Interested in combining ion mobility with your Orbitrap or ion trap mass spectrometer? With the MA3100 you can add high resolution, plug & play IMS to your system in under 30 seconds! Applications include isomer separation (sugars, lipids, metabolites, vitamins), analysis of protein conformation states and peptide CCS, 2D characterization of complex mixtures, e.g. in petroleomics, and many more - please see below for a list of results presented at this AMS by our customers, collaboration partners and colleagues.
Intrigued? Please join us at booth 306 to take a look at the instrumentation and to discuss your application ideas or a potential instrument demonstration. We look forward to meeting with you!
|Deducing Association Energies from Shifts in Arrival Time Distributions: Impact of Selective Gas-Phase Ion-Vapor Clustering||Pearl Kwantwi-Barima, Washington State University, Pullman, WA||TOH pm 03:10|
|Separation of Saccharide Isomers using High Performance Ion Mobility Spectrometry on an Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer||Aurelio La Rotta, Excellims Corporation, Acton MA||TP 429|
|Separation of Noncovalently-Labeled Disaccharide Isobars by Traveling Wave and Frequency-Modulated Drift Tube Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry||Kristin McKenna, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA||TP 410|
|Evaluating the influence of ion mobility techniques on conformer interconversion for routine quantitation of 25-hydroxyvitamin D3||Nicholas Oranzi, University of Florida, Gainesville FL||TP 430|
|Separation of Isomeric Metabolites Using High Performance Ion Mobility in Various Drift Gases on an Orbitrap Mass Spectrometer||Julia Kaszycki Excellims Corporation, Acton MA||WP 432|
|Chirality Induced Gas-Phase Acidity and Conformational Changes in Cysteine-Polyalanine Peptides||Yuntao Zhang, University of the Pacific, Stockton CA||ThP 279|
|Investigation of the Gas Phase Structure of Polyproline Helix through Acidity Measurement||Yadwinder Mann, University of the Pacific, Stockton CA||ThP 280|
What if your mass spectrometer could also provide information on a molecule's 3D size and shape? Adding a mobility stage does just that, enabling you to:
If the above sounds interesting, you might want to consider adding a mobility stage to your MS - it is as simple as swapping out ion sources:
Easy to install and use, an add-on ion mobility stage is also inexpensive, as you already have the mass spectrometer in place. Interested? Please check out the MA3100 product pages or contact an application specialist using the link below!
Excellims to exhibit and present at 65th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, June 4 - 8, 2017 Indianapolis, Indiana. Visit us at booth #404 to meet our scientists and learn more about the high performance ion mobility spectrometry (HPIMS) products and the add-on HPIMS module for Thermo ScientificTM Orbitrap and other mass spectrometers.
Click here for the ASMS website and conference catalogue.
Please bear with us as we bring back the older articles soon!