Featured Poster Sessions

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On Thursday, March 05, 2020 multiple posters on the applications of GC and GC–MS and LC and LC–MS for bioanalytical, pharmaceutical, and clinical methods will be on display and presented by their authors at the back of the 4500-4600 Aisle, Expo Floor, The Session Number for this is: 625P.

Featured Poster Session: Applications of GC and GC–MS

Today, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, multiple posters on the applications of GC and GC–MS will be on display and presented by their authors at the back of the 4500–4600 Aisle of the Expo Floor, under Session Number 625P. The early presentations from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm will include the following:

An Industrial Push For Hydrogen Carrier Gas in Gas Chromatography: A FAME Application of AOAC Method 996.06–Session Number: 625-10P

Selective and Sensitive Analysis of 20 Category I and II Residual Solvents for Cannabis Application using Headspace-GCMS–Session Number: 625-11P

Gas Chromatography-molecular Rotational Resonance Spectroscopy for Isotope Fingerprinting and Analyses–Session Number: 625-12P

Optimizing GC-MS and GC-MS/MS Analysis of 3-MCPD and Glycidyl Esters–Session Number: 625-13P

A Robust Column For The Analysis of Benzene and Toluene in Motor and Aviation Fuel Containing Ethanol per ASTM D3606-17–Session Number: 625-14P

Understanding the Dynamics of Explosive Vapor Transport–Session Number: 625-15P

Unlocking the Future of Chromatography with Machine Learning–Session Number: 625-16P

Evaluation of Long-term Stability of Analysis of Fuel Dilution for Engine Oils using a Backflush GC System–Session Number: 625-1P

Analysis of Microplastic Samples using Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry–Session Number: 625-2P

Quantification of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Dietary Supplements using Isotope Dilution Mass Spectrometry–Session Number: 625-3P

Determination of Residual Solvents and Terpenes in Cannabis using Single GC Column–Session Number: 625-4P

Utilizing the Power of GC Column Deactivation to get Symmetric Peaks for Volatile Amines–Session Number: 625-5P

Examination of the Efficiency on High Temperature GC Columns and Strategies for Successful High Temperature Applications–Session Number: 625-6P

An Integrated Approach for Alignment using Peak-region and Peak-table Features for GC-MS and GCxGC-MS–Session Number: 625-7P

Enhancing GC Separation Capability Through Software-assisted Switch Microfluidic Device–Session Number: 625-8P

Using a Barrier Ion Discharge Detector for Trace Water Analysis: An Alternative to the Karl Fischer Titration Technique–Session Number: 625-9P

LC and LC–MS for Bioanalytical, Pharmaceutical, and Clinical Methods

This morning, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, posters on applications of LC and LC–MS  for bioanalytical, pharmaceutical, and clinical methods will be presented by their authors at the back of the 4500–4600 Aisle of the Expo Floor, under Session Number: 627P. The presentations from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm will include the following:

Anatabine and Anabasine Measured in Participants in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2013-2014–Session Number: 627-10P

Modernization of USP Monographs for Naphazoline Hydrochloride and Pheniramine Maleate Ophthalmic and Nasal Solutions–Session Number: 627-11P

Examining the Childhood Serum Albumin Adductome using Untargeted and Targeted Mass Spectrometry–Session Number: 627-12P

Metabolite Multiplexing through Neutron Encoding (NeuCode) Derivatization for LC–MS Analysis–Session Number: 627-13P

Method Development for Separation of the Enantiomers of Miconazole Raw Material using High-performance Liquid Chromatography–Session Number: 627-14P


Deinococcus Radiodurans Transfer RNA Modified Nucleosides are Minimally Impacted UV Radiation–Session Number: 627-15P

D-amino Acid Levels in Wild Type and Mutant Caenorhabditis Elegans–Session Number: 627-16P

A Quantitative Method to Examine D-amino Acids in Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells–Session Number: 627-17P

D-amino Acids, The Antithesis of Life in Human Skin Cancer Cells–Session Number: 627-18P

Large Pore Monodispersed Silica Particles for the Analysis of Large Proteins and Antibodies–Session Number: 627-19P

Rapid and Sensitive Analysis of Taurine in Human Serum using Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry–Session Number: 627-1P

Direct Surfactant Analysis for Antibody Drugs using DAR for ADC with a Polymer-based Reverse Phase Column–Session Number: 627-20P

A Quantitative Compliant Multi Attribute Methodology (MAM) LC–MS Workflow–Session Number: 627-21P

Bottom-up Epitranscriptomics: Characterization of the Post-transcriptional Modification Landscape of Messenger RNA–Session Number: 627-22P

Characterization of Dietary Carbohydrates using High Performance Anion Exchange Chromatography Coupled with Mass Spectrometry–Session Number: 627-24P

A Sensitive Microflow LC–MS/MS Method for the Analysis of Corticosteroids in Human Plasma–Session Number: 627-25P

Smart Decision Making for Pharmaceutical Development Leveraging Automated Platforms–Session Number: 627-27P

Lipid Fractionation in Three Phase Systems–Session Number: 627-28P

Comparison of UHPLC Systems for the Quantitative Analysis of APIs in Personal Care Products–Session Number: 627-29P

An Empirical Approach to Predict Separation of Water-soluble Vitamins using Reversed-phase Chromatography–Session Number: 627-2P

Simultaneous Determination of Sucralose and Caffeine in Beverages by Liquid Chromatography with UV Detector–Session Number: 627-30P

Benefit of a Smaller and Faster Switching UHPLC Valve–Session Number: 627-31P

Development of Novel Reversed-phase Packing Material for Improved Separation of Protein Biopharmaceuticals–Session Number: 627-4P

Method Performance Comparison of an EP Method for Thiopental using Identical HPLC Systems in Different Laboratories–Session Number: 627-5P

Detection of Selected Pesticides in Organic Beer Products using LC–MS/MS–Session Number: 627-6P

Universal Barcode Analysis by LC–MS for Cancer Biomarker Detection with Multiple Amplification Strategies–Session Number: 627-7P

Transfer of a Liquid Chromatographic Method for Pharmaceutical Impurity Analysis from Several LC Systems to One Target System–Session Number: 627-8P

Screening for Fungal Infections using LC–MS–Session Number: 627-9P