What’s new in Ion Mobility from Agilent
Agilent Technologies: What’s new in Ion Mobility from Agilent
This presentation will cover Agilent’s most recent advances in High Resolution Ion Mobility Mass – Mass Spectrometry.
Highlights include instrumental developments for collisional activation of proteins as well as full spectral high resolution ion mobility now possible for chromatographic separations with High Resolution Demultiplexing and unprecedented analytical performance achieved through our joint developments in SLIM technology with MOBILion.
Presenter: Christian Klein, Ph.D. (LC/Q-TOF and IM-QTOF Product Manager, Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
After finishing his MSc in Chemistry at Wuerzburg, Germany, Chris moved to the Max-Planck-Institute for Biochemistry in Martinsried, Germany. The title of his PhD thesis (2005), conducted in the Oesterhelt group , was “Proteome analyses of Halobacterium salinarum” and included MALDI and ESI mass spectrometry, as well as 2-dimensional gel-electrophoresis, with a general focus on membrane proteins. In 2006 he went as a PostDoc to Ghent, Belgium to study the separation of membrane proteins via diagonal chromatography with Joel Vandekerckhove. In 2006 Chris returned to the Max-Planck-Institute, working on separation and identification methods for small proteins, before joining the corporate environment in 2007 as a demo chemist with focus on proteomics applications. In 2010 he joint the R&D team with Agilent, working on LC/MS Q-TOF systems including ion mobility. Since 2018 I am the LC/Q-TOF and IM-QTOF Product Manager.