The Future of CE Metabolomics



First developed in the late 1980s, capillary-electrophoresis mass spectrometry (CE-MS) is an analytical technique which has since become a routine part of biological research. It has been central to some of the advances that have taken place in the field of metabolomics over recent years, and experts continue to seek for novel applications for the technology. What will the future of CE-based metabolomics look like?

Download this compendium, “The Future of CE Metabolomics”, to find out. Here’s what you you’ll be able to access:

  • Webinar: Resolving volume-restricted metabolomics using capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry, Dr. Rawi Ramautar, Leiden Academic Center for Drug Research, The Netherlands.
  • Poster: CESI-MS - A Sensitive and Versatile Approach for Metabolomics & Polar Molecules
  • App notes: Exploring approaches to analyze anionic metabolites by CESI-MS, quantifying nucleotides and nucleosides and evaluating integrative MS mthods for analyzing the cationic metabolome