- Tuesday October 16, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM:
Workshop with Sound Analytics. Let’s talk about this!
- Wednesday October 17, 1:15 PM – 2:15 PM:
Workshop “Leading High-Performance Nanoflow and Microflow LC-MS into the Future”
- Wednesday October 17, 2:30 PM – 3:45 PM:
Innovator Award Session (Track 7) Presentation, “Fast HPLC Injections, Rethought”
- Poster #110: “Development of Highly Sensitive HPLC/MS/MS Method for the Concurrent Quantitation of Insulin and Insulin Analogs in Human Plasma”
- Poster #111: “Nano-HPLC Platform for High-Throughput Proteome Analysis”
- Booth #1, Prolab Instruments
If you are coming to Orlando for HUPO 2018, you will be among the first to hear about our latest exciting developments to improve HPLC injections. You can find us at booth #305.
Also, we will have an oral presentation on the “innovation stage”, Tuesday October 2nd at 9:45 a.m.
Poster 223: Short LC-gradients for high throughput and deep shotgun proteomics using PASEF on a TIMS equipped QTOF
Poster 251: High Sensitivity Phosphoproteomics using PASEF on a TIMS-QTOF mass spectrometer
Poster 296: Evaluating the timsTOFPRO bottom-up proteomics platform potential for Proteoform Profiling and Top-Down approaches
Poster 319: Highly reproducible and accurate label free quantification using the PASEF method on a TIMS-QTOF mass spectrometer
Oral WOC 11:58am, Wednesday – Oceana 6: PASEF for ultra-sensitive shotgun proteomics
Oral WOB pm 2:40pm, Wednesday – Oceana 7: Trapped ion mobility mass spectrometry for improved sensitivity and fastest proteomics
Prolab Instruments has released a new software interface for its Zirconium Nano-UHPLC pump series for use in chromatography data systems from various vendors. This was requested by many users, and adds to the flexibility of LC system integration. Continue reading Zirconium Software Integrations for OpenLab, Analyst, Chromeleon, HyStar
In our long history of Micro- and Nano-HPLC product developments, we had the chance to collect experience using many approaches on how to fit a thin glass tube into a large (1/16″) stainless steel port, which is what many HPLC and UHPLC systems employ to this day.
Welcome to Prolab Instruments’ new website! The update was long overdue, and we hope the new site is more informative, up to date and friendly to use than the previous one. In case of any rough edges or missing information, we would be happy to hear from you.