Instrumentation and Method Development for MS Imaging

June 3, 2019

The morning session “Imaging: Instrumentation & Method Development,” will be held from 8:30 to 10:30 am in Room B302–305. The session, chaired by Martina Marchetti-Deschmann of the Faculty of Technical Chemistry at TU Wien in Wein, Austria, includes talks on a variety of aspects of mass spectrometry imaging.

The morning session “Imaging: Instrumentation & Method Development,” will be held from 8:30 to 10:30 am in Room B302–305. The session, chaired by Martina Marchetti-Deschmann of the Faculty of Technical Chemistry at TU Wien in Wein, Austria, includes talks on a variety of aspects of mass spectrometry imaging.

The talks are as follows:

8:30 am: “SPICIng up your MALDI Image: Enhanced Ion Yields for Numerous Classes of Lipids via Single-Photon-Induced Chemical Ionization,” presented by Christoph H.M. Bookmeyer of the Institute of Hygiene at the University of Münster, in Münster, Germany.

8:50 am: “Identification of Phosphatidylcholine Lipids in Imaging Mass Spectrometry Using Gas-Phase Charge Inversion Ion/Ion Reactions Enabled on an FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer,” presented by Jonathan T. Specker of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Florida, in Gainesville, Florida.

9:10 am: “Breast Cancer Tumor and Necrosis Associated Peptide and Glycan Co-Localizations in FFPE Tissues by MALDI-FTICR Imaging Mass Spectrometry,” presented by Danielle A. Scott of the Medical University of South Carolina, in Charleston, South Carolina.

9:30 am: “An Integrated Microfluidic Device for HighResolution Nano-DESI Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Tissue Sections,” presented by Xiangtang Li of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.

9:50 am: “LADI of All Trades: Imaging of Small-Molecule Spatial Distributions in Complex Matrices by a Novel Ambient Ionization Imaging Technique,” presented by Kristen L. Fowble of the University of Albany-SUNY, in Albany, New York.

10:10 am: “Revealing Isobaric and Isomeric Substructure in Tissue: Advanced Multivariate Analysis for Ion Mobility Imaging Mass Spectrometry,” presented by Raf Van de Plasof  the Delft Center for Systems and Control at Delft University of Technology, in Delft, Netherlands, and the Mass Spectrometry Research Center and Department of Biochemistry at Vanderbilt University, in Nashville, Tennessee.

 

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