MSACL 2016

12.09. - 15.09.2016
Salzburg Congress Center
Salzburg, Austria

booth 9-10

Mass Spectrometry (MALDI-TOF, Tandem LCMS) is bringing a big shift of technology in the clinical field. MSACL-EU is the place to exchange and share experiences as well to discover all the possibilities that Mass Spectrometry is offering nowadays. Take the chance to visit us and discover the future of LC-MS/MS! 

Corporate Workshop

"Smart Solutions for Clinical Applications" 

Wednesday, 14.09.2016
Mozart 4-5


"The Internal Standard Normalized Matrix Effects (IS-nME): a new tool for the mass spectrometry method validation and its use in clinical applications."

Dr. Antonio D'Avolio, Università degli Studi di Torino, Department of Medical Science


"Quantitative Multi Target Screening (MTS) using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry with MS/MS library based identification for clinical toxicology."

Neil Loftus, Shimadzu MS Business Unit Overseas, Manchester, UK


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Oral Presentations

"Metabolomics enabling personalized medicine"

Thomas Hankemeier, Leiden University / Netherlands Metabolomics Centre

Wednesday, 14.09.2016
9:00 h
Mozart Hall


"Molecular and Elemental Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Brain Tumors Resected by Fluorescence-guided Surgery"

Sabrina Kröger, University of Münster

Thursday, 15.09.2016
15:20 h
Papageno Hall




Tuesday, 13.09.2016 - 18:30 PM


"Analysis of 25-OH Vitamin D2/D3 in Serum by LC-MS/MS with full-automated sample preparation"

Daisuke Kawakami, Shimadzu Corporation

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"Potential and limitations of solid phase microextraction coupled to high sensitive LC-MS/MS system in analysis of prohibited substances from saliva"

Krzysztof Gorynski, Collegium Medicum Nicolaus Copernicus University



"Application of intact metabolome analysis by probe electrospray ionization (PESI)/MS/MS to local distribution analysis and in vivo real-time monitoring"

Yumi Hayashi, Institute for Advanced Research, Nagoya University



"Real-time monitoring of glutamic acid in mouse brain by direct coupling of microdialysis to tandem MS with the newly developed on-line desalting system"

Kei Zaitsu, Institute for Advanced Research, Nagoya University


Wednesday, 14.09.2016 - 12:30 PM


"Exploring Changes in Primary Metabolites in Alzheimer's Disease using Targeted LC-MS/MS"

Nicola Gray, Shimadzu UK

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"UHPLC-MS/MS Method with On-line SPE to Quantify Tacrolimus and Everolimus in Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells: Application of "IS-normalized" Matrix Effect"

Amedeo De Nicolò, University of Turin, Italy



"A fatal fall due to the multiple drug overdose"

Ines Šahinoviæ, University hospital Osijek, Croatia



"High speed UHPLC-MS/MS determination of multiple steroids in human plasma using the Nexera MX system for multiplex analysis"

Neil Loftus, Shimadzu MS Business Unit Overseas, Manchester, UK

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Thursday, 15.09.2016 - 12:30 PM


"Integration of steroids analysis in serum using LC-MS/MS with full-automated sample preparation"

Stephane Moreau, Shimadzu Europa, Germany

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"Forensic and toxicological drug screening using liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry with MS/MS library based identification"

Alan Barnes, Shimadzu MSBU Overseas, Manchester, UK

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"MagSiMUS Sample Preparation Technology for LC-MS/MS Analysis."

Erik Ruijters, MagnaMedics Diagnostics BV, Netherlands



"Fully automated platform for determination of immunosuppressant drugs in whole blood"

Davide Vecchietti, Shimadzu Italy

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"QuEChERS Sample Preparation Prior to UHPLC-MS/MS Determination of Benzodiazepines"

Franck Saint-Marcoux, CHU de LIMOGES



"Simultaneous Determination of Antiepileptic Drugs in Blood by Tandem Mass Spectrometry"

Pavel Glagovskiy, Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University



Product Lineup

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.


The CLAM-2000 (RUO) is a new and unique fully automated sample preparation module connected online to LC-MS/MS. It automatize the pretreatment of blood or other biological samples prior to LC-MS/MS analysis.




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