Latest Mass spectrometry Stories

2011-11-29 16:51:13

Negative ions play an important role in everything from how our bodies function to the structure of the universe. Scientists from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, have now developed a new method that makes it possible to study how the electrons in negative ions interact in, which is important in, for example, superconductors and in radiocarbon dating. "By studying atoms with a negative charge, 'negative ions', we can learn how electrons coordinate their motion in what can be compared...

2011-11-19 08:00:00

The ability of AnalyzerPro data mining software to objectively and automatically compare LC/MS data was presented at "Data to Knowledge", a two day meeting jointly organized by the Royal Society of Chemistry Molecular Spectroscopy Group and the British Mass Spectrometry Society. Evans Mills, NY and Gananoque, ON (PRWEB) November 19, 2011 Attendees to "Data to Knowledge", a recent meeting jointly organized by the Royal Society of Chemistry Molecular Spectroscopy Group and the British Mass...

2011-10-31 13:06:12

New top-down strategy of identifying proteins could lead to early detection of disease The human genome has been mapped. Now, it's on to proteins, a much more daunting task. There are 20,300 genes, but there are millions of distinct protein molecules in our bodies. Many of these hold keys to understanding disease and targeting treatment. A team led by Northwestern University chemical biologist Neil Kelleher has developed a new "top-down" method that can separate and identify thousands...

2011-09-29 15:03:01

Quantum logic is quite a new and absolutely fascinating field of physics and might - ultimately - lead to the fabrication of a quantum computer. And it could also aid the search for the "theory of everything" - the missing link between traditional physics and quantum physics. One of the fundamental questions hereby is whether fundamental constants possibly vary. To prove this in the case of the fine-structure constant, for instance, we have to measure the spectral lines of atoms (i.e. their...

2011-09-16 07:00:00

Information on AnalyzerPro, data mining software for mass spectrometry, is now available at two web sites dedicated for North American mass spectrometry professionals who seek better ways to perform target component analysis in complex mixtures. Evans Mills, NY & Gananoque, ON (PRWEB) September 16, 2011 FarHawk Marketing Services announced today the simultaneous release of web sites AnalyzerPro.us and AnalyzerPro.ca, sites dedicated to the North American distribution of AnalyzerPro,...

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