MetaboScape 3.0

Bruker's Lunch Seminar at MetaboMeeting 2017

December 11-13, 2017 in Birmingham, UK

You are cordially invited to join the Bruker Lunch Seminar
“Metabolomics – Deeper insights by turning data into knowledge” at the MetaboMeeting 2017.

To participate at the seminar please register via the form below.

Please also visit our booth at the exhibition and meet our specialists for deeper discussions.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Birmingham,

Your Bruker Daltonics Team

Metabo Meeting


December 11, 2017, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

To address the typical challenges in Metabolomics research, sensitive and robust analytical instrumentation and software need to be seamlessly integrated to provide high quality data for biological interpretation. This Lunch Seminar will present latest examples for targeted and non-targeted metabolomics using Bruker’s unique MS and NMR solutions and placing the results into the biological context - moving from structure to function.

How confident are you in your metabolomics results?
Confidence in raw data quality, pre-processing of data, annotation of metabolites, and statistical results are critical for turning data into knowledge. The Time-aligned-Region-complete-eXtraction or T-ReX algorithm automatically extracts all relevant information in LC-QTOF-MS/MS data cohorts in a “region complete” manner. Real world examples will be discussed demonstrating that this robust and comprehensive data mining is critical for improving statistical results. Combining this improved pre-processing with the automatic Annotation Quality Scoring “AQ” for easy verification of compound identification results, MetaboScape 3.0 enables the evaluation of complex metabolomics data with high confidence. The additional pathway mapping routines then help turn this data into knowledge.

Dr. Aiko Barsch, Bruker Daltonik, Bremen, Germany
Market Manager Metabolomics, Director Life Sciences 

For further information, please contact:
Anne Kropp-Schnisa
Bruker Daltonik GmbH
Fahrenheitstrasse 4
28359 Bremen

Venue Info
University of Birmingham
Aston Webb Great Hall Block
Great Hall
University of Birmingham
Birmingham, B15 2TT

Quantification in biofluids at a new quality level and Further NMR screening news

The introduction of 2D-J-Resolved in the identification and quantification in biofluids leads to a new quality level, increasing specificity and sensitivity especially with respect to chemical noise and signal overlap. A new concept is also explained, using sensor molecules in the mixture to precisely define the expected shifts of other molecules.
Besides the quantification features a new screening module for biobanks is introduced to combine QC and availability of spectra and analysis results to all samples. A short update on food screening will also be given.

Dr. Manfred Spraul, Bruker BioSpin, Rheinstetten, Germany

CTO AIC Division

Registration is already closed. Please contact if you want to join the seminar.