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Mass spectrometry is a scientific strategy that is utilized in recognizing the type of the sample or the sample present in the mixture of the analytes by estimating mass to charge proportion and abundance of gas stage particles. This incorporates the particle and loads division. The samples are normally passed from a heated clump gulf, direct inclusion test, or a GC-MS.
Ionization mass spectrometry which has become an undeniably essential system inside the clinical lab for assisting examination or quantitative estimation of metabolites during a complex natural sample. MS/MS applications are abundant. Mass spectrometry is an investigative strategy with high explicitness and a developing nearness in research center prescription. various kinds of mass spectrometers are being utilized in enormous number of clinical research facilities over the world, and, thus, noteworthy upgrades in test execution are happening quickly in regions like toxicology, endocrinology, and biochemical markers. This review is a fundamental prologue to mass spectrometry.
- Track 1-1Introduction
- Track 1-2Identification of elements by masses in mass spectrometry
- Track 1-3Procedure for typical mass spectrometry
- Track 1-4Ionization techniques and different ion sources depending on analytes
Mass spectrometry (MS) has evolved to become a powerful analytical tool for both quantitative and qualitative applications, Applications of MS includes the ion and weights separation. The samples are generally introduced through a heated batch inlet, heated direct insertion probe, or gas chromatograph. Ionization (MS) technique has developed to be significant in the field of clinical laboratory for structural study or quantitative measurement of metabolites in a compound biological sample. TANDEM mass spectrometry applications are many, for elucidation of structure, determination of fragmentation mechanisms, determination of elementary compositions, applications to high-selectivity and high-sensitivity analysis, observation of ion–molecule reactions and thermochemical data analysis (kinetic method).
- Track 2-1Mass Spectrometry within the Pharmaceutical Industry
- Track 2-2Chromatography Mass Spectrometry
- Track 2-3Mass Spectrometry in Petroleum, Space Science, Astrobiology and Atmospheric Chemistry
- Track 2-4Mass Spectrometry in Food Analysis, Industry and Environmental Analysis
- Track 2-5Mass Spectrometry in Metabolomics
- Track 2-6Mass Spectrometry in Polymers and Molecular Surfaces/Film
- Track 2-7Isotope ratio MS: isotope dating and tracing
- Track 2-8Trace gas analysis
- Track 2-9Protein characterization
- Track 2-10Atom probe
- Track 2-11Space exploration
- Track 2-12Respired gas monitor
Mass spectrometry (MS) has evolved to become a powerful analytical tool for both quantitative and qualitative applications. The first mass spectrometer was developed in 19th century and since then it has developed from analyzing small inorganic molecules to biological macromolecules, almost with no mass limitations. Proteomics research gradually depends on MS technologies. The capability of mass spectrometry analyzing proteins and other biological extracts is due to the advances gained through the advancements in soft ionization techniques such as electrospray ionization and matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization can transform biomolecules into ions. ESI can effectively be interfaced with separation techniques enhancing its responsibility in the life and health sciences. MALDI, however has the advantage of producing individually charged ions of peptides and proteins, minimizing spectral complexity. Irrespective of the ionization source, the sensitivity of a mass spectrometer is related to the mass analyzer where ion separation takes place. Both quadrupole and time of flight mass analyzers are typically used, and they can be configured together as Q-tof tandem mass spectrometric instruments. Tandem (MS) (MS/MS), as the name signifies, is the consequence of performing two or more sequential separations of ions usually coupling two or more mass analyzers. Coupling a quadrupole and (TOF)resulted in the production of high-resolution mass spectrometers (Q-tof).
- Track 3-1Metabolomics/Lipidomics: new MS technologies
- Track 3-2Structural proteomics and genomics
- Track 3-3Emerging separation technologies
- Track 3-4Hybrid Mass Spectrometry
- Track 3-5NMR Spectroscopy and NMR in biomedicine
- Track 3-6Approaches in glycoproteins and glycans
- Track 3-7MS Approaches in Carbohydrates, microbes and biomolecule analysis
- Track 3-8Atom probe tomography
- Track 3-9Protein phosphorylation and non-covalent interaction
- Track 3-10Advances in isolation, enrichment and separation
- Track 3-11Lipidomic, metabolomics and ultra-trace analysis
- Track 3-12Nano scale and microfluidic separations
- Track 3-13Complementary Techniques and Multi-technique Approaches (XPS, GD-MS)
Mass spectrometry imaging is a method utilized in mass spectrometry to visualize the spatial distribution of compound for example biomarker, metabolites, peptides or proteins by their atomic masses. Although broadly utilized conventional techniques like radiochemistry and immunohistochemistry accomplish a similar objective as MSI, they are restricted in their capacities to investigate different examples on the double and can demonstrate to be missing if scientists don't have earlier information on the samples being analyzed. Radiology in the field of MSI are MALDI imaging and optional particle MS imaging. Imaging Mass Spectrometry is an innovation that consolidates progressed explanatory systems for the investigation of biomedical Chromatography with spatial devotion. A successful methodology for imaging natural examples along these lines uses Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization Mass Spectrometry (MALDI MS). Briefly, atoms of interest are inserted in an organic matrix that intensifies and aids the desorption and ionization of compounds on irradiation with an UV laser. The mass-to-charge proportion of the particles are estimated using a Tandem Mass Spectrometry over an arranged cluster of removed spots. Numerous analytes are estimated all the while, catching a portrayal or proof the natural condition of the particles in that example at an area on the tissue surface.
- Track 4-1Mass Spectrometry Imaging approaches and applications
- Track 4-2Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) Imaging
- Track 4-3Biomolecular imaging mass spectrometry
- Track 4-4Quantitative imaging mass spectrometry
- Track 4-5Single-cell MALDI mass spectrometry imaging
Along with hyphenated technologies such as (LC-MS) as well as (GC-MS), MS facilitates the establishment and advancement of high-throughput, qualitative and quantitative analytical methods used for drug discovery. In order to advances in LC and MS have enabled more efficient peak separation of complex mixtures employing multi – dimensional LC (2DLC) and more precise, improved resolution and ion mobility partition by MS. A selection of advanced LC-MS technologies applied to drug discovery chemistry, comprising compound ionization hyphenated systems, multidimensional systems, ion mobility spectrometry and HRMS for quantitative analysis and impurity detection.
- Track 5-1Advances in sample preparation and MS Interface design
- Track 5-2Cs-SIMS, MeV-SIMS, FIB-SIMS and In-situ liquid SIMS
- Track 5-3TIMS and SSMS
- Track 5-4MALDI-TOF, SELDI-TOF and TOF-SIMS
- Track 5-5ICP-MS and IRMS
- Track 5-6Accelerator Mass Spectrometry
- Track 5-7Triple Quadrupole GC-MS/LC-MS, next evolution
- Track 5-8Advanced Separation Technique UHPLC, NANO-UHPLC, HIC, Capillary Electrophoresis
- Track 5-9New Ionization Techniques such as DESI, DART, ASAP and Pitfalls
- Track 5-10Developments in Mass Analyzers Quadrupoles, Linear Ion Traps, FTMS, TOF (TIMEOF FLIGHT), Orbit traps
- Track 5-11Imaging and Profiling with Mass Spectrometry MALDI Technique and Applications
- Track 5-12High Resolution of Mass Spectrometry Types and Merits
Ionization techniques facilitate the examination of a variety of samples in their original state by Mass spectrometry and, are rapidly advancing in all fields where screening for the presence of various analytes in a chemical compound and data output fashion is desirable. innovation of atmospheric pressure ionization technique referred to as liquid matrix-assisted laser desorption electrospray ionization (LIQUID-MALDESI) to multiply charged ions by laser desorption from liquid samplesMatrix assisted laser desorption ionization.
- Track 6-1Nano spray ionisation
- Track 6-2Microelectronics
- Track 6-3Separation Techniques in Analytical Chemistry
- Track 6-4Ion Mobility Spectrometry
- Track 6-5Ionization techniques and Data processing
- Track 6-6Particle bombardment
- Track 6-7Field desorption and ionisation
- Track 6-8Gas Phase ionisation
- Track 6-9Atmospheric pressure chemical ionization
- Track 6-10Electrospray ionization
- Track 6-11Ion Scattering (LEIS, MEIS, etc.)
- Track 6-12Positive or negative ionisation
Mass spectrometry is widely being applied to study biomolecules and the fastest developing field is the global analysis for identification and quantification of proteins, proteomics. Neuro-proteomics is a complicated method that has a long way to go in terms of profiling the whole neuronal proteome. It’s quite recent field that has many applications in therapy and science.
- Track 7-1Protein Biochemistry and Proteomics
- Track 7-2Proteomics in Computational and Systems Biology
- Track 7-3Plant Proteomics and Applications
- Track 7-4Food and Nutritional Proteomics
- Track 7-5Immunoproteomics and Clinical proteomics
- Track 7-6Protein Engineering and Molecular Design
- Track 7-7Neuroproteomics & Neurometabolomics
- Track 7-8Proteomics Technologies
The use of mass spectroscopy in clinical laboratory has focused on newborn screening, steroid analysis, and drug abuse confirmation, it is not confined with present clinical applications and continues to expand. It is being used in almost every clinical field.
- Track 8-1MS imaging in tumor detection
- Track 8-2High resolution MS in clinical toxicology
- Track 8-3Therapeutic drug monitoring with mass spectrometry
A wide range of contaminants have the potential to cause harm to humans and animals. They may be found in the air water soil and may come from the sources such as pesticides industrial waste landfill sites pharmaceutical drugs. Identification of these pollutants is challenging because of presence of wide range of potential components with varying chemical compositions. These contaminants require monitoring at very low concentration levels. These challenges call for advanced analytical techniques which are very sensitive and robust, fast, and cost effective. Mass spectrometry is renowned technique which can help in detecting environmental contaminants. With the advancements in techniques Mass spectrometry have improved applicability to environmental analysis.
- Track 9-1Modern developments in GC-MS environmental analysis
- Track 9-2Laser mass spectrometry for traces of industrial chemical traces
- Track 9-3High resolution mass spectrometry in environmental analysis
Toxicology is a disciplinary study of poisons, designed to correlate the quantitative and qualitative interactions between poisons and their physiological and behavioral impacts on living system. Some important aspects of toxicology focus on elucidation of the mechanism of action of poison and enhancement of remedies and treatment plans for toxic effects.
- Track 10-1Forensic Science Toxicology
- Track 10-2Advances in Forensic Toxicology Techniques
- Track 10-3Industrial Toxicology
- Track 10-4Plant Toxicology
- Track 10-5Food Safety and Toxicology
- Track 10-6Food Chemical Toxicology
- Track 10-7Experimental Toxicologic Pathology
- Track 10-8Toxicogenomics
- Track 10-9Neuro Toxicology
- Track 10-10Advances in Drug Toxicology Testing
Metabolomics and lipid omics are effective tool that aims to understand metabolites and lipids present in samples of biological origins. Variations in the species or amounts can be used to distinguish phenotypes and biological responses for diseases, genetic modifications, or nutritional and pharmacological treatments. This data lets scientists to understand how an organism works, or to know the underlying mechanism of a disease.
Along with the expanding use of mass spectrometry in laboratories with people not specifically trained in analytical chemistry there is a need for learning the analytical skills to maintain instrument performance and to get quality data output. The performance of a mass spectrometer will be severely compromised if it lacks the good vacuum in the ion transfer region of mass analyzer. As the vacuum deteriorates it will become insufficient to maintain biomedical instrumentation in the operating mode. If the fore line pump is not well maintained, the oil may become so contaminated that the optimum pumping is no longer possible. Primarily, gas transport and metabolism ballasting may clean the oil. If the oil has become discolored, then it should be changed according to the pump manufacturers maintenance manually.
- Track 12-1Basic troubleshooting
- Track 12-2Instrument maintenance
- Track 12-3Repair skills
Mass spectroscopy is a powerful tool with many applications in pharmaceutical and biomedical field. The increase in sensitivity and resolution of instruments has opened a new dimension in analysis of pharmaceuticals.
- Track 13-1Formulation analysis
- Track 13-2Drug evaluation
- Track 13-3Phytochemical analysis
- Track 13-4Structure elucidation
- Track 13-5Peptide and protein sequence/structural analysis
The right software is the key to successful performance of MASS SPECTROMETERS. Mass spectrometry software has different options from routine to advanced packages for ensuring effective and efficient data handling and analysis of small molecules.
- Track 14-1Open source mass spectrometry software
- Track 14-2Proteomics software
- Track 14-3Database search algorithms
- Track 14-4De novo sequencing algorithms
- Track 14-5Homology searching algorithms
- Track 14-6TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY (MS/MS) peptide quantification SOFTWARE
The coupling of two different techniques with the help of proper interface. mainly chromatographic techniques are combined with mass spectroscopic techniques. These techniques lead to better analysis of components and show more specificity and sensitivity.
- Track 15-1HPLC-IPC-MS
- Track 15-2LC-NMR-MS
- Track 15-3HPLC-ESI-MS
- Track 15-4HPLC-CE-MS
- Track 15-5HPLC-CE-MS
- Track 15-6MC-IPC-MSLC-MCICPMS
- Track 15-7GC-ICP-MS
Liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopy analysis of molecules from biofluids needs sensitive and robust assays. Due to the terribly complexed nature of the many biological samples, efficient sample preparation protocols are required to get rid of unwanted elements and to selectively extract the compounds of interest, is a vital a part of every bioanalytical progress.
High-performance liquid natural process (HPLC) is a separation technique that is used for the analysis of organic molecules and ions. HPLC relies on mechanisms of adsorption, partition and ion exchange, reckoning on the sort of stationary phase used. HPLC involves a solid stationary part, ordinarily packed within a stainless-steel column, and a liquid mobile part. Separation of the elements of a solution results from the differences within the relative distribution ratios of the solutes between the 2 phases. HPLC are often used to assess the purity and/or analyze the content of the many pharmaceutical bioprocessing substances. It also can be used to verify enantiomeric composition, using appropriately changed mobile phases or chiral stationary phases. Individual separation mechanisms of surface adsorption, partition and ion exchange not frequently occur in isolation since many principles act to particular degree at the same time.
- Track 16-1HPLC Fingerprinting in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
- Track 16-2Developments in Liquid Chromatography and HPLC
- Track 16-3Molecular Exclusion Chromatography
- Track 16-4Ion Exchange Chromatography
- Track 16-5Partition Chromatography
- Track 16-6Adsorption Chromatography
- Track 16-7Chromatography applications and future aspects
- Track 16-8Instrumentation principles involving in Chromatography and HPLC
- Track 16-9Application of High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
- Track 16-10Recent Novel Techniques in Chromatography
- Track 16-11Chromatography Industry and Market Analysis
- Track 16-12Separation Techniques in Analytical Chemistry
- Track 16-13Developments in ion chromatography
- Track 16-14Developments in Gas Chromatography
- Track 16-15Advances in Various Chromatographic Techniques
- Track 16-16Advances in HPLC and affinity chromatograph