Check out our instrument overview for metabolomic research
(biomarkers, plant metabolomics, breathomics, metabolomic profiling):
Upcoming Online Events and Webinars:
► 27–29 October 2020 | METABOLOMICS 2020
Join our Sponsor Studio presentation “High Performance GC- and GC×GC-TOFMS. Metabolomics-Based Approach fir Discovery of Potential Biomarkers in Plasma” on 27th October 2020. The presentation will outline the benefits of GC- and GC×GC- TOF MS techniques in terms of separation and identification. It will demonstrate the advantages of combination of target and non-target approaches in one GC run and will show the possibility to apply advanced filtering option for target screening.
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► 04–06 November | METABOLOMICS CIRCLE POLAND
Tomas Kovalczuk from LECO Europe will be giving 3 talks at this year’s Metabolomics Circle 2020 in Poland. On 4th November from 9.00-9.30 AM he will be talking about "High Performance GC-and GCxGC-TOFMS metabolomics-based approach for the discovery of potential cancer biomarkers in plasma", followed directly by a talk about "Aroma Profiling of Coffee with GC, GC×GC, and TOF MS". On 6th November from 3.45 – 4.10 PM the topic will be "Advantages of GC-and GCxGC-TOF MS in metabolomic research"
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► 10–11 November 2020 | BREATH BIOPSY CONFERENCE
The conference seeks to facilitate progress in the breath research field by bringing together leading researchers and research organizations to share the latest advances and to discuss common challenges. Alan Griffiths of LECO Instruments UK will talk about "The Timeline of Breath Analysis – A Brief History of When, Why and How" on 10th November 2020, 10 AM
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► 25th November 2020 | WEBINAR
(in cooperation with The Analytical Scientist)
"GC×GC-HR-TOFMS for untargeted screening of Breathomics"
Stay tuned for more Information!
► "The Ultimate Untargeted Technique"
by Pierre Hugues Stefanuto, Delphine Zanella, Jean-François Focant (2020), The Analytical Scientist
► "Making the Breath Biopsy a Reality."
Non-invasive tests are needed in the battle against disease – could breath hold the answer?" by Matthew Hallam (2020), The Analytical Scientist
Learn more about our solutions for metabolomics and read our various application notes and brochure:
► Detection of Sulfur-Containing Metabolites of Asparagus in Urine by SBSE-GC×GC-TOFMS
► Utilizing the Pegasus GC-HRT 4D for Improved Yeast Metabolite Characterization
► Metabolomic Profiling of Corn and Rice ExtractsUsing a Benchtop GC-TOFMS
► Brochure "Solutions forMetabolomics Analysis"
If you want to learn more about our Products and Solutions for Metabolomics, book a free ticket to our Virtual Trade Show, or schedule an Online Demo for a deeper insight in our instruments.