Iain Beattie from XenoGesis will be presenting at the Drug Metabolism Group Summer Meeting which will take place on the 15th September at Imperial College London. Iain’s talk will cover the combination of a triple quadrupole and an accurate mass LC/MS instrument for enhanced DMPK discovery support.
Advances in analytical methods have underpinned our improved understanding of biological processes by providing ever greater resolution, selectivity, and sensitivity. Researchers in DMPK now have an extensive armoury of techniques from which to choose in order to characterise therapeutics, and the responses they elicit. New techniques that deliver improved performance, or existing methods that find novel application, may help improve data capture, reduce animal use, minimise sample requirements, and deliver new insight. This meeting will bring together experts from across academia, industry, and other sectors to showcase and discuss state-of-the-art analytical strategies and devices, relevant to DMPK research.