Current Trends In Liquid Chromatography And Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation: A Hyphenated Technology For Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques | 10214
Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques
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The advancement of hyphenated instrumentation from a wide range of academic, governmental, and industrial researchers in
the form of liquid chromatography (LC) being coupled to mass spectrometry (MS) has continued to develop into a powerful
multi-dimensional hyphenated instrumental technology for the use in a wide assortment of analytical and bioanalytical techniques.
Examples of this development can be seen in the analysis of nucleic acids, amino acids, peptides, proteins, carbohydrates,
lipids, and etcetera and/or in the more comprehensive analysis of biological information in the various omics fields such as
genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, lipidomics, and etcetera. This advancement in hyphenated LC-MS instrumentation has
been historically and still is presently driven by the need for a more powerful analytical and bioanalytical techniques that can
accurately and precisely discriminate target analytes from high complexity mixtures in a sensitive and selective way from within a
concise window of time. With this in mind, this presentation which is based upon a recent editorial, briefly attempts to highlight
some of the current trends in hyphenated LC-MS instrumentation available today and their respective contributions to the field
of analytical and bioanalytical techniques.
Wes E. Steine has Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Washington State University with focus on the development and use of analytical instrumentation
to explore a variety of topics involving health, environment, agriculture, and defense. Presently his research group is focused on the qualitative
discovery and quantitative directed analysis of bio-markers that can be correlated to a specific disease trait, state, and/or rate. He has participated in
obtaining more than 14 grants, the publication of more than 25 publications, and the presentation of more than 63 presentations.
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