As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, this years’ ASMS has switched to an online meeting.
Traditionally, mass spectrometers commonly available to open access core facility users are low resolution GC-EIMS or LC-ESIMS with single quadrupole mass filters.
Metabolic profiling of breath analysis involves processing, alignment, scaling and clustering of thousands of features ex-tracted from Gas Chromatography Mass spectrometry (GC-MS) data from hundreds of participants.
For mass spectrometry (MS)-based metabolomics it is recommended to include the analysis of reference samples (preferably pooled study samples), as an added quality control (QC) measure at regular intervals throughout an analytical sequence.
The 2019 BMSS Meeting will again be in Manchester and promises to be another exciting and entertaining event, with new ideas for sessions and three confirmed plenary speakers.
Scottish Metabolomics Network Symposium 2019 We are please to be sponsoring and exhibiting at this years meeting in Glasgow. This is a major conference for Scottish Researchers into Metabolism. For more details about the Scottish Metabolomics Network visit www.scottishmetabolomics.net.