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Using Open Access Online Metabolomic Databases

Oliver Fiehn, PhD. (UC Davis) discusses utilizing open access metabolomics databases for data analysis and comparison. Several database resources are presented.

Rapid Analysis of Volatile Flavor Compounds in Apple Fruit using SPME and GC-Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry

Metabolomics Diagnosis of COVID-19 from Exhaled Breath Condensate

Non-Invasive Method for the Authentication of Apple Cultivars

Improving Cannabis Differentiation by Expanding Coverage of the Chemical Profile with GCxGC TOF-MS

Discovering volatile biomarkers using GCxGC-TOFMS

Dr. Heather Bean (Arizona State University) discusses using GCxGC-TOF MS to detect and phenotype infections directly from lung samples.

Exploring Chemical Constituents in Cannabis Using Nontargeted GC and GCxGC with TOFMS

Advancing Cannabis Testing with GC-MS

Analysis of Cicada Wing Surface Constituents by Comprehensive Multidimensional Gas Chromatography for Species Differentiation

Distinguishing the C3 vs SH4 Mass Split by Comprehensive TwoDimensional Gas Chromatography High Resolution Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry

LECO and Genedata Collaborate on Mass Spectrometry Data Analysis for High Resolution TOFMS Systems

LECO and Berkeley Lab Partner for Metabolomics Advancements

Distinguishing Mass Split by GCxGC HRTOF-MS

Comprehensive, Non-Target Characterization of Blinded Environmental Exposome Standards using GCxGC and High Resolution Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry

Comprehensive Analysis of Human Plasma Using Gas Chromatography-High Resolution Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry: A Workflow to Leverage Electron and Chemical Ionization

Folded Flight Path with Pegasus GC-HRT

High-resolution Deconvolution

Mass Accuracy with Chemical Ionization

Comparing Detectability: Thermally Modulated GCxGC vs 1D-GC

Classification Regions: A Tool for Streamlining the Interpretation of Complex GCxGC Data