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LC-MS will be the topic of a short, two-presentation session during Monday's festivities at HPLC 2008 in Baltimore.

LC-MS will be the topic of a short, two-presentation session during Monday’s festivities at HPLC 2008 in Baltimore.

Catherine Fenselau from the University of Maryland will chair the session and Barry L. Karger will kick things off with his presentation at 11:30 am.

Krager, from the Barnett Institute of Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts will discuss "Recent Advances in the Integration of LC with MS for the Life Sciences."

Following Krager's half-hour presentation will be a collaboration from nine different authors hailing from Agilent Technologies and the Universita di Urbino "Carlo Bo."

The topic of discussion from the group will be "NanoHPLC Coupled with Electron Ionization Mass Spectrometry."

Among the nine is Gerard Rozing from Agilent Technologies, Waldbronn, Germany. Rozing was an author of an article in LCGC’s April supplement on "Recent Developments in LC Column Technology." His article, entitled "HPLC Column Technology 2008 - Back to the Future" took a closer look at how thermal effects can affect overall performance.

To pick up a copy of the supplement, or any other recent issue of LCGC, please stop by booth 115.

The HPLC conference originated in 1973 with the idea of highlighting advances in the field of liquid-phase separations. The meetings alternate between Europe and the United States with even years being in the US.

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