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Wednesday Morning Session: Microfluidics Separations - MS

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12B, Wednesday Parallel Session: Microfluidics Separations- MS

Room HEC-B, Hilton Exhibition Center, 2nd floor

Jonathan Sweedler of the University of Illinois in Champaign, Illinois, will chair this Monday morning session.

J. Scott Mellors of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, will give the first talk, titled “Microfluidic Separation Devices with Integrated Electrospray Ionization.”

Following Mellors, Detlev Belder of the Universität Leipzig in Leipzig, Germany, will speak on “Chip-based Separation Devices with Mass Spectrometric and Optical Detection.”

William Black of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will give the next talk, titled “Integrating Solid Phase Extraction with Microchip Capillary Electrophoresis – Electrospray Ionization.

The final talk of this session, titled “On-Line Microfluidic Biochemical Assays Hyphenated to Nano-LC and Nano-ESI-MS for Identification of Biopharmaceutical Candidates from Venoms,” will be given by Jeroen Kool of VU University in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


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