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Speaker: Daojing Wang, Ph.D.
Founder, President & CEO at Newomics, Inc.
Proteomics of small volumes of biological samples down to single cells has progressed rapidly. However, simultaneous achievement of sensitivity, reproducibility, and throughput for LC-MS-based proteomics remains a challenge. Newomics silicon-microfluidic-chip platform has been demostrated to provide novel solutions to address the challenge. Two products will be introduced in this seminar. The first is the M3 emitter, a multinozzle emitter that enables microflow LC-nanospray ESI-MS, which achieves the robustness and throughput with microflow LC, while maintaining the sensitivity of nanoflow ESI-MS. The second is the MEA chip that monothically integrates the M3 emitter with an on-chip LC column, thereby reducing the dead volume and simplifying the plumbing and connection for nanoflow LC-MS. Applications in bottom-up, targeted, and top-down proteomics, as well as native MS analysis of proteins and protein complexes, will be showcased.
This webinar is presented in partnership with Stanford University Mass Spectrometry as part of the SUMS SEMINAR SERIES.