Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) is a highly efficient separation platform for identifying compounds in complex mixtures by combining physical separation with mass analysis . The emergence of Nanoscale LC technology allows for greater sensitivity to be achieved, and enables increased spectrometric resolution when coupled with mass spectrometry. Whilst this approach is particularly useful when sample availability or target peptide concentration is low, it is not suitable for large-volume sample separations.
The trap-and-elute method for nanoflow LC-MS, however, can overcome the limitations of small volume nanocolumns by allowing for relatively large volumes to be injected without compromising sensitivity. Further benefits of the nano LC-MS configuration can include the prevention of column clogging and build-up of impurities, as well as flexibility with the nanocolumn stationary phase.
Join us for this free webinar, in which Moon Chul Jung, Ph.D., of Waters Corporation, discusses the advantages of the trap-and-elute nanoLC-MS system and considers common configurations for optimal proteomic separation using the nanoflow system.
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