As a reversible retrofit, the ExD Option has been integrated into a wide variety of platforms. Be sure to check out all of the new research featuring e-MSion ExD at ASMS in the abstract list below!
We are pleased to be hosting the first ExD for Q Exactive user meeting for current and prospective customers at this year’s ASMS, in partnership with Zef Scientific. Join us for lunch to hear the latest from current users and to find out more about the future of ExD from e-MSion’s technical team! […]
Extend the capability of your Thermo Scientific Q Exactive mass spectrometer to include electron-based fragmentation with e-MSion’s ExD cell. Now supported and serviced by Zef Scientific. The affordable electron capture dissociation (ECD) upgrade enables innovative top-down (Figure 1), middle-down, and native workflows for comprehensive characterization of protein sequence, posttranslational modifications, and higher-order structure. Adding […]
MS Vision is an independent technology and services company providing value-added services and upgrade paths for mass spectrometry technology. MS Vision currently operates out of offices in the UK, Netherlands and Germany. As a vendor-independent service provider, MS Vision has extensive experience in high-mass and native electrospray mass spectrometry—which is why e-MSion is excited to […]
Early Adopter Dr. Liangliang Sun presents on Improving Proteoform Separation and Characterization using CEMS and ECD at Agilent Webinar
On March 24, 2020, Dr. Liangliang Sun and Ph.D. candidate Xiaojing Shen from the Department of Chemistry at Michigan State University shared their research on the separation and top-down characterization of proteoforms and protein complexes, both native and denatured, using capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry (CEMS) and a combination of ECD and CID (“ECciD”). Since December 2019, […]
Upcoming Agilent Webinar with Early Adopter Dr. Brandon Ruotolo on the Role of Collision Induced Unfolding in BioTherapeutics
On June 24th, 2:30 to 3:15 EST, Dr. Ruotolo from the Department of Chemistry at University of Michigan will speak on the advances made in collision induced unfolding (CIU) methods as part of an Agilent-hosted discussion on new tools for biotherapeutic characterization. To register for the webinar, click here.
Agilent announces the immediate availability of the ExD AQ-250 Option, which provides a new, powerful, and easy-to-use electron-based fragmentation technology that is a field-installed enhancement for the 6545-6560 family of Q-TOFs. The e-MSion ExD AQ-250 Option makes possible far more complete characterization of proteins and glycoproteins with unprecedented accuracy, speed and simplicity. The ExD AQ-250 […]
Oregon State University has announced that the 16th Uppsala Conference on Electron-Based Fragmentation has been postponed until 2021. The following notice has been released by OSU: Due to the growing uncertainty of the impact of COVID-19 a decision has been made to postpone this event. We regret to inform you that the 16th Uppsala […]