Chromatography

A ZERO FOOTPRINT OPEN ACCESS SYSTEM FOR UNIFIED OPERATION, DATA PRESENTATION AND USER TRAINING

Aug 29 2007

Author: G.J.Langley, J.M.Herniman, S.J.Campbell, J.H.Moncur on behalf of Unassigned Independent Article

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Advances in high throughput techniques, chemistries and analyses, have revolutionised the research landscape. The use of automated systems underpins the majority of mass spectrometry approaches. This has been adopted in the Pharmaceutical industry, through all the ?Omics? but it has yet to be fully accepted within some of the chemistry communities. In many cases the high throughput approach means that the vast majority of users are not specifically trained mass spectrometrists. They don?t need to be, but the sample submission, data acquisition and data presentation now demands a user friendly, robust client interface ? the so called open access software. This allows mass spectrometry to be fully utilised as a research tool in wider application fields that have their own specialists. They still require a thorough understanding of mass spectrometry but they no longer need to have the day to day hands on capabilities.

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