Benefits of Trapped Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry (TIMS-MS) for automated chiral analysis
of amino acids
The challenging field of chiral analysis requires a steady development of suitable separation techniques. The hyphenation of an automated chiral derivatization with a post-ionization mobility separation of diastereomers enables a fast investigation of chiral compounds in complex samples. The talk will discuss the key aspects for the derivatization and TIMS-MS detection and will demonstrate the applicability for the chiral investigation of amino acids in food samples.
Benefits of high resolution mass spectrometry with ion mobility separation for (bio) pharmaceutical applications
Eric will give an overview of the benefits of high-resolution mass spectrometry with ion mobility separation for (bio) pharmaceutical applications. The added value of reliable and reproducible CCS values providing a 4th dimension for characterization and identification will be highlighted with examples of some of the key application solutions for pharmaceutical analysis.
Arne Behrens, M. Sc., University of Münster
Ph.D. Student at University of Münster, Institute of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry
Eric van Beelen, Ph.D.
Business Development Manager Pharmaceuticals Market, Bruker Daltonics
For Research Use Only. Not for use in clinical diagnostic procedures.