HPLC 2017

 

18.06. - 22.06.2017
Prague Congress Centre
Prague, Czech Republic
www.hplc2017-prague.org

 

Please join us at our booth at HPLC 2017. The HPLC symposium series is well known as the world leading forum for the information exchange among researchers dealing with separations in liquid phases and supercritical fluids, as well as hyphenated techniques. Our product specialists are looking forward to welcome you and discuss latest developments as well as established techniques. See you in Prague!

 

 

Lunchtime Seminar

 

Monday, 19. June, 12:45 – 13:45h
Club E

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Is the supercritical fluid extraction/chromatography promising for metabolite identification?
Arnold Demailly, Novartis, Switzerland

What is the advantage of SFC-MS?
Yuka Fujito, Shimadzu Corporation, Japan

Teaching Practical HPLC at a Distance
Dr Nick Turner, The Open University, UK

 

 

Oral Presentations

 

Monday, 19. June, 8:30 - 9:00h
Session HYP 1

Differential mobility spectrometry - mass spectrometry as an orthogonal separation dimension for omics

Gérard Hopfgartner, University of Geneva, Switzerland

 

Monday, 19. June, 17:34 - 17:46h
Session YOU 4

Automated robotic sample preparation for metabolomics with hyphenation to LC-SWATH/MS acquisition for plasma and liver samples

Michel Raetz, University of Geneva, Switzerland

 

Tuesday, 20. June, 09:10 - 09:22 h
Session YOU 5

Use of a novel linear retention index system as identification  tool in liquid chromatography: Applications in lipidomics

Francesca Rigano, Chromaleont S.r.L., Italy

                                               

Tuesday, 20. June, 14:00 - 14:30 h
Session APP 7             

The use of specific interactions with fullerenes in microscale liquid phase separations           

Koji Otsuka, Kyoto University, Japan

 

Tuesday, 20. June, 17:00 - 17:20h
Session HYP 8

Enhancing ionization in supercritical fluid chromatography – electrospray mass spectrometry

Laura Akbal, University of Geneva, Switzerland

 

Wednesday, 21. June, 09:40 - 10:00h
Session HYP 9

High-throughput differential mobility spectrometry-mass spectrometry for monitoring oxidative stress markers in human whole blood

Sophie Bravo-Veyrat, Life Sciences, Switzerland

 

Wednesday, 21. June, 11:10 - 11:22h
Session YOU 10

Online supercritical fluid extraction-supercritical fluid chromatography-mass spectrometry for carotenoids determination in red habanero peppers

Mariosimone Zoccali, Chromaleont srl, Italy

 

Wednesday, 21. June, 11:22 - 11:34h
Session YOU 10

Development of novel poly(vinylpyridine)-based SFC columns and their applications

Kanji Nagai, DAICEL Corporation, Japan

 

Wednesday, 21. June, 14:00 - 14:30h
Session APP 11

Multidimensional techniques for the analysis of food products

Paola Dugo, University of Messina, Italy

 

Wednesday, 21. June, 17:00 - 17:20h
Session HYP 12

Further development of liquid chromatography – triple quadrupole – mass spectrometry for top-down intact protein separation and quantitation

Kevin A. Schug, The University of Texas at Arlington, USA
 

Wednesday, 21. June, 17:00 - 17:20h
Session APP 12

Characterization of Saffron Marker- and Aroma Compounds by One- and Comprehensive Two-Dimensional HPLC-IT-TOF-MS Analysis

Erwin Rosenberg, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

 

Thursday, 22. June, 09:50 - 10:10h
Session HYP 13

Electrochemical activation of platinum based cytostatics investigated by means of liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry

Lisa Frensemeier , University of Münster, Germany

 

Thursday, 22. June, 09:50 - 10:10h
Session APP 13

One-minute separation of five biothiols using amide-modified liquid chromatography chip

Makoto Tsunoda, University of Tokyo, Japan

 

Thursday, 22. June, 12:10 - 12:30h
Session FUN 14

New platform for simple and rapid protein-based affinity reactions

Takuya Kubo, Kyoto University, Japan

 

 

          

Poster Presentations

 

1| FUN1-P16-Mo: LC column comparison: Fully porous and core-shell

C. Schultz, Shimadzu Europa GmbH, Duisburg, Germany

 

2| FUN5-P06-Tu: The power of selectivity and the strength to choose - Chiral Screening using an SFC / LC Switching System

G.J. Schad, Shimadzu Europa GmbH, Duisburg, Germany

                               

3| FUN5-P07-Tu: Development of New Polymer-based Column for Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

Y. Fujito, Shimadzu Corporation, Kyoto Japan

               

4| FUN5-P08-Tu: Advantages of SFC-MS compared to LC-MS in the analysis of small molecules

R. Ludwig, Shimadzu Europa GmbH, Duisburg, Germany

               

5| APP5-P09-Tu: Development and usage of a comprehensive parallel chiral HPLC stationary phase screen in polar organic solvents for drug discovery chemistry

A. Knaggs, GlaxoSmithKline R&D, United Kingdom

               

6| HYP8-P01-Tu: Supercritical fluid chromatography on chiral separation of enantiomeric drugs in human plasma with MS/MS detection           

Y. Watabe, Shimadzu Corporation, Kyoto Japan 

 

7| HYP13-P02-Tu: Quantitative analysis of arsenic species in rice using LC-ICP-MS

U. Oppermann, Shimadzu Europa GmbH, Duisburg, Germany        

               

8| FUN9-P02-We:  (U)HPLC basics and beyond: An evaluation of (U)HPLC operating parameters and their effect on chromatographic performance

K. Watanabe, Shimadzu Corporation, Kyoto, Japan

 

9| APP11-P29-We: Investigation of mycotoxins in beverages such as beer with the Mycotoxin Screening System using several cleanup techniques

C. Schultz, Shimadzu Europa GmbH, Duisburg, Germany

               

10| APP11-P37-We: Fast analysis of natural and artificial vanilla flavorings computer assisted development of a robust, fast and sensitive UHPLC method

P. Jochems, Shimadzu Europa GmbH, Duisburg, Germany

               

11| FUN12-P03-We: Importance of hydrogen bonding on deuterium isotope effects in liquid chromatographic separation

E. Kanao, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan

               

12| HYP12-P13-We: Fully automated derivatization -quantification of Glyphosate and AMPA in beer using a standard UHPLC-MS/MS system 

A. Grüning, Shimadzu Europa GmbH, Duisburg, Germany

               

13| APP14-P04-We: Degradation products of sulfamethoxazole after treatment with chlorine dioxide

K. Eckey, University of Muenster,Münster, Germany

 

 

Product Lineup

 

In only 14 minutes, this mycotoxin screening system is able to detect the presence of 10 mycotoxins with LOQs matching EU regulations. The system does not require sample derivatization, for highly efficient sample measurement. It offers the high performance and user friendly handling of the established i-series compact LC system with additional features to help the unexperienced user.

 

The Shimadzu i-Series Method Scouting System makes easy work of optimizing (U)HPLC separations. With a few clicks you can test up to 100 combinations of mobile phases, columns, and gradient profiles, using the dedicated Method Scouting Solution software.
The system delivers UHPLC performance for fast analysis with built-in UV or PDA detection, while also being LCMS compatible.

 

The Nexera UC/s makes it easy to switch between LC and SFC separations on a single system. LC and SFC offer very different selectivity for analytes of interest, so an increased range of compounds can be analyzed. Switching between SFC and LC permits rapid screening for optimum separation conditions resulting in improved analytical efficiency.

 

The LCMS-8060 is designed to push the limits of LC-MS/MS quantitation for applications requiring the highest sensitivity and robustness while delivering a meaningful solution for routine LC-MS/MS analyses.