog from @Ken Cook talking about his
experience:The-missing-link! He comments on how he solved the problem
with IC-MS to find the missing pieces to join the i...
This is the 2nd of the three IC-MS webinar series:Tuesday, September 7,
at 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDTDespite the rapid
expansion of metabolomics applications over the past decade,
comprehensive analysis of highly polar and ionic m...
Check out the how to register under Ion Chromatography Community to
watch it live or on-demand later.Beyond glyphosate: Trace-level analysis
of highly polar pesticides in foods Thursday, September 2, at 16:00 BST
/ 17:00 CEST / 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDTI...
First of three IC-MS webinar series!You can register and watch it live
or on-demand later !Thursday, September 2, at 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST
/ 11:00 EDT / 08:00 PDTIn this SelectScience webinar, Jim Garvey, Head
of Food Chemistry, and Michael Kelly,...
Thank-you @mchalekj387 . Great to hear. I have also shared this post on
LinkedIn and there are several people interested. I know currently the
group of IC-MS Users globally is small and very niche compared to LC-MS.
It may be small now but it has gre...
@Bhav1200 , I'm not sure if you know much about IC-MS but we have
several application notes on characterization of O- and N-linked glycans
for glycoproteins:O-Glycan Profiling using HPAE-PAD Hyphenated with a
High-Resolution Accurate Mass (HRAM) Mass...
Here is a paper that was published last May 2020 that might be of
interest to you with metabolomics from University of
Oxford:Anion-exchange chromatography mass spectrometry provides
extensive coverage of primary metabolic pathways revealing altered