Agilent BioTek 406 FX Microplate Washer Dispenser: Technology-Driven Application Diversity and Workflow Efficiency

Introducing Agilent BioTek’s new 406 FX microplate washer dispenser. Built on decades of innovation and success, the 406 FX is the latest advancement in microplate washing and dispensing. The 406 FX integrates parallel peristaltic and syringe pump dispensing with microplate assay washing within a singular platform. The compact design of the 406 FX delivers fast, full-plate washing along with six reagent dispensers. From basic ELISA, to sensitive cell washing, to biomagnetic bead washing, the 406 FX offers modules to address a myriad of assay requirements and workflows.

The automated microplate dispensers perform across a range of volumes offering simple, repeatable, and precise liquid delivery. Modular peristaltic and syringe pump dispensers help to meet varied liquid handling requirements, catering to the broadest spectrum of assay workflow requirements. This multidisciplinary tool enables researchers to drive a diverse spectrum of applications while maintaining workflow efficiency.

 

Speaker

Dr. Charles William Amirmansour
Global Business Development Manager
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

Dr. Amirmansour is a Global Business Development Manager (Cell Analysis Division at Agilent BioTek) who offers a unique set of skills, creating cutting-edge business development programs, with an extensive background across the Life Science and Drug Discovery domain. Additionally, his strong academic and industry experience resonates with research-based microplate and assay technologies. His academic career started when he received his undergraduate degree at King’s College London (University of London) whilst gaining research experience at The William Harvey Research Institute (Queen Mary University of London) under the supervision of Nobel Laurate, Prof. Sir. John Vane. He then obtained his doctorate in Clinical Pharmacology from University College London (under the joint supervision of Prof. Sir Patrick Vallance and Prof. Sir Salvador Moncada). Finally, Dr. Amirmansour held two Post-Doctoral positions at The National Heart & Lung Institute and Harefield Heart Science Centre (Imperial College London), respectively under the supervision of world-renowned pioneering cardiothoracic surgeon and Lister Medal awardee, Prof. Sir Magdy Yacoub.

 

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Ensuring the Sweet Integrity of Honey Quality

Honey is a beloved golden elixir that is seeing a growing demand worldwide. As one of nature’s food wonders, this natural sweetener is big business and the international trade of honey is worth over 2 billion dollars.

Its sweet taste and myriad of health benefits mean honey holds a special place in the hearts of consumers worldwide. However, the rise in demand for this natural sweetener has led to increased instances of adulteration, where inferior or artificial substances are added to bulk up volumes or enhance appearance. The need for robust quality assurance measures has never been greater if we want to ensure the integrity of the honey industry and maintain the delicate symbiotic relationship between humans and the honey bee.

 

Speaker

Dr. Liberty Sibanda
RandoxFood Diagnostics

 

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Speakers

Dr. Christopher Mayack
Swarthmore College, Department of Biology


Dr. Robert L. Broadup

Haverford College, Department of Chemistry

 

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Best of Imaging Applications

Cell culture lies at the heart of many biological studies, serving as a foundational technique for a myriad of applications, from basic research to drug discovery. Register for this exciting webinar that will explore the newest features and instrument capabilities supporting kinetic live-cell imaging, from real-time analysis of rapid GPCR signalling pathways to long-term treatment-induced effects on cell proliferation and viability.

 

Speaker

Joe Clayton, PhD
Scientific Program Manager,
Agilent Cell Analysis

 

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Become a Better Chromatographer Webinar Series

Whether you are a seasoned GC veteran or a beginner, this GC Webinar series will help to make you a better chromatographer so you get the reproducible results you need to make your lab more productive.

 

 

Overwhelmed with too many GC column options? Let us help

There are many column choices for GC and GC/MS, but which one is right for your method? Choosing the correct column type is paramount in being successful with your analysis. Understanding the stationary phase chemistry and the role it plays in column selectivity, as well as the dimensions of the capillary column itself, will result in a more robust and efficient analysis. This talk will discuss how the various stationary phases influence selectivity, as well as how column dimensions affect peak behavior and resolution. Join us as we match you with the right column for your analysis!

Speaker

Mark Sinnott
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

 

Analysis of Permanent Gases: More Challenging Than You Might Think

On the surface, this would appear to be a simple separation—however, there are several challenges related to the analysis of permanent gases. We will discuss typical techniques for resolving and detecting permanent gases, including carbon dioxide and hydrogen. Other topics will include cryogenic techniques, column isolation, and the use of the Agilent J&W Select Permanent Gases/CO2 GC column.

Speaker

Mark Sinnott
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Take the Trouble Out of Troubleshooting: Gas Chromatography

We probably have all experienced this at some point when performing gas chromatography—our peak shape begins to appear a bit different. In this webinar, we will discuss some of the most common chromatographic issues that you experience with gas chromatography and take a logical approach to finding the root cause and correcting the problem. Often the best way to approach troubleshooting is to also consider what cannot cause an issue so that precious time is not spent addressing something that is not relevant to the symptoms. This webinar will arm you with simple tools, and a different way to look at troubleshooting, should a problem arise.

Speaker

Alex Ucci
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Agilent GC/MS Solutions for Cannabis and Hemp Testing

This presentation will introduce you to the Agilent flow path solutions for residual solvents, terpenes, and pesticide testing in cannabis and hemp. We will discuss how we have made it easier for you to get up and running quickly with e-Methods, application notes, and consumable kits.

Speaker

Simon Jones
GC Applications Engineer/Scientist
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Keep your GC Column Alive: Tips and Tricks for Extending Column Lifetime

These are just some of the questions we receive frequently in technical support and will address in today’s webinar.  We will show you some tips and tricks on how to bring your column back to life as well as when it is time to get a new one.  We will also discuss some preventative measures you can take to keep your column healthy such as implementing sample preparation.

Speaker

Ryan Birney
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

Alex Ucci
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Demystifying Valve Gas Chromatography: Understanding Complex Valve Configurations

Valve chromatography can be overwhelming to even the most experienced GC users.  Join us as we discuss the physical design of the valves, how the physical design relates to common valve diagrams, and common uses for different types of valves.  We will begin with simple valve configurations and understand how these simple concepts can create a complex solution.  We hope to have you leave with a basic understanding of valve chromatography.

Speaker

Kelly Beard
Application Scientist
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Get Better Resolution for your New Year’s Resolution: GC Separation Troubleshooting

Whether it be eating healthier or exercising more, we all set goals for the New Year.  But are you also resolving to get better resolution this year with your GC columns?

Are you experiencing peak co-elution or would you simply like to obtain more resolution between your peaks?

Join us as we discuss methods and strategies for getting better resolution as your New Year’s resolution.

Speaker

Alex Ucci
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Indecisive About your Column Selection? Let Us Help You Choose the Correct GC Column

There are many column choices for GC and GC/MS but which one is right for your method?   Choosing the correct column type is paramount in being successful with your analysis. Understanding the stationary phase chemistry and the role it plays in column selectivity, as well as the dimensions of the capillary column itself, will result in a more robust and efficient analysis. This talk will discuss how the various stationary phases influence selectivity, as well as how column dimensions affect peak behavior and resolution. Join us as we match YOU with the right column for your analysis!

Speaker

Alex Ucci
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Agilent 8890 Features to Improve Lab Productivity

Have you been wondering how the new features in the 8890 can help your lab? Do you know the new features the 8890 has to offer? The 8890 has integrated tools that can help your lab with productivity. The new tools can also help your lab maintain, troubleshoot, and monitor your GC’s usage. Join this webinar to learn more about these features and find out how you can implement them in your lab.

Speaker

Jamie Wetuski
GC Training Specialist Technical Marketing
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Understanding GC- What is Really Going on Inside the Box?

In this presentation, we will leave you with an understanding of what Gas Chromatography really means, and what is really happening from injection to detection. We will explain what resolution is, and how to improve it as well as the influence that each component of the system has on your results in general.

Speaker

Mark Sinnott
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Making Better Connections in GC and GC/MS Systems

This presentation will cover products from Agilent that make GC connections more robust by utilizing new technologies that makes connections easier, leak free and more inert for any application.

Topics covered include: Self Tightening Stainless Column Nuts and ferrules, Press Fits, UltiMetal Plus and Stainless Steel Capillary Tubing, Ferrule Pre-swaging installation tool and MS interface installation tool, among others.

Speaker

Mark Sinnott
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Tips and Tricks: Best Practices for Column Installation and Care of GC Columns

The installation and care of your GC column is of the utmost importance. Whether you are new to the practice of gas chromatography, or would like a refresher, join us as we discuss proper column installation and handling for all Agilent GCs, including the Agilent Intuvo 9000 GC. We will also address the common modes of column degradation and some of the misconceptions that people have concerning column degradation. Lastly, we will discuss ways that you can protect and maintain your column performance and extend its lifetime while minimizing instrument downtime.

Speaker

Alex Ucci
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

Ryan Birney
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Techniques for Avoiding Unexpected Problems in LC and GC Analysis

Chromatography can be complicated. Sample preparation is important, but not always used correctly. This webinar will cover some unexpected problems and solutions to generate better data. We will cover topics including peak shape, ghost peaks, tailing peaks, split peaks, missing peaks, variable retention times, high backpressure, instrument contamination, and ion suppression. We will go over strategies for cleaning up your sample, protecting your column and instrument from sample matrix contamination, and getting reliable, reproducible, and accurate results from your chromatography.

Speaker

Alex Ucci
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

How to Go Fast and Make Your Carrier Gas Last

In today’s ever-changing laboratory environment, sample throughput and security of supply are paramount in maintaining productivity. With the recent limited availability and cost increase of helium, many labs are looking at ways to conserve and convert. In this webinar, we will demonstrate how simple column and consumables choices can improve speed of analysis, while also minimizing the use of carrier gas. We will also illustrate how these same consumables will provide the flexibility needed to simplify conversion to hydrogen carrier gas, if needed. Finally, we will provide some simple, under-utilized tips on how to conserve your current gas use. Please join us to hear how you can implement fast GC methods that will also reduce the impact of carrier gas supply disruptions.

Speaker

Ashlee Gerardi
Product Marketing
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

How to Keep a Good Thing Going: Preventive and Routine Maintenance for Your GC System

There are many consumables in the GC flow path, and sometimes it can be tricky to know when it is time for a replacement. Join us as we review the common consumables in the GC flow path and point out common signs or symptoms that indicate it may be time to do some maintenance.

Speaker

Alex Ucci
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Unlocking Pesticide Analysis Excellence: Proven Tactics for Optimal Results with Helium and Hydrogen

Delve into the GC/TQ pesticide analysis workflow, from sample preparation to robust results over hundreds of injections. We will uncover the expert strategies for enhancing analytical performance in the analysis of pesticides in challenging food matrices with the 7000E GC/TQ and the 7010C GC/TQ. From EMR pass-through cleanup to the benefits of a midcolumn backflush, GC injection optimization, column considerations with helium and hydrogen, GC method translation, retention time locking, and the consumables designed to simplify the setup, we will reveal the keys to success with both helium and hydrogen carrier gases. Elevate your analysis with tips and tricks that bring out the best in your results.

Speaker

Anastasia A. Andrianova
GC/MS Application Scientist
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Navigating Troubled Waters: A Deep Dive into Water Injections by GC

Injecting water into your GC may be convenient, especially if you are working with compounds that have limited solubility in organic solvents or with water samples. However, there are many potential problems with water, including injector and detector issues. Join us as we take a dive deep and explore water injections and not only how to perform them correctly, but also the many pointers to keep in mind when working with water.

Speaker

Mark Sinnott
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Don’t Get Carried Away by Carryover: Troubleshooting GC Chromatography

Have you ever seen analyte peaks show up in a blank, or extra peaks suddenly appear out of nowhere? It is likely that you have some carryover or contamination in your system. Contamination that creates ghost and carryover peaks can be introduced at different points, including sample preparation, introduction, and separation. The additional peaks can cause false positive identifications and/or inaccurate quantitative results.

Speaker

Alex Ucci
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Prevent, Protect, Purify: The Benefits of Gas Filtration

Impure gases can cause installation delays, premature instrument failure, and flawed results. Purification is one of the most important steps that you can take to optimize your system performance. Although you might purchase the highest-quality gas, purification still acts as a form of insurance in case a leak occurs. Join us as we cover options for gas purification and have a look at what gas contamination looks like so you can spot it in your chromatography.

Speaker

Ryan Birney
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

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Spectroscopy Digital Workshops & Bootcamps Webinar Series

Hone your lab skills, outside the lab, with our live, interactive series of virtual workshops and software bootcamps! Learn about the latest in software solutions for Spectroscopy, discuss the entire analytical process from method development to data analysis, and participate in live analytical runs with our experts. We hope these will prepare you for future hands-on events in the future.

 

 

From Single Cell and Nanoparticle Analysis to Laser Ablation and Beyond: Advanced ICP-MS Research Applications

This discussion will include an overview of NanoParticle, Single Cell, Speciation, Laser Ablation, and other hyphenated ICP-MS applications that can advance your research and development with unparalleled insights.

Speaker

L. Craig Jones
ICP-MS Application Scientist,
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Microplastic Pollution: IR Microspectroscopy is Enhancing Chemical Identification

Speaker

Dave Schiering
Founder & Chief Technology Officer
RedWave

 

 

Tips and Tricks Workshop on ICP-OES: Smarter Method Development

Techniques on how to achieve the best sensitivity and detection limits through tuning techniques and strategies.

Speakers

Ana García González
Atomic Spectroscopy Application Scientist
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

Christopher Conklin
Product Specialist
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Microplastics in Wastewater: A Population-Based Approach to Identifying Potential Sources

Speaker

Ian Eggleston
Masters Student in Plant and Soil Sciences
Stockbridge School of Agriculture, UM, Amherst

 

 

Innovations in ICPMS Software: Making the Most of Your Analysis

Recent innovations in ICPMS MassHunter and how these innovations can assist analysts be more confident in their data.

Speaker

Bert Woods
Application Scientist
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Moving from R&D and Limited QC on a UV-Vis-NIR instrument to Large Scale QC Using an Autosampler

Speaker

Mark Fisher, PhD
Application Engineer, Molecular Spectroscopy
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Tips and Tricks on ICP-OES for Best Detection Limits and Less Carryover

When it comes to detection limits we all want to achieve the lowest possible values. Learn all the tips and tricks and select the proper components of an ICP-OES sample introduction system to optimize your data quality. Take advantage of the smart and easy features of Agilent’s ICP-Expert software to enhance instrument performance and remove carryover.

Speaker

Sima Singha, PhD
ICP-OES Application Scientist, Atomic Spectroscopy
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

 

Identification of Incoming Raw Materials in Paper Bags, Sacks, Tubs, Bottles, and Barrels

Speaker

Luciana Terra
Application Scientist, Molecular Spectroscopy
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

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New to HPLC? Tips for Avoiding Beginner Pitfalls

Operating an HPLC (High-Performance Liquid Chromatography) system can be overwhelming for a new user. There are numerous pitfalls or “gotchas.” Even the matter of which tubing and fittings are compatible, and which are not, can pose a serious impediment to successfully operating the HPLC.

In this discussion, we will cover:

  • The significance of connections
  • Considerations for the mobile phase
  • Quality considerations
  • Preventing microbial growth
  • Compatibility of sample and solvent
  • Characteristics of the column; their significance and limitations
  • The importance of sample preparation

 

Speakers

Rita Steed
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

Rita Steed began supporting the LC column line for Agilent in 1999. As a Chromatography Specialist (first with Chromatography, Inc., then directly for Agilent), Rita worked on-site with researchers in Pharmaceutical and other industries presenting technical seminars and assisting researchers with troubleshooting and method development. Rita has over 20 years of Chromatography experience in the Biotechnology, Chemical, and Pharmaceutical industries. She has held positions in Research, Sales, and Technical Service. Rita has earned degrees in Microbiology and Life Sciences/Biochemistry. In her current position, she is an inside Application Engineer supporting LC columns.

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Food Testing Workflows Webinar Series

Ensuring food safety and quality is more crucial than ever. For African countries, where ensuring food safety and quality is paramount for the well being of their citizens and the success of their exports, Agilent expertise can make a difference.

Chemetrix offers Agilent’s comprehensive suite of solutions that helps you identify pesticide residues, verify label claims, and safeguard food authenticity. Now, a new free-to-access series of webinars expands on necessary knowledge for this valuable process that ensures our food is safe and nutritious.

These webinars are designed to help you learn more about the latest trends and technologies in Food Testing Workflows. Agilent experts will present webinars on the latest applications, soil analysis, laboratory performance improvement, time and cost savings opportunities, and much more.

 

 

Webinar 1 – Agilent LC Solutions for Food Testing and Food Fortification

HPLC is a powerful analytical technique widely used in the food industry, research labs and commercial testing labs for quality control, safety assessment, and nutritional analysis

Speaker

Ansuman Mahato
Application Engineer – HPLC
Agilent Technologies

 

 

Webinar 2 – Latest Applications and Workflows for the Food Market

Food laboratories find themselves in a frequently changing environment where they need to update their analytical procedures to follow new legislation and upcoming regulations.

Speaker

Cecilia Mazza
Product Specialist, EMEA IDO – Chemistries & Suppliers
Agilent Technologies

 

 

Webinar 3 – Sample Prep for Food Analysis: An overview about available techniques

In this presentation we will cover most common Sample Preparation Techniques for Food Analysis and related products, as well as most advanced, specific and unique solutions.

Speaker

Giorgio Ferlat
MSc, EMEAI IDO Product Specialist, Chemistries and Supplies
Agilent Technologies

 

 

Webinar 4 – Multiresidue Pesticide Analysis in Food using GC/MS/MS and LC/MS/MS in Accordance with the SANTE 11312/2021 Guideline

Pesticides play an important role in the agriculture and food industries to improve crop yield and food production. However, the quantity of pesticide residue remaining in or on commodities are tightly controlled to avoid contamination of the food chain and the environment. Therefore, regulatory agencies have set maximum residue levels (MRLs) for hundreds of pesticides and their metabolites.

Speaker

Laurent Pascaud
Spécialiste Produits GC & GC/MS
Agilent Technologies

 

 

Webinar 5 – Plant and Soil Analysis for the Determination of their Inorganic Content

Testing soils and plants for trace and major elements is important for the development, the growth and the plant metabolism. This is also critical for monitoring the plant nutrients composition and assessing the potential for contamination of food crops.

Speaker

Uwe Noetzel
EMEAI Technical Coverage and Solutions
Agilent Technologies

 

 

Webinar 6 – Analysing Trace and Major Elements in Food Samples

To ensure food safety and safeguard human health, the characterization of the elemental composition of a wide range of food types is required. Since the concentration ranges for different elements vary significantly across different foods, various methodes can be used for sample characterization.

Speaker

Uwe Noetzel
EMEAI Technical Coverage and Solutions
Agilent Technologies

 

 

Webinar 7 – Better Lab Sample Turnaround – Saving Time and Solvent per run

Nowadays, laboratories have the challenge of becoming progressively more productive as well as focusing on continuous improvements.

Speaker

Giorgio Ferlat
MSc, EMEAI IDO Product Specialist, Chemistries and Supplies
Agilent Technologies

 

 

Webinar 8 – Quantitative Analysis of Mycotoxins in Foods by Triple Quadrupole LC/MS

Pesticides play an important role in the agriculture and food industries to improve crop yield and food production. However, the quantity of pesticide residue remaining in or on commodities are tightly controlled to avoid contamination of the food chain and the environment. Therefore, regulatory agencies have set maximum residue levels (MRLs) for hundreds of pesticides and their metabolites.

Speaker

Henry Russell
LCMS Product Specialist
Agilent Technologies

 

Agilent food and beverage testing products and services keep you at the forefront of the latest trends, ahead of issues, and focused where you need to be to deliver the highest quality and value to your customers.

Join this informative and exciting webinar series that will explore topics such as the latest applications and workflows for the food market, sample prep for food analysis, plant and soil analysis for inorganic content and much much more. The webinar series is free but registration is required.

 

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OpenLab CDS Webinar Series

Discover what OpenLab CDS software suite can do in your lab!

Seminar 1 – The Control Panel and Data Acquisition

The Control Panel is the gatekeeper to the system. Learn how to enable authentication to allow chemist names to be placed on reports. See how to configure a system in a compliant environment and restrict users’ access to instruments and data. Understand the use of Roles and Privileges to refine what users can do. Understand the need, creation, and use of Projects. Explore how to set up an Acquisition Method for a virtual 3-D HPLC and a virtual 7890 GC. Explore the software features that have been designed to help minimize sequence creation time and eliminate costly typographical errors.

 

Seminar 2 – Data Analysis

Explore the new look and feel of the Data Analysis engine. Become acquainted with Integration Parameters and how to create a calibration curve for quantitation. Investigate new software tools such as Peak Explorer, UV and MS Spectral capabilities, library searching and matching, peak purity, and more. Learn how to combine information from multiple results sets to track trends across time and instrumentation.

 

Seminar 3 – Custom Calculator and Reporting

Stop doing your calculations in Excel. Learn how to set up calculations in the Custom Calculator and Intelligent Reporter. Explore the differences between the two portions of software and understand where and when to use each. Customize individual injection reports. Explore how to create a sequence report with separate sections for standards and samples so statistics like average and standard deviation can be calculated across injections in a sequence.

 

Session 4 – OpenLab CDS for MS Data

OpenLab CDS can control both LC/MS (SQ) and GC/MS (SQ) instruments in your lab. Learn the Data Analysis workflow tips on how to most effectively and efficiently analyze MS-specific data.

 

Speakers

Richard Mutkoski
Laboratory Informatics Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

Richard Mutkoski has been a field representative for over 27 years for both hardware and software. In his current role as an informatics application engineer, Rich presents technical solutions of the OpenLab suite of products to customers worldwide. Prior to his tenure at Agilent Rich spent 15 years in a variety of pharma QA/QC and R&D positions, providing him a unique understanding of those workflows, bottlenecks, and challenges.

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Modernise Your Lab with Intelligent Software

To move into the digital age, you need software that can help you manage the growing amount of data generated by the modern lab. The right tools help turn that data into actionable insights and keep your lab operating efficiently. Today’s laboratory software solutions need to easily migrate data and methods from aging platforms and simplify data analysis and reporting tasks.

This webinar explores key features laboratory software must have to meet the demands of today’s laboratory. It also discusses the best process to migrate methods and data to the latest software platform. Another touchpoint is how to increase productivity and accessibility of instruments through a modern cloud-based architecture.

 

Speakers

Kathleen O’Dea
Application Engineer
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

Kathleen O’Dea has a 20-year history with Agilent’s OpenLab products. As an Informatics Application Engineer, Kathleen has visited customers around the world in a wide variety of market areas, helping them select and implement OpenLab software products.

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Decoding Automation of Metabolite and Lipid Extraction Workflows

Technology improvements in liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry have enhanced the detection and identification of metabolites and lipids from complex biological samples. As metabolomics and lipidomics measurements become increasingly valued, there is a growing need to automate sample preparation workflows.

Specifically, Agilent automation offers intuitive workflows that provide high data reproducibility and increased throughput while reducing hands-on time. In this webinar, we describe key learnings revealed during the automation of several workflows that extract metabolites and/or lipids from plasma and mammalian cell samples.

 

Speakers

Genevieve Van de Bittner, Ph.D.
R&D Researcher
Agilent Research Laboratories
Agilent Technologies, Inc.

 

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