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Attention aux arnaques : votre remède naturel est-il vraiment naturel? [French version]

Posted by Jean-Philippe Couture, Ph.D. on March 7, 2017

Une note amicale de vos serviteurs chez PhenoSwitch: votre naturopathe improvisé n'est peut-être pas aussi naturel qu'il le prétend. Here's a link to an english version of this post. 

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Topics: Lipidomics, Mass spectrometry, High Sensitivity

Beware of the scams : is your herbal medicine really natural?

Posted by Jean-Philippe Couture, Ph.D. on March 7, 2017

A friendly note to the "all-natural medicine" preachers from the folks at PhenoSwitch: your improvised store herbalist may not be that natural after all. Also, for our French-speaking readers, we wrote a special "version française de ce blog ici".

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Topics: Lipidomics, Mass spectrometry, High Sensitivity

A shiny new QTRAP 6500+ in our labs!

Posted by Jean-Philippe Couture, Ph.D. on February 28, 2017

Better sensitivity, better linearity and better selectivity with the QTRAP 6500+ from SCIEX

Sometimes, we don't need all that power. But sometimes, it takes the very best to get what we are after. We are happy to announce that we can now deliver the very best in sensitivity, linearity and selectivity for your mass spectrometry analyses. Our latest toy, the QTRAP 6500+ from Sciex, is fresh out of the box and ready to rock! 

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Topics: Lipidomics, Mass spectrometry, High Sensitivity, QTrap 6500+, Small molecule, Method development

Q&A about SWATH

Posted by Jean-Philippe Couture, Ph.D. on October 26, 2016

You have more questions about SWATH? Maybe this will help!

We know it. Mass spectrometry is quite complicated. OK, it is very complicated! The different concepts behind the technology is uses and/or the acquisition mode it offers are pretty hard to understand. This is why we chose to write this post to answer some of the questions that we have been asked about SWATH. This post is directly related to our blog post on the SWATH acquisition mode, so make sure you read it before digging into this one!

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Topics: SWATH, Proteomics, Application note, Lipidomics

Quantitative proteomics using SWATH: What is it and how it works?

Posted by Jean-Philippe Couture, Ph.D. on June 29, 2016

Next generation SWATH proteomics - more speed and more depth

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Topics: SWATH, Proteomics, Application note, Lipidomics