The Multidimensional Chromatography Workshop draws experts in this exciting field to share and discuss their research. The informal workshop also provides an excellent opportunity for those interested in multidimensional chromatography to learn more about this unique analytical technique. Research topics include advancements in multidimensional chromatography technology and applications of this highly selective chromatographic approach.
Watch the LECO’s webinar in cooperation with The Analytical Scientist now available for on-demand viewing. The webinar features "GC×GC-HR-TOFMS for untargeted screening of Breathomics" by Pierre-Hugues Stefanuto, Lead Scientist at University of Liège
Metabolomics presents challenges for both the analytical methods used and the data reduction required to interpret the results. No single analytical technique can be used for complete characterisation of the metabolome, and no metabolome has been completely characterised. However, GC-MS provides an established method to analyse the primary metabolome, whereas LC investigates the secondary and tertiary metabolites.
The rise of omics has been a hot topic in our group for the past few years – in part because our own expertise aligns somewhat with the needs of these fields. Metabolomics is then particularly challenging for the separation science community, demanding the application of high-end iterations of various techniques, including LC, GC, MS, and NMR. In fact, when it comes to metabolomics, most analytical tools have a “seat at the technique table” – after all, multimodality is the only way to make sense of such high sample complexity.
An Article by Pierre-Hugues Stefanuto, Delphine Zanella, and Jean-François Focant
From cancer to diabetes to the recent rise of COVID-19, we will all likely come face-to-face with a threat to our health. Contemporary medicine has ever-improving tools to identify and combat diseases, but there are gaps – in speed, in invasiveness, in coverage, in access, and in accuracy. Can we do better? And how can we ensure that new approaches provide the same level of diagnostic potential as those currently in service?
Jane Hill, Associate Professor of Engineering, and Billy Boyle, CEO of Owlstone Medical, explain how their research in the area of breath analysis is opening new diagnostic doors.
Meeting of the London Metabolomics Network and South East Region Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry at Burlington House, London
Alan Griffiths speaks about the top of the range technique for GC×GC Separation provided by LECO. The video has been recorded at the meeting of the London Metabolomics Network and South East Region Analytical Division of the Royal Society of Chemistry at Burlington House, London. The video will be uploaded to SepScience.com for our recent PEGASUS® campaign.
LECO invites you to a diverse Metabolomics Analysis event at the EATC in Berlin. Expert speakers will present how the use of LECO GC-TOF-MS and GC×GC-TOF-MS enhances their latest target and untargeted metabolomics analysis applications in various fields such as Human disease, foodomics and plant biomarkers. These lectures will be supplemented with a laboratory session showcasing the latest LECO instrumentation and software. The participation is free of charge, including a special evening event on 27th November!