Join Us at ASMS 2022!

Join Newomics at ASMS 2022 as we showcase the mass spectrometry innovation

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Booth #507

We will showcase our MnESI ion sources, now compatible also with Agilent mass spectrometers.

Additionally, we will show you the spray with different samples and flow rates of our award-winning multinozzle M3 emitter and the new nanoMEA chip. The uniqueness of this chip is that it monolithically integrates the M3 emitter with an on-chip LC column, eliminating dead volume and simplifying nanoflow LC-MS plumbing and connections.

Our scientists will answer all your questions about our technology and applications.

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Newomics Breakfast Talk

When: Tuesday, June 7 at 7 am CT
Where: Room 200J

During the Newomics Breakfast Talk., our guest speaker, Rebekah Gundry, Ph.D., from Nebraska Medical Center, will discuss her results on glycomics, and Simion Kreimer, Ph.D. from Cedars-Sinai will present his findings on proteomics.

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Bruker User Meeting

When: Sunday, June 5 starting at 7:00 am CT
Where: Hyatt Regency at the Northstar Ballroom

We will showcase our products on June 5, from 7 am in the Northwoods room on the 2nd level of the Hyatt Regency.

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Thermo Fisher Hospitality Suite

When: June 5 – June 9, from 8 pm CT
Where: Thermo Fisher Hospitality Suite at the Hilton Minneapolis (3rd Floor)

We will be next to Thermo UHMR, and will bring our MnESI Legacy source with the M3 emitter and the new nanoMEA chip.


High Sensitivity Top-Down Proteomics Reveals Heterogeneous Proteoform Profiles Amongst Various Single Skeletal Muscle Cells

When: Thursday, June 9 from 3:10 pm – 3:30 pm CT
Where: Hall A

Jake Melby of University of Wisconsin-Madison discusses a highly sensitive top-down proteomics strategy for the analysis of proteoforms from SMFs, which revealed distinct proteoform profiles compared to tissue.

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TP 269: Interfacing MnESI and Q-TOF Mass Spectrometers for Microflow LC-MS

When: Tuesday, June 7 from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm CT
Speaker: Daojing Wang, Newomics Inc.

Our very own Daojing Wang demonstrates a new microflow-nanospray ESI-MS platform by interfacing M3 emitters with Agilent Q-TOF mass spectrometers for sensitive and robust quantification of intact proteins under both native and denatured conditions.

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TP 491: Single-cell lipidomics by nanoflow liquid chromatography combined with multinozzle emitter mass spectrometer

When: Tuesday, June 7 from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm CT
Speaker: Kai-Wen Cheng, National Taiwan University, Taipei City, Taipei

Kai-Wen Cheng of National Taiwan University proposes to establish a high sensitivity platform for single cell analysis via nanoflow liquid chromatography.

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WP 210: Multi-nozzle emitters for structure-based glycomics

When: Wednesday, June 8 from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm CT
Speaker: Melinda Wojtkiewicz, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Melinda Wojtkiewicz of University of Nebraska Medical Center evaluates the Newomics™ MnESI source and M3 emitters for increased sensitivity of a microflow method for robust, high throughput structure-based glycomics analysis.

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WP 241: Maximizing Throughput with Parallelization in Large Cohort and Single Cell Proteomic Analysis

When: Wednesday, June 8 from 10:30 am – 2:30 pm CT
Speaker: Simion Kreimer, Ph.D., Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Smidt Heart Institute

Simion Kreimer of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center discusses how they achieved 90% IU in low micro-flow analysis of plasma and based on preliminary data can achieve 80% IU in nano-flow analysis of single cardiomyocytes.

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ThP 099: NanoMEA Chip Platform for Proteomics

When: Thursday, June 9 from 10:30 am – 3:30 pm CT
Speaker: Robert Maxwell, Newomics Inc.

Newomics’ Robert Maxwell benchmarks the performance of nanoMEA chips for small-volume top-down and bottom-up proteomics.

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