Special Issues-05-01-2019

Special Issues May 2019
Special Issues

May 01, 2019

Click the title above to open the Current Trends In Mass Spectrometry May 2019 special issue in an interactive PDF format.

In this study of pesticides in spinach extract, the use of GC×GC–TOF-MS is demonstrated as a methodology to overcome matrix interferences and quickly quantify suspected contaminants. The approach also allows nontargeted analysis using a single sample injection.

For lurasidone treatment adherence testing, an untargeted high-resolution mass spectrometry method was employed, using known positive human urine samples to identify the lurasidone metabolites and their relative abundance in urine.

A novel mass spectrometry-based flavonoid profiling workflow is applied to characterize and structurally annotate a large number of unknown flavonoids in fruit juice and vegetable juice samples.

We present a brief preview of this year’s ASMS conference, taking place June 2–6, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia.