Editorial Article: Free Webinar - Understanding Small Molecule Interactions Within Living Systems with Mass Spectrometry Imaging

26 Jan 2018

Mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) can achieve powerful spatial resolution of protein, lipid, metabolite and chemical compound distribution in tissues. This enables more in-depth analyses of physiological processes that further our understanding in tissue-based research and drug discovery.

An upcoming SelectScience® webinar will cover the utility of MSI in 3D cell culture analysis, as well as how MSI technology enables us to analyze inter- and intra-microbial chemical signaling. This webinar will feature two experts in the field: Professor Malcom R. Clench of Sheffield Hallam University will speak about MSI in novel 3D tissue models, and Professor John A. McLean of Vanderbilt University will discuss its applications in the discovery of natural products from bacterial colonies.


Register for this free webinar to learn about:

  • The study of penetration enhancers in the absorption of anti-fungal agents in 3D skin equivalents
  • MSI in the development and analysis of a novel wound healing model
  • The quantitation of active compounds and biomarkers by MSI in a 3D osteosarcoma model
  • MSI in the analysis of molecular components involved in microbial colony communication
  • The use of MSI for rapid discovery of biotherapeutics

Attend the live webinar and Q&A session on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at:

  • 11.00 EST
  • 16:00 GMT
  • 17:00 CET
  • 08:00 PST

If you can’t attend the live event, please register to watch the webinar on demand at time that suits you.