Profiling Complex Mixtures Using a TriVersa NanoMate Assisted SYNAPT G2 Hybrid QTof Ion-Mobility Mass Spectrometry
Presented by: John P. Shockcor, Director of Life Sciences Business Development, Waters Corp., Visiting Fellow, Dept. of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK
Description: Profiling low level components in a complex mixture of small molecules can be a challenging task. Although it may be possible to detect many low level components in a complex mixture, characterization is often hindered because fragmentation of these low level components yields peaks below the limit of detection. This problem can be alleviated by using a TriVersa NanoMate assisted approach. In this webinar we will describe how a TriVersa NanoMate coupled to a SYNAPT G2 Hybrid QTof Ion-Mobility Mass Spectrometer can provide critical fragmentation information needed to characterize low level components in lipidomics, drug metabolism studies and natural product profiling. This approach is ideally suited to the use of time-aligned-parallel fragmentation (TAP) which are illustrated by a number of examples.