Fructose molecular structure

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Fructose, or fruit sugar, is found in tree fruits, honey and berries, though you may know it from its corn-based origins as the common ingredient high-fructose corn syrup. NSF-funded researchers are also looking at plant sugars as a potential fuel source. While the idea of plant-based fuels as an alternative to fossil fuels has been around for a while, engineers are finding new ways of getting bigger bio-based yields more cheaply. Xianghong Qian, a chemical engineer at the University of...

Translation Workflow Development using Mass Spectrometry

submitted by: Chrom Solutions
Mary Lopez, Ph.D. discusses translational workflows developed by the BRIMS center, designed to address all aspects of proteomics, from biomarker discovery to developing more routine applications using mass spectrometry. The workflows can be divided into two different types-- discovery and targeted. High-resolution mass spectrometry instruments are used during the discovery phase to analyze complex biological samples in an effort to uncover new biomarkers by looking at differential abundance....

San Jose Facility Now Registered as Medical Device Establishment

submitted by: Chrom Solutions

Thermo Fisher Scientific's San Jose, California facility registered with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a medical device establishment. The site has established a quality system in accordance with the FDA Quality System Regulations to design and manufacture devices for analyzing samples from patients for in vitro diagnostic use.

Evaluation of Triple Quadrupole GC-MS for the New Dioxin Confirmation Criteria

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Evaluation of Triple Quadrupole GC-MS for the New Dioxin Confirmation Criteria

Cristian Cojocariu, Thermo Fisher Scientific, UK

Presented at the Thermo Scientific POPs Symposium 2015 in Bremen, Germany

Advanced Software Tools for Routine Screening and Confirmation

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Advanced Software Tools for Routine Screening and Confirmation

Olaf Scheibner, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Germany

Presented at the Thermo Scientific POPs Symposium 2015 in Bremen, Germany

Dioxins in Food and Feed Still a Matter of Concern?

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Dioxins in Food and Feed Still a Matter of Concern?

Wim Traag, RIKILT-Institute of Food Safety, The Netherlands

Presented at the Thermo Scientific POPs Symposium 2015 in Bremen, Germany