Poster Program

Poster Sessions

The posters are displayed in the Forum Lounge as well as the Ruby Lounge. Posters will be displayed on all four days of the conference. Poster boards are labeled with the number corresponding to the abstract number in the programme book. Authors presenting posters are requested to be in attendance at their poster board on the day of their poster presentation. The poster sessions are planned as follows:

Rev. 1/8/2006 7:40:52 PM

Poster Session 1

Monday, 23 January from 13.30-15.30

PAxx – PExx (odd numbers)

Poster Session 2

Tuesday, 24 January from 13.30-15.30

PAxx – PExx (even numbers)

Poster Session 3

Wednesday, 25 January from 13.30-15.30

PFxx – PMxx (odd numbers)

Poster Session 4

Thursday, 26 January from 13.30-15.30

PFxx – PMxx (even numbers)

 

 

 

PA-series Fundamentals

PA01

Band broadening in straight electro-chromatographic column with arbitrary cross-section

Emilij Zholkovskij, Jacob H. Masliyah, Insitute of Biocolloid Chemistry of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev, Ukraine and Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, (CANADA)

PA02

Electric and hydrodynamic stretching of end-labeled DNA conjugates in free solution electrophoresis

Sorin Nedelcu, Gary W. Slater, Department of Physics, University of Ottawa (CANADA)

PA03

A surfactant gradient method for micellar electrokinetic chromatography

Yukihiro Esaka, Mika Sawamura, Bunji Uno, Gifu Pharmaceutical University, (JAPAN)

PA04

Insights into the Mechanism of Focusing Weak Bases in Capillary Electrophoresis using a Transient pH Boundary

Michael C. Breadmore1, Richard A Mosher2 , Wolfgang Thormann3, 1ACROSS, School of Chemistry, University of Tasmania, Hobart , Tasmania 7001, (AUSTRALIA), 2RAM Software Solutions, Tucson, AZ, (USA). 3Department of Clinical Pharmacology, University of Bern, Bern, (SWITZERLAND).

PA05

Mechanism of Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis Based on Mass Transfer Equation

Ning Fang, David D.Y. Chen University of British Columbia, Vancouver (CANADA)

PA06

Numerical Analysis of Pore-scale Electro-osmotic Flow and Dispersion in Random-close Packings of Hard Spheres

D. Hlushkou, A. Seidel-Morgenstern, U. Tallarek, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Magdeburg, and Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme, Magdeburg (GERMANY)

PA07

Electrohydrodynamics in Hierarchically-structured Monolithic and Particulate Fixed Beds

I. Nischang, G. Chen, U. Tallarek  Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Magdeburg (GERMANY)

PA08

Optimisation of Separations by Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography

M. Roses, A. Tellez, E. Fuguet Departament de Quimica Analitica - Universitat de Barcelona (SPAIN)

PA09

Negatively Cooperative Binding of Melittin to Neutral Phospholipid Vesicles

F. Torrens Institut Universitari de Ciencia Molecular, Universitat de Valencia (SPAIN)

PA10

Preferential Counterion Binding to Curved DNA Molecules

N. C. Stellwagen, Q. Dong, E. Stellwagen  Department of Biochemistry, University of Iowa, Iowa City (USA).

PA11

Simultaneous determination of myo-inositol and scyllo-inositol by capillary electrophoresis

H-F. Tzeng, J-Y Chen, Department of Applied Chemistry, National Chi Nan University (TAIWAN)

PA12

Solute Transfer in Optimally Working Nano-electrospray Interface between a Liquid Phase Separation Technique and Mass Spectrometry

K. Klepárník, P. Kusý, M. Otevřel, F. Foret, Department of Bioanalytical Instrumentation, Institute of Analytical Chemistry Czech Academy of Sciences Brno, (CZECH REPUBLIC)

PA13

Effect of Polymer Architecture on Electrophoretic DNA Migration Mechanisms in Microfluidic Devices

Thomas N. Chiesl, Ryan Forster, Brian Root, Michael Larkin, Annelise E. Barron Northwestern University Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Evanston (USA)

PA14

Biomedical Applications of Vesicle Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis

E.D. Breyer1, Y. Jia1, K. Koticha1, R. Plemper2, W.V. Brown3 1Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University, Atlanta, 2Department of Microbiology and Immunology, 3Veterans Medical Center, School of Medicine, Emory University, Decatur (USA)

PA15

Direct injection of Macroemulsions in Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography for the Determination of Structurally Related Hydrophobic Minor Constituents in a Hydrophobic Matrix

M. Pütz, C. Huhn, U. Pyell, Philipps-Universität Marburg, (GERMANY), Bundeskriminalamt, Wiesbaden (GERMANY)

PA16

Domain size-induced Heterogeneity As An Explanation for the Poor Performance of Small Domain Monolithic Columns and Other LC support Types

J. Billen, P. Gzil, G. Desmet, Department of Chemical Engineering, Free University Brussels, Brussels (BELGIUM)

PA17

The Potential of Cyclodextrin in Developing Generic Buffers for the Separation of Steroids

Y.Shakalisava, F.Regan, Dublin City University, Dublin (IRELAND)

PA18

Capillary Isoelectric Focusing (cIEF): Performances Comparison of Different Analytical Systems

M. Poitevin1, A.Morin1, J.M. Busnel1, S. Descroix 1, A. Varenne2, P. Gareil2, G. Peltre1, M.C. Hennion1   1Laboratory of Environment and Analytical Chemistry, Paris. 2 Laboratory of Electrochemistry and Analytical Chemistry, Paris (FRANCE)

PA19

Highly Efficient Protein Separations Using a Novel Surfactant/Polymer Coating

A.M. MacDonald, C.A. Lucy University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, (CANADA)

PA20

Analysis of Japanese Volcanic Hot Springs by Capillary Electrophoresis

T. Asai1,T. Miyado2,S. Wakida2,K. Chayama1, 1Department of Chemistry, Graduate school of Natural Science, Konan University, 2National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Kobe (JAPAN)

PA21

Capillary-Assembled Microchip (CAs-CHIP): Two Types of Different Applications for Electrophoretic Separations

Hideaki Hisamoto, Seigi Takeda, Shigeru Terabe Graduate School of Material Science, University of Hyogo (JAPAN)

PA22

Novel strategies for the control of the electroosmotic flow in capillary electrophoresis: application to the separation of peptide mixture

H. Cottet, G. Danger, J. Taillades, Equipe « Dynamique des Systèmes Biomoléculaires Complexes », Organisation Moléculaire, Evolution et Matériaux Fluorés, UMR CNRS 5073, Université de Montpellier, Montpellier (FRANCE)

PA23

Oscillating Electrolytes in Capillary Electrophoresis

V. Hruska, M. Jaros, M. Stedry, B. Gas, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Sciences, Prague (CZECH REPUBLIC)

PA24

Determination of micelle CMC by system peaks in electrophoresis

J. Lokajova, I. Vesela, V. Hruska, E. Tesarova, B. Gas, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Physical and Macromolecular Chemistry, Prague (CZECH REPUBLIC)

PA25

Investigation of ATPases activity of heart muscle by capillary electrophoresis

T. Levandi, M. Kaljurand, K. Helmja, Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Tallinn (ESTONIA)

PA26

Optimization for Separation and Detection of Microorganisms by Capillary Electrophoresis

M. Torimura1, S Inagaki1, H Tao1, T Shintani2, T Manabe3, 1 National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba (JAPAN) 2 Textile Industrial Institute of Ehime Prefecture, Ehime, Japan 3 Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Ehime University, Ehime, (JAPAN)

PA27

Analytical determination of individual proteins, peptides, and size of peptides required for folding into three-dimensional structures with hydrophobic core using capillary electrophoresis

J.C. Sørensen, A.D. Sørensen, H. Sørensen and S. Sørensen, Department of Natural Sciences, Biochemistry and Natural Product Chemistry, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg (DENMARK)

PA28

Determination of individual thiol- and disulphide containing amino acids and peptides by capillary electrophoresis and spectroscopy

J.C. Sørensen, A.D. Sørensen, K. Mortensen, H. Sørensen and S. Sørensen Department of Natural Sciences, Biochemistry and Natural Product Chemistry, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg (DENMARK)

PA29

Analysis of crude extracts from plant material by MECC

J.C. Sørensen and H. Sørensen, Department of Natural Sciences, Biochemistry and Natural Product Chemistry, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg (DENMARK)

PA30

Method of glyphosate analysis based on HPCE of the dansyl derivative

P. Møller, I.L. Petersen, H. Sørensen, J.C. Sørensen, Department of Natural Sciences, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg (DENMARK)

PA31

Synchronous monitoring of substrate and products in the myrosinase catalysed hydrolysis of glucosinolates by MECC

N. Bellostas , J. C. Sørensen, H. Sørensen, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg, (DENMARK)

PA32

Analysis of crude extracts from plant material by micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography

J. C. Sørensen, H. Sørensen, Department of Natural Sciences, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg (DENMARK)

PA33

Electrophoretic mobilities of diuretics and probenecid in methanol

H. Sirén, S. Abenet, R. Kuldvee and M-L. Riekkola,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PB-series Proteomics

PB01

On-line Concentration of Microheterogeneous Proteins by Capillary Electrophoresis Using SDS and PEO as Additives

Y.F. Huang, M.M. Hsieh, W.L. Tseng, H.T. Chang, National Taiwan University, Taipei (TAIWAN)

PB02

Proteins of Calcified Endoskeleton: Characterization of Proteinaceous Organic Matrix of Sclerites from the Alcyonarian

M.A. Rahman, T. Uehara University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa (JAPAN)

PB03

Development of disposable monolithic silica extraction tip for mass spectrometry analysis of phosphoproteins

S. Miyazaki1, H. Morisaka2, K. Morisato3, K. Nakanishi4, M. Ueda2, 1 GL Sciences Inc., Saitama (JAPAN) 2 Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Kyoto (JAPAN) 3 Kyoto Monotech Co., Kyoto, JAPAN 4 Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto (JAPAN)

PB04

Integration of Solid-phase Microreactor and Liquid Chromatography-tandem Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics

N. Hirotani, N. Dohmae, H. Nakayama, Biomolecular Characterization Team, Advanced Development and Supporting Center, RIKEN (JAPAN)

PB05

Evaluation of Capillary Isoelectric Focusing in Glycerol-water Media with a View to Hydrophobic Protein Applicatons

A. Varenne, J.M. Busnel, S. Descroix, A. Morin, G. Peltre, Y. Gohon, P. Gareil, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris, Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie Industrielle de la ville de Paris, et Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique, Paris (FRANCE)

PB06

CE-SDS Gel Applications in Development of Recombinant Vaccines and Therapeutic Proteins

R.R. Rustandi, M.W. Washabaugh, R.D. Sitrin, Y. Wang, Merck Research Laboratory, West Poin, (USA)

PB07

Photo-Switchable Proteins and Capillary Electrophoresis

M. Berezovski1, A. Woolley2, S. N. Krylov3 1The Campbell Family Institute for Breast Cancer Research, University of Toronto (CANADA) 2Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto (CANADA), 3 Department of Chemistry, York University (CANADA)

PB08

Application of nano-LC-MS/MS on a Polymethacrylate Monolithic Capillary Column for Analysis of Peptides

R. Maleki Seifar1, X. Hong2, Z. Gao2, 1Technical University of Delft, Delft, (THE NETHERLANDS), 2Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore (SINGAPORE)

PB09

Improvement of Signal Sequence for Separation of Protein  

Y.Tsuchiya, K.Morioka, J.Shirai, K.Yoshida National Institute of Animal Health, Kodaira, Tokyo (JAPAN)

PB10

Multidimensional Proteome Analysis of Myxococcus Xanthus using Monolithic Columns

C. Schley1, M. Altmeyer2, R. Müller2, C. G. Huber1  1Instrumental Analysis and Bioanalysis, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany 2Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Saarland University, Saarbrücken (GERMANY)

PB11

Parallel Isoelectric Focusing Chip

Alexander Suvorov Protein Fleet Inc., Herzliya (ISRAEL)

PB12

Trypsin-immobilized Monolithic Silica with Pipette-tip Shape for a High-throughput Digestion Tool

S. Miyazaki1, S. Ota1, H. Uzu1, K. Morisato2, M. Ueda3, K. Nakanishi4, 1 GL Sciences Inc., Saitama (JAPAN), 2 Kyoto Monotech Co., Kyoto (JAPAN),  3 Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Kyoto (JAPAN), 4 Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto (JAPAN)

PB13

Simplified and Automated Approach for Protein Identification Using Capillary Electrophoresis-Tandem Mass Spectrometry

C. K. Ratnayake, I.D. Cruzado-Park, M. H. Simonian, Beckman Coulter, Inc., Fullerton ( USA)

 

 

 

 


 

 

PC-series Stationary Phases

PC01

Study of Use of Ammonium Peroxodisulfate in Methacrylate-based Monolithic Columns for Electrochromatography

A. Cantó-Mirapeix, E.F. Simó-Alfonso, C. Mongay-Fernández, University of Valencia, Burjassot (SPAIN)

PC02

Molecularly Imprinted Capillary Monoliths

J. Oxelbark1, E. De Lorenzi1, J. Courtois2, K. Irgum2, E. Schillinger3, B. Sellergren3, 1Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Pavia, Pavia (ITALY), 2Department of Chemistry, Umeå University, Umeå (SWEDEN), 3Institut für Umweltforschung, Universität Dortmund, Dortmund (GERMANY)

PC03

Improved chemical modification methods on Chromolith Performance™ columns

C. Yang, T. Hara, T. Ikegami, K. Hosaya, N. Tanaka, Department of Polymer Science and Engineering, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto (JAPAN)

PC04

Optimization of Continuous Bed Restricted Access Media for Microseparations

A. Maruška, V. Bendokas, R. Jarmalavičienė, O. Kornyšova, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (LITHUANIA)

PC05

Boronic acid functionalised monoliths for affinity chromatography and electrochromatography

M.C Breadmore; O. G Potter; E. F Hilder, Australian Center for Research on Separation Science, School of Chemistry, University of Tasmania, Hobart (AUSTRALIA)

PC06

Everest : a novel monomeric C18 bonded phase for improved resolution and sensitivity in LC-MS/MS analysis of peptides

Bart Denoulet Reno Nguyen, Ning Mu, Grace Davison, Lokeren (BELGIUM), Grace Vydac , Hesperia,  (USA)

 

 

 

 

PD-series Pharmaceutical Analysis

PD01

On line coupling of solid-phase extraction and capillary electrophoresis for the determination of cephalosporins in plasma

P. Puig, F.W.A. Tempels, G. Wiese, G.W. Somsen, G.J. de Jong, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

PD02

Drug monitoring of the virustatic drug ganciclovir by capillary electrophoresis

S. Saleh, J. Boos, G. Hempel, Klinik und Poliklinik für Kinder- und Jugendmedizin, Pädiatrische Hämatologie/ Onkologie,Münster (GERMANY)

PD03

Seperation of the enantiomers and diastereomers of the aziridine derivatives in aqueous and non-aqueous chiral capillary electrophoresis

U. Holzgrabe, Y. Bitar, B. Degel, T. Schirmeister  Institute of Pharmacy, University of Würzburg, Würzburg (GERMANY)

PD04

Optimization for quantitative determination of four flavonoids in epimedium by CZE-DAD using central composite design

S.P. Li, J.J. Liu, Y.T. Wang University of Macau (MACAU)

PD05

Analysis of serotonin in brain microdialysates using capillary electrophoresis with a half trillion theoretical plates and native UV laser-induced fluorescence detection 

N. Benturquia1,3, F. Couderc2, V. Sauvinet1, C. Orset1, S. Parrot1, B. Renaud1, L. Denoroy1 1Laboratoire de Neuropharmacologie et Neurochimie, Universite Claude Bernard Lyon, 2IMRCP, Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, 3Picometrics, Ramonville (FRANCE)

PD06

Study on separation of aristolochic acid I and II by micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography

Wei Li, Zheng Chen, Yiping Liao, Huwei Liu, College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University, Beijing (CHINA)

PD07

Surfactant enhanced liquid phase micro-extraction of some drugs of abuse in hair combined with HPLC

Zarrin Eshaghi, Ali Sarafraz Yazdi, Payame Noor University, Mashhad (INDIA)

PD08

Silica sol-gel monolithic matrices encapsulated with biomolecules for drug development

Masaru KATO1,2, Kumiko Sakai-Kato3, Toshimasa Toyo'oka1 1 University of Shizuoka 2 PRESTO, JST 3 Musashino University, Shizuoka (JAPAN)

PD09

Method-development of a cytotoxicity assay of bacteria by means of capillary electrophoresis

V. Hoerr, U. Holzgrabe, Bayerische Julius-Maximilians-Universität, Würzburg (GERMANY)

PD10

Identification of unknown compounds detected in mepivacaine local anesthetic sterile isotonic solutions by liquid chromatography –tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS)

Luwang Andy Zhu1, Qinhua Cindy Ru1, Jennifer Killen 1, Cynthia H Shields2, Chester Buckenmaier2, Michael Liebman1, 1Windber Research Institute, Windber, 2 Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington (USA)

PD11

Determination of Nine Sulphonamides by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis using Large Volume Stacking

A.M. Garcia-Campaña, J.J. Soto-Chinchilla, L. Gámiz-Gracia, C. Cruces-Blanco Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Granada, Granada (SPAIN)

PD12

Determination of Azo Colorants by Capillary Zone Electrophoresis and Ion-pair Liquid Chromatography

Shu-Ping Wang, Nai-Yun Liang Providence University, Taichung, (TAIWAN)

PD13

Stability-indicating High Performance Liquid Chromatographic assay for the determination of Orlistat in capsules

A. Mohammadi1, I. Haririan2, N. Rezanour3, R.B. Walker4,  1Department of Food and Drug Quality Control, Faculty of Pharmacy, Medical Sciences University of Tehran, Tehran,(IRAN), 2Department of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmacy, Medical Sciences University of Tehran, Tehran, (IRAN), 3Research and Development Laboratory of Iran Daru Pharmaceutical Ind. Co. Tehran, (IRAN)  4Department of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmacy, Rhodes University, Grahamstown (SOUTH AFRICA)

PD14

Separation and Quantitation of the Four Stereoisomers of Itraconazole in Pharmaceutical Formulations by Electrokinetic Chromatography

M. Castro-Puyana, A.L. Crego, M.L. Marina, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Alcalá,Alcalá de Henares (Madrid) (SPAIN).

PD15

Capillary electrophoresis method for testing of chiral purity and related substances of etomidate 

M. Hammitzsch, R. Nageswara Rao, G.K.E. Scriba University of Jena, School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry, Jena (GERMANY)

PD16

Estimation of the composition of recombinant human erythropoietin mixtures using capillary electrophoresis and multivariate calibration methods

E. Giménez, F. Benavente, A.C. Olivieri*, J. Barbosa, V. Sanz-Nebot Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona (SPAIN)  *Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Rosario (ARGENTINE)

PD17

Kinetics and Stereoselectivity of CYP2D6 Propafenone Hydroxylation and N-dealkylation Determined by Enantioselective Capillary Electrophoresis

M. Afshar, W. Thormann, University of Bern, Bern (SWITZERLAND)

PD18

Elucidation of the Stereoselectivity of the Lorazepam Glucuronidation in Man

A. Baldacci, W. Thormann,  University of Bern, Bern (SWITZERLAND)

PD19

Characterization of the stereoselective biotransformation of ketamine to norketamine via determination of their enantiomers in equine plasma by capillary electrophoresis 

M. Knobloch, R. Theurillat, O. Levionnois, P. Larenza, M. Mevissen, U. Schatzmann, W. Thormann  University of Bern, Bern (SWITZERLAND)

PD20

Capillary Electrophoresis Characterization of the Liposomal Distribution of a Neutral Hydrophobic Drug involving Selective Electro-osmotic Injection and on Line Preconcentration

Pierre Gareil1, Thomas Le Saux1, Anne Varenne1, Nathalie Bargmann-Leyder2, Laurent Duhau2, 1 Laboratory of Electrochemistry and Analytical Chemistry, Paris , France 2 Sanofi-Aventis, Analytical Sciences Department,, Centre de Recherche de Paris, Vitry-sur-Seine, (FRANCE)

PD21

Determination of pKa Values by CZE with Dynamically Coated Capillary: a Performing Tool in Physicochemical Profiling of Drug Candidates

Y. Henchoz1, L. Geiser1, P.A. Carrupt2, J.L. Veuthey1 1Laboratoire de Chimie Analytique Pharmaceutique, EPGL, Université de Genève, Geneva , 2LCT-Pharmacochimie, EPGL, Université de Geneva, Geneva (SWITZERLAND)

PD22

Recent Developments in the CE Separation of Enantiomers Using Single-Isomer Chiral Resolving Agents

Gy.Vigh, M. B. Busby, S. Lee, K. Nzeadibe, E. Tutu Texas A&M University, College Station (USA)

PD23

Recent Progress in Computerized Design of Robust MicroScale Separations

Imre Molnar, Molnar Institut für angewandte Chromatographie, Berlin (GERMANY)

PD24

Identification of a New Ligand for the Amyloidogenic Protein BETA-2 Microglobulin

C. Carazzone1, R. Colombo1, M. Quaglia1,3, S. Giorgetti2,3, V. Bellotti2,3, E. De Lorenzi1 1 Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, School of Pharmacy, University of Pavia 2Department of Biochemistry, School of Pharmacy, University of Pavia, 3Biotechnology Laboratories, IRCCS, S.Matteo Hospital, Pavia (ITALY).

PD25

Chiral Separation of Four Fluoroquinolone Compounds using Capillary Electrophoresis

Willy R.G. Baeyens, Shanshan Zhou, Jin Ouyang Ghent University, Ghent, (BELGIUM)

PD26

Retention behaviour and separation of flavonoid aglycones in mixed MEKC systems

C. Repollés, J.M. Herrero-Martínez, C. Ràfols Dept. of Analytical Chemistry, Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, (SPAIN)

PD27

Development and optimization of a CE-MS/MS method for the determination of eight quinolones of veterinary use

F.J. Lara, A.M. García-Campaña, F. Alés-Barrero, J.M. Bosque-Sendra, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Granada (SPAIN)

PD28

Using HPLC and modern voltammetric techniques for Identification and separation of some tea constituents

N.Abo El-maali, D.Abd el-Hady, Assiut University, Assiut (EGYPT)

PD29

Micro-Scale Self-Interaction Chromatography: A Bioseparation Process Design Tool

T. Ahamed, L. Luo, M. Ottens, G.W.K. van Dedem and L. A.M. van der Wielen, Department of Biotechnology, Delft University of Technology, Delft (THE NETHERLANDS)

PD30

Enantioseparation of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs using single-isomer amino cyclodextrin derivatives in nonaqueous capillary electrophoresis

M. Fillet1, I. Fradi1, M. Pedrini1, P. Chiap1, R. Iványi2, J. Crommen1 and A-C. Servais1, 1Department of Analytical Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Institute of Pharmacy, University of Liège, Liège (BELGIUM), 2Cyclolab Cyclodextrin R&D Laboratory Ltd Budapest (HUNGARY)

PD31

Development of Capillary Electrophoresis Method for the Determination of Related Impurities in Montelukast Sodium

Y. Shakalisava, F. Regan, School of Chemical Sciences, Dublin City University, Glasnevin, Dublin (IRELAND)

PD31

Stability studies of recombinant human Growth Hormone in pharmaceutical preparations by capillary zone electrophoresis with bilayer-coated capillaries

J. Sastre Toraño, J. R. Catai, G. J. de Jong and G. W. Somsen, Dept. Biomedical Analysis, Utrecht University, Utrecht, (THE NETHERLANDS)

PD33

Analysis of Ce fotaxime and Cefoperazone Preparations by Capillary Electrophoresis

A.V. Shpak, A.I. Gremyakov, O.A. Shpigun, Moscow State University, Moscow (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)

PD34

Novel C18 reversed phase column for small pharmaceutical compounds and small peptides

B. Denoulet D. Chan, R. Nguyen, S. Williams and N. Mu, Grace Davison, Lokeren (BELGIUM) and  Grace Vydac, Hesperia (USA)

PD35

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PE-series Clinical Diagnostics

PE01

Determination of phospholipids in human serum by capillary zone electrophoresis with indirect ultraviolet detection

Fei Gao1,2, Juan Dong1, Wei Li1, Tao Wang2, Huwei Liu1 1 College of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering, Peking University, 2Institute of Nephrol, First Hospital, Peking University, Beijing (P.R. CHINA)

PE02

Applicability of purine & pyrimidine compounds as biomarkers for diagnostics of diseases

Yu. Tikhonov, R. Toguzov, R. Biktimerov, B. Lapin State Medical University, Moscow (RUSSIA)

PE03

Simultaneous detection of point mutations and large rearrangements by capillary electrophoresis

J. Weber, R. Looten, S. Miserere, D. Stoppa-Lyonnet, J.L. Viovy, C. Houdayer Institut Curie, Paris (FRANCE)

PE04

Ion mobility spectrometry – a new method for the detection of lung cancer and airway infection in exhaled air? - First results of a pilot study

J.I. Baumbach1, M. Westhoff2, P. Litterst2, L. Freitag2, V. Ruzsanyi1, S. Bader3, W. Urfer3, 1ISAS - Institute for Analytical Sciences, Dortmund (GERMANY), 2Lung Hospital Hemer, Hemer (GERMANY) 3Department of Statistics of the University of Dortmund, Dortmund (GERMANY)

PE05

High-throughput mutation screening for beta-thalassemia by single-nucleotide extension

M. Cretich1, M. Chiari1, S. Galbiati2, M. Macellari2, M. Ferrari 2, L. Cremonesi2, 1 Istituto di Chimica del Riconoscimento Molecolare (ICRM) – C.N.R.- Milano (ITALY), 2Unit of Genomics for Diagnosis of Human Pathologies, IRCCS H San Raffaele, Milano (ITALY).

PE06

Simultaneous determination of allantoin, hypoxanthine, xanthine and uric acid in serum/plasma by Capillary Electrophoresis

E. Causse1, A. Pradelles1, Dirat B1, A. Negre-Salvayre1, R. Salvayre1, F. Couderc, 1 Labo. Biochimie/INSERM U466, CH Rangueil, Toulouse (FRANCE)- 2 Eq.Chimie Analytique et Spectrométrie de Masse, Labo IMRCP, UMR 5623, Université P. Sabatier, Toulouse (FRANCE).

PE07

Separation of normal and modified nucleosides by MEKC

S.V. Sereda, A.V. Shpak, A.V. Pirogov, O.A. Shpigun, Moscow State University, Moscow, (RUSSIAN FEDERATION)

PE08

VEnture A : a high performance analytical column for monoclonal antibodies,

B. Denoulet J. Saar, G. Van Essche, Grace Davison, Lokeren (BELGIUM), Grace Davison, Worms (GERMANY)

PE09

Affinity capillary electrophoresis for bacterial toxins analysis

M.M. Fernandez1, E. Baldini2, M.C. De Marzi1, E.L. Malchiodi1, M.C. Vescina2, 1 Cátedra de Inmunología-IDEHU, CONICET, Facultad de Farmacia y Bioquímica, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires (ARGENTINA), 2 Cátedra de Química Analítica, Facultad de Farmacia y Bioquímica, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, (ARGENTINA)

 

 

 

 

PF-series Biomarker Discovery

PF01

Determination of Mercaptopurine and its Four Metabolites by Large Volume Sample Stacking with Polarity Switching in Capillary Electrophoresis

Shou-Mei Wu1, Chun-Chi Wang1, Shyh-Shin Chiou2 1Graduate Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, College of Pharmacy, Kaohsiung Medical University, 2Department of Pediatrics, Kaohsiung Medical University, Kaohsiung, (TAIWAN)

PF02

Investigation of Physiology-active Peptides from fungal mycelium by Liquid chromatography/Mass spectrometry

O. Mikhailova1, B. Lapin2 “OAO Biomash”, 2InterLab Inc.,Moscow, (RUSSIA)

PF03

Nano-LC/ESI Microfluidic Chip Based LC-MS Peptide Profiling

R. Ossola, H. Lee, L. Mueller, R. Aebersold, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, (SWITZERLAND)

PF04

Chip-based Nanoelectrospray Ionization Tandem Mass Spectrometry for Determination of Ganglioside Pattern in Human Hippocampus,

Alina D. Zamfir, Željka Vukelić, Jasna Peter-Katalinić  Institute for Medical Physics and Biophysics, Biomedical Analysis, University of Münster, (GERMANY)

PF05

Proteome Profiling by Multidimensional Protein Separation and Automated Lab-on-a-Chip Technology 

M. Greiner, C. Buhlmann, P. Mrozinski, B. Wilson, H. Liu, Agilent Technologies, Deutschland GmbH, Waldbronn (GERMANY)

PF06

Determination of D-Serine by Capillary Electrophoresis

D. Koval, J. Jirásková, K. Stříšovský, J. Konvalinka, V. Kašička Institute of Organic Chemistry & Biochemistry, Czech Academy of Sciences, Flemingovo nám. 2, Prague 6, (CZECH REPUBLIC)

PF07

MECC analysis of shikimate and shikimate-3-phosphate as biomarkers in plant materials treated with glyphosate

I.L. Petersen, H. Sørensen, J.C. Sørensen, Department of Natural Sciences, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg, (DENMARK)

PF08

MECC determination of oxidised DNA nucleosides resulting from induced DNA damage

J. C. Sørensen, K. Ib, H. Sørensen, Department of Natural Sciences, The Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Frederiksberg (DENMARK)

 

 

 

 

 

PG-series Biopolymer Analysis

PG01

Analysis of Double-stranded DNA by Capillary Electrophoresis using Polymer Solutions Containing CTAB

Y.W. Lin, H.T. Chang Department of Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taipei (TAIWAN)

PG02

Comparison of Electromigration Properties of Stained Microoganisms, Cultured and from Body Fluids, in Capillary Electrophoresis

M. Horká1, F. Růžička2, V. Holá2, J. Horký3, K. Šlais1 1UIACH AV ČR Brno, Czech Republic, 2MU Brno, Czech Republic, 3SRS Olomouc (CZECH REPUBLIC)

PG03

Hairpin Formation in Single-stranded DNA Oligomers

Earle Stellwagen, Qian Dong, Nancy C. Stellwagen Department of Biochemistry, University of Iowa, Iowa City (USA).

PG04

Extremely Fast, Long-Read DNA Sequencing in a Microfluidic Chip Using a Dynamic Wall Coating: 550 bases in 5.5 Minutes

C.P. Fredlake, D.G. Hert, B.E. Root, R.E. Forster, A.E. Barron, Northwestern University, Evanston (USA)

PG05

New Microchips and Analytical Methods Designed with the Aid of Computer Simulation and Application to the High-sensitive Analysis of DNA Fragments and Proteins

T. Hirokawa1, Y. Takayama1, A. Arai2, T. Nishine2 1Applied Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Hiroshima University 2Life Science Laboratory, Analytical & Measuring Instruments Division, SHIMADZU CO. (JAPAN)

PG06

Increasing Resolution of Capillary LC Reversed-phase Analysis of Antibodies and other Proteins of Biotechnical Importance

R.L. Chien1, D. Rakestraw1, D.E. Hughes2, 1Eksigent Technologies, 2Chromatographic Excellence DUBLIN (USA)

PG07

Determination of dendrigraft polylysines diffusion coefficients by Taylor diffusion analysis using capillary electrophoresis apparatus

E. Souaïd, H. Cottet, A. Papillaud, H. Collet, J.P. Biron, A. Commeyras, Equipe « Dynamique des Systèmes Biomoléculaires Complexes », Organisation Moléculaire, Evolution et Matériaux Fluorés,  Université de Montpellier 2  Montpellier (FRANCE)

PG08

Macromolecular coatings of silica capillaries for tuning EOF and improving the separation efficiency for basic proteins in Capillary Electrophoresis

N.T. Tran1, A. Pallandre1, J. Zhang1, J. Weber2, M. Villain1 J.L. Viovy2, M. Taverna1, 1 Faculté de pharmacie, Université Paris-Sud, JE Protéines et Nanotechnologies en Sciences Séparatives, Châtenay-Malabry (FRANCE) 2 Institut Curie, UMR 168, 11 Rue P.M. Curie, 75005 Paris (FRANCE)

PG09

In-capillary derivatization approach for amino acids and peptides with 4-fluoro-7-nitro-2,1,3-benzoxadiazole as fluorogenic reagent

H.Y. Zhang1 , J.Y. Zhang2, I. Le Potier2, M. Taverna2, 1 College of Chemistry and Environmental Science, Hebei University, Boading, (CHINA), JE Nanotechnologies and Proteins Separation Science, Université Paris sud, Faculté de Pharmacie, Chatenay-Malabry (FRANCE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PH-series Single Cell Analysis

PH01

Are Aptamers able to Specifically recognize Endogenous Enzyme in Single Cells?

J. Jitkova, M. Berezovski, S.N. Krylov York University, Toronto, (CANADA)

 

 

 

 

 

PI-series Hyphenation Techniques

PI01

UPLC/TOFMS and LC/bioassay-UPLC/QTOFMS of target and unknown designer steroids in sports doping and food safety analysis

M.W.F. Nielen1, M.E. Touber1, J.A. van Rhijn1, C. Georgakopoulos2 1RIKILT-Institute of Food Safety, Wageningen, (NETHERLANDS). 2OAKA, Athens, (GREECE)

PI02

Nonaqueous Capillary Electrophoresis of α-Helical Polypeptides

A. Psurek1, C. Neusuess2, T. Degenkolb3, G. K. E. Scriba1 1 School of Pharmacy, University of Jena, Jena, 2 Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Leipzig, Bremen, 3 University of Giessen, Interdisciplinary Research Center, Giessen, (GERMANY).

PI03

Transferrin Glycoforms Characterization by CE-UV and CE-ESI-MS applied to Congenital Disorders of Glycosylation Diagnosis 

E. Balaguer, F. Benavente, J. Barbosa, V. Sanz-Nebot, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, (SPAIN)

PI04

Identification and Quantitation of trans-Ketoconazole as Impurity in cis-Ketoconazole by Capillary Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometry

M. Castro-Puyana1, C. García-Ruiz1, A. Cifuentes2, A.L. Crego1, M.L. Marina1 1 Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Alcalá, 2 Department of Food Analysis, Institute of Industrial Fermentations (CSIC),Madrid, (SPAIN).

PI05

Combined Injection and Fractionation Capabilities of an Autosampler for Automated Off-line Multidimensional LC Methods in Proteomics

Guillaume Tremintin, Bas Dolman, Evert-Jan Sneekes, Remco Swart LC Packings, Amsterdam, (THE NETHERLANDS)

PI06

Towards Oligosaccharide "Fishing" by On-line Frontal Analysis Continuous Capillary Electrophoresis-electrospray Mass Spectrometry (FACCE-ESI-MS)

A. Varenne, S. Fermas, T. Le Saux, F. Gonnet, P. Gareil, R. Daniel Laboratoire Analyse et Environnement, Université d’Evry-Val d’Essonne and Laboratoire d’Electrochimie et Chimie Analytique, (France)

PI07

Detection and Characterization of Chemical Warfare Agent Degradation Products by Capillary Electrophoresis Coupled to Mass Spectrometry

M. Lagarrigue1, A.Bossée1, A. Begos1, A.Varenne2, J.C. Tabet3, P. Gareil2, B. Bellier1 1 Centre d’Etudes du Bouchet, Vert-le-Petit, 2 Laboratoire d’Electrochimie et Chimie Analytique, 3 Laboratoire de Synthèse, Structure et Fonction des Molécules Bioactives, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, (FRANCE)

PI08

Microchip Electrophoresis–Mass Spectrometry for the Analysis of Peptides and Proteins

Takahide Kameda1, Fumihiko Kitagawa1, Akihiro Arai2, Koichi Suzuki2, Shin Nakamura2, Koji Otsuka1 1 Department of Material Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University; 2 Shimadzu Corporation, (JAPAN)

PI09

Coupling of non-aqueous electro-kinetic chromatography to electro-spray ionization mass spectrometry (NAEKC–ESI-MS) for drug analysis.

R. Mol, G.J. de Jong, G.W. Somsen, Department of Biomedical Analysis, Utrecht University, Utrecht, (THE NETHERLANDS)

PI10

Evaluation of ESI and APPI for CZE–MS of pharmaceuticals using non-volatile buffers

P. Hommerson, A.M. Khan, G.J. de Jong, G.W. Somsen, Utrecht University, Utrecht, (THE NETHERLANDS)

PI11

Hyphenation of CE with APPI/MS for pharmaceutical applications

D. Guillarme, J. Schappler, J. Prat,  S. Rudaz, J-L. Veuthey, Université de Genève, Laboratoire de Chimie Analytique Pharmaceutique, Geneva (SWITZERLAND)

PI12

CE-MS of non-denatured proteins using bilayer-coated capillaries

J. R. Catai, J. Sastre Toraño, G. J. de Jong, G. W. Somsen, Utrecht University, Department of Biopharmaceutical Analysis, Utrecht  (THE NETHERLANDS)

PI13

Monolithic silica supported electrospray interface for LC/MS

S. Miyazaki1, M. Motokawa1, K. Hayakawa1, A. Sato1, H. Uzu1, K. Nakanishi2, 1 GL Sciences Inc., Saitama (JAPAN), 2 Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto (JAPAN)

PI14

Chip-Based Ultra-Miniaturized Anchors for High Sensitivity in MALDI-MS

J. Sjödahl1, O. Öberg2, J. Roeraade1, 1Royal Institute of Technology, Dept. of Analytical Chemistry, SE-100 44 Stockholm, (SWEDEN), 2 Acreo AB, Electrum 236, SE-164 40 Kista (SWEDEN)

PI15

Electrospray ionization generated from a gap with adjustable width

P. Ek, J. Sjödahl, J. Roeraade, Royal Institute of Technology, Dept of Analytical Chemistry, SE-100 44 Stockholm (SWEDEN)

PI16

Amino Acids Screening in the nM Range in Body fluids by CZE-ESI TOF MS

C.Neusuess, M. Pelzing, Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Leipzig (GERMANY)

PI17

Intact glycoform characterization of erythropoetin-α and erythropoetin-β by CZE-ESI TOF MS

C.Neusuess and E.Balaguer, Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Leipzig (GERMANY), University of Barcelona, Barcelona (SPAIN)

 

 

 

 

 

 

PJ-series Microfluidics

PJ01

An Integrated Microfluidic Sampling/Electrophoretic Analysis System for In Vivo Chemical Monitoring

N.A. Cellar, R.T. Kennedy University of Michigan, Ann Arbor ( USA)

PJ02

Study of Modulation of Signal Transmission in Reconstructed Networks with Microfluidic Devices

Y. Mourzina, A. Steffen, S. Böcker-Meffert, B. Hoffmann, A. Offenhäusser  Research Centre Jülich Jülich, Germany

PJ03

Microfuidic LC-MS devices for proteomic analysis

D.R. Knapp, J. Liu, K.W. Ro, R. Nayak, Medical University of South Carolina Charleston (USA)

PJ04

Rapid Characterization of Sieving Gels for DNA Electrophoresis Using Microfluidic Devices 

R.C. Lo, V.M. Ugaz  Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University, Texas (USA)

PJ05

Isotachophoresis for Integrated Microfluidic Analysis of Nucleic Acids

L. Chen, J. Prest, P. Fielden, N. Goddard, A. Manz, P. Day,  Institute for Analytical Sciences, Dortmund (GERMANY), School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of Manchester,  Manchester (UK)

PJ06

A Microfluidic Chip Coupled to Microdialysis for in vivo Monitoring of Primary Amine Neurotransmitters by Capillary Electrophoresis

Z.D. Sandlin, R.T. Kennedy University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (USA)

PJ07

Flexible microfluidic device for investigating coupled mass and charge transport in systems with charge-selective interfaces by quantitative confocal laser scanning microscopy

S. Ehlert, U. Tallarek, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität, Magdeburg (GERMANY)

PJ08

Application of micro multiphase laminar flow for extraction and detection of carbamate pesticides derivatives in microchip

A. Smirnova, A. Hibara, T. Kitamori, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (JAPAN)

PJ09

Quantification of Fluorescently Labeled Thiols by Microchip Electrophoresis

T. Revermann, S. Götz, U. Karst, University of Twente, Enschede (THE NETHERLANDS)

PJ10

Polystyrene-Divinylbenzene Monolithic Filled 50-100 µm i.d. Electrospray Needles for nanoLC-MS Analysis

Bjorn de Haan1, Vanessa Crenn1, Lennard Dekker2, Peter C. Burgers2, Th.M. Luider2, Remco Swart1, 1 LC Packings,  Amsterdam, 2 Department of Neurology and Center for Biomics, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam (THE NETHERLANDS)

PJ11

Capillary-Assembled Microchip (CAs-CHIP): Reagent-Release Capillary towards Multiple Chemical Sensing

T. Henares, M. Takaishi, N. Yoshida, H. Hisamoto, S.Terabe, University of Hyogo, Ako-Gun (JAPAN)

PJ12

Development of Electrically Driven Separations on PDMS Microsystems.

Nathalie Delaunay-Bertoncini, Maximilien Blas, Jean-Louis Rocca,  Laboratoire des Sciences Analytiques,  Université Claude Bernard Lyon I, Bât Villeurbanne Cedex (France)

PJ13

Harnessing the Power of the NanoBioProcessor Engine for Genomics and Biodefense.

Stevan Jovanovich, Rich Belcinski, Iuliu Blaga, Allen Boronkay, Norman Burns, William Gurske, Roger McIntosh, Margaret Roy, Barney Saunders, Robert Stack, Jacklyn Taal, Mattias Vangbo, Microchip Biotechnologies Inc, Dublin (USA)

PJ14

Chip-based Magnetic Separation Technique for Simplification of Peptide Mapping.

L.Korecká1,2, J Křenková1,3, N. Minc2, J.L. Viovy2, Z. Bílková1 1 University of Pardubice, Pardubice, (CZECH REPUBLIC)  2 Institut Curie, Paris Cedex 05, (FRANCE) 3 Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Brno (CZECH REPUBLIC)

PJ15

Dielectrophoretic Immobilization of Mammalian Neural Cells in Microfluidic Devices

S.P. Forry, D.R. Reyes, M. Racic, M. Gaitan, L.E. Locascio  National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg (USA)

PJ16

Use of Self-assembled Magnetic Beads for On-chip Protein Analysis

Bílková Z.1, Slováková M.1,2, Korecká L.1,2, Minc N.2, Viovy J.-L.2 1University of Pardubice, Department of Biological and Biochemical Sciences, Pardubice, (CZECH REPUBLIC) 2 Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, Institute Curie, Paris (FRANCE)

PJ17

Automated On-chip Electrophoresis Enables Fast and Efficient Monitoring of Protein Expression and Refolding Screen – an Example of Applied Microscale Bioseparation

R. Salowsky, C. Buhlmann, M. Greiner, T. Wulff, Paul Hawtin1 Agilent Technologies Deutschland GmbH, Waldbronn (GERMANY), 1 Department of Global Sciences and Information, AstraZeneca, Cheshire (UK)

PJ18

Development of a Portable, Ultra Low-cost Plastic Microfluidic System for Multiple Simultaneous DNA Separations

W.N. Vreeland, N.Y. Morgan, J. Kakareka, J. Shah, C.W. Kan, L.E. Locascio, P.D. Smith, T. Pohida, M. Gaitan, National Institute of Standards & Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland, (USA,) National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland (USA)

PJ19

Electrochromatography in Microchip: Performant Tool for Efficient Preconcentration Combined with Fast Separation

S. Descroix, V. Augustin, G. Proczek, P. Gareil, M.C. Hennion, Lab. Environment and Analytical Chemistry, Paris, France Lab. Electrochemistry and Analytical Chemistry Paris (FRANCE)

PJ20

Miniaturized Fluorescence Detection Chip for Capillary Electrophoresis Immunoassay of Atrazine

J.Y. Kang, Y.H. KIM, J.A. Min, K.S. Shin, E.K. Yang, T.S. KIM, Micro system Research Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Seoul (KOREA)

PJ21

Designing Microchip for High Performance Electrophoretic Analysis

Kenji Sueyoshi1, Hidenori Nagai2, Shin-ichi Wakida2, Junji Nishii2, Fumihiko Kitagawa1, Koji Otsuka1, 1 Department of Material Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University; 2 National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, AIST, Kyoto (JAPAN)

PJ22

Pressure driven flow control system for nanofluidic channels

E. Tamaki, A. Hibara, T. Tsukahara, H. B. Kim, T. Kitamori, University of Tokyo, Kanagawa Akademy of Science and Technology, Tokyo (JAPAN)

PJ23

Introducing PolyEther Ether Keton (PEEK) into the field of Lab-on-a-Chip Systems

H. Mühlberger, A.E. Guber, W. Hoffmann, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Institute for Microstructure Technology, Karlsruhe (GERMANY)

PJ24

An isoelectric focusing chip with microstructured superhydrophilic open channels for coupling with MALDI-MS detection

W. Hattori, H. Someya, M. Fujita, T. Sano, H. Kawaura, Proteomics Research Center, Fundamental and Environmental Res. Labs., NEC Corp., Tsukuba (JAPAN)

PJ25

Magnetic reactors, highly studied tools for proteolytic cleavage in a microchannel

M. Slováková, N. Minc, J.L. Viovy, A. Le Nel, C. Smadja, Z. Bílková, University of Pardubice, Pardubice (CZECH REPUBLIC), Institute Curie, Paris, France Université de Paris XI, Chatenay Malabry Cedex, (FRANCE)

PJ26

Microfluidics-Based Nano-biosensing of PCR Products - Hybridization Induced Fluorescence Quenching

Shu-Hui Chen Yu-Ting Li, Department of Chemistry National Cheng Kung University

PJ27

Protein depletion and desalting with microchip CE

L.H.H. Silvertand (1), E. Machtejevas (2), R. Hendriks (3), K.K. Unger (2), W.P. van Bennekom (1), G.J. de Jong (1), (1) Utrecht University, Utrecht (THE NETHERLANDS), (2) Johannes Gutenberg Universitat, Mainz (GERMANY), (3) Merck KGaA, Darmstadt (GERMANY)

PJ28

EOF-driven Hydrodynamic Filtration for Continuous Particle Sorting in Microfluidic Devices

T. Kawamata1, M. Yamada2, M. Yasuda1, M. Seki1, 1 Department of Chemical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka Prefecture University, OSAKA (JAPAN) 2 Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Kyoto (JAPAN)

PJ29

Dynamic surface modification of PMMA microchip and its applicability to the analysis of biogenic amines and amino acids

N. Naruishi, Y. Tanaka, T. Higashi, S. Wakida, Human Stress Signal Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Osaka (JAPAN)

PJ30

DNA separation via dielectrophoresis on a microfluidic chip

J. Regtmeier, T.T. Duong, D. Anselmetti, A. Ros, Experimental Biophysics & Applied Nanoscience, Bielefeld University, Bielefeld (GERMANY)

PJ31

Capillary-Based Microfluidic Instrument for Rapid Clinical Assessment

M.C. Peoples1, T.M. Phillips2 and H.T. Karnes1 1Department of Pharmaceutics, VCU School of Pharmacy, 2Ultramicro Analytical Immunochemistry Resource, NIH Bethesda (USA)

PJ32

Comparison of analysis parameters affecting on on-line performed ITP-ZE separation on PMMA microchips and silica capillaries

H. Sirén, N. Virkkala, E. Välinen, A. Hokkanen and I. Stuns,

PJ33

Continued development of on-Chip Gel Electrophoresis - New Series II Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer Kits

M. Valer, S. Glueck, M. Kuschel, M. Greiner, T. Preckel, Agilent Technologies, Waldbronn (GERMANY)

PJ34

Microchip-based liquid-liquid extraction for gas-chromatography analysis of amphetamine-type stimulants in urine

H. Miyaguchib12, M. Tokeshi2, Y. Kikutani2, A. Hibara2 3, H. Inoue1, T. Kitamori2 3, 1National Research Institute of Police Science, Kashiwa, Chiba (JAPAN), 2Micro Chemistry Group, Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology, Kawasaki, Kanagawa (JAPAN,) 3Department of Applied Chemistry, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, (JAPAN)

PJ35

Engineering of polymer based HPLC-Chip devices and instrumentation

K. Kraiczek, H-G. Weissgerber, P. Kaltenbach, G. Gauthier, Agilent Technologies, Waldbronn (GERMANY)

 

 

 

 

PK-series Novel Instrumentation

PK01

Development of New Non-aqueous Capillary Electrophoresis Method with chromatographic mechanism for separation of non-charged substances

B. Lapin1, O. Mikhailova2 1 InterLab Inc., 2 “OAO Biomash”, Moscow (RUSSIA)

PK02

Chemiluminescence Detection in Capillary Electrophoresis (CE-CL) for the Determination of Phenothiazines in Pharmaceuticals and Biological Fluids

F.J. Lara, A.M. García-Campaña, J.M. Bosque-Sendra, F. Alés-Barrero, Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Granada (SPAIN)

PK03

High-Performance Two-Dimensional Gel Electrophoresis Using a Low-Concentration Iso-electric Focusing Gel Supported by a String

T. Odake, T. Saheki, H. Hotta, K. Tsunoda, Gunma University, Kiryu (JAPAN)

PK04

Mass assembly technology for large arrays of capillaries

C.R. Forest, D. Buckley, I. Collier, I.W. Hunter Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge (USA)

PK05

Capillary zone electrophoresis method for the determination of inorganic anions in honey

Silvia Suárez-Luque, Inés Mato, José F. Huidobro, Jesús Simal-Lozano, Facultad de Farmacia. Departamento de Química Analítica, Nutrición y Bromatología. Área de Nutrición y Bromatología. Universidad de Santiago. 15782 SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA (SPAIN)

PK06

Capillary zone electrophoretic analysis of metal cations in honey samples and their relationships with colour

I. Mato, S. Suárez-Luque, J.F. Huidobro, J. Simal-Lozano, Facultad de Farmacia. Departamento de Química Analítica, Nutrición y Bromatología. Área de Nutrición y Bromatología. Universidad de Santiago. 15782 SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA (SPAIN)

PK07

A Nanoscale HPLC System Capable of 10,000 psi Operation for High Efficiency Separations Utilizing Sub 2 Micron Particles

J.W. Finch, H. Liu, M.D. Stapels, J.P. Murphy, K. Fadgen, G. Gerhardt, S. Ciavarini, D. DellaRovere, C.C. Benevides, A. Wallace, J.C. Gebler, Waters Corporation, Milford, Massachusetts (USA)

PK08

Integration of IEF and SDS-PAGE into a Miniaturized Device for Two Dimensional (2-DE) Electrophoretic Separation of Proteins

Z. Demianova1, M. Shimmo1, E. Pöysä1, S. Franssila2, M. Baumann1, 1 Protein Chemistry Unit, Institute of Biomedicine, University of Helsinki, 2Microelectronics centre, Helsinki University of Technology (FINLAND)

PK09

Determination of the Herbicide Metribuzin and its Conversion Products in Soils by Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography

J. F. Huertas-Pérez1, M. del Olmo Iruela1, A. M. García-Campaña1, A. González-Casado1, A. Sánchez-Navarro2, 1 Departament of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, University of Granada, Spain. 2 Department of Agriculture Chemistry, Geology and Edafology, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Murcia (SPAIN)

PK10

Analysis of Amino Acids in Human Plasma by Capillary Electrophoresis with Miniaturized Laser-induced Fluorescence Detection Cell

V. Kostal, M. Zeisbergerova, Z. Hrotekova, V. Kahle, K. Slais, Dept. of Analytical Chemistry,Palacky University, Olomouc, Dept. of Biochemistry, Masaryk University, Brno, Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Brno (CZECH REPUBLIC).

PK11

Development of Affinity Analytical Magnetapheresis for Particle and Biochemical Analysis

C. Bor Fuh1, H.Y. Tsai2, and F. H. Hsu1, 1 Department of Applied Chemistry, National Chi Nan University 2 School of Applied Chemistry, Chung Shan Medical University (TAIWAN)

PK12

Laser Microdissection and Non-Contact Extraction of Cellular Material for Microscale Alzheimer Research

B. Sägmüller1, C. Sauber2, M. Neumann3 , H. A. Kretzschmar3 , 1Carl Zeiss / PALM Microlaser GmbH, Bernried, 2Agilent Technologies Waldbronn, 3Institut of Neuropathology, Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich (GERMANY)

PK13

HPLC-CHIP/MS as an Analytical Tool for Injecting Sample Amounts in the Low Nanoliter Range

Martin Vollmer, Anabel Fandino, Jan Eickhoff, Bernd Glatz Agilent Technologies, Waldbronn (GERMANY)

PK14

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PK15

New Device For Protein Characterization.

G. Zilberstein, E.M. Baskin, Technion , Haifa (ISRAEL)

PK16

The Molecular Pinball Machine: A novel nanofluidic device for single-molecule analysis

G.O.F. Parikesit, A.P. Markesteijn, O. Piciu, V.G. Kutchoukov, J. Westerweel, A. Bossche, Y. Garini, I.T. Young, TU Delft, Delft (THE NETHERLANDS)

PK17

On-column Labeling for Capillary Electrophoretic Analysis of Individual Mitochondria Directly Sampled from Tissue Cross Sections

H. Ahmadzadeh, L. Thompson, E. A. Arriaga, Department of Chemistry, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (USA)

PK18

Capillary batch injection: A novel injection concept for microfluidic systems

A. Stevens, F.-M. Matysik, Institute of Analytical Chemistry, University of Leipzig, Leipzig , (GERMANY)

PK19

Mutation detection by Amplification Refractory Mutation System (ARMS) and microchip electrophoresis

M. Cretich1, M. Chiari1, S. Stenirri2, B. Foglieni2, M. Ferrari2, L. Cremonesi2, I. Rech3, A. Restelli3, M. Ghioni3, S. Cova3 , 1Instituto di Chimica del Riconoscimento Molecolare (ICRM) – C.N.R., Milano (ITALY), 2Unit of Genomics for Diagnosis of Human Pathologies, IRCCS H San Raffaele, Milano (ITALY), 3Politecnico di Milano, DEI, Milano, (ITALY)

PK20

Coupling High Speed Liquid Chromatography and Laser-induced Fluorescence: Opening the Way to Superb Resolution and Sensitivity via High Speed LC. Application to the Separation, in less than 5 minutes, of 18 Amino Acids at the nM level

F.Couderc1, N. Siri2, 1ERT1046, Laboratoire IMRCP, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse (FRANCE), 2 Picometrics, Toulouse (FRANCE)

 

 

 

 

PM-series Metabolomics

PM01

Quantitative Physiology of Microbes

L. M. Blank, G. Ionidis, B. Bühler, A. Schmid  University of Dortmund, Dortmund (GERMANY)

PM02

Building Blocks for Sample-limited Lipidomics

M.E. Johnson, T. Fahrenholz, R. Johnson, K. Adams  Duquesne University, Pittsburgh (USA)

PM03

Metabolomic Analysis of Cerebrospinal Fluid by Capillary Electrophoresis

R. Ramautar, G.W. Somsen, G.J de Jong University Utrecht, Utrecht (THE NETHERLANDS)

PM04

Novel derivatization reagents of amino acids for quantitative determination and mass distribution analysis in LC-MS/MS

K. Shimbo, A. Yahashi, M. Nakazawa, D. Iwahata, N. Kageyama, K. Hirayama, S. Iwatani, Y. Usuda, K. Matsui, H. Miyano, Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Kawasaki (JAPAN)

PM05

Fast monitoring of metabolites showing the therapeutic effect of antibiotics in exhaled air using ion mobility spectrometry

J.I. Baumbach, V. Ruzsanyi, ISAS - Institute for Analytical Sciences, Department of Metabolomics, Dortmund, ( GERMANY)

PM06

Bacterial differentiation by ion mobility spectrometry. - First results of a pilot study

J.I. Baumbach1, P. Litterst2, M. Westhoff2, L. Freitag2, V. Ruzsanyi1, , 1ISAS - Institute for Analytical Sciences, Department of Metabolomics, Dortmund (GERMANY) 2Lung Hospital Hemer, Hemer (GERMANY)

PM07

Quantitative Analysis of Metabolites from Penicillium Chrysogenum using LC-MS/MS

R. Maleki Seifar, U. D.M. Nasution, J.C. van Dam, J.J. Heijnen, Delft University of Technology, Delft (THE NETHERLANDS)

PM08

Metabolomic analysis of yeast and rice using capillary electrophoresis- mass spectrometry and their changes in response to chemical stress

Y. Tanaka, T. Higashi, R. Rakwal, S. Wakida, H. Iwahashi, Human Stress Signal Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Osaka (JAPAN)

PM09

Stability of adenine nucleotides and nicotinamide coenzymes by capillary electrophoresis

C. Drăghici1, H. Billiet2, J. van Dam2, G van Dedem2, Gh Coman1, M. Badea1, S Gocan3, 1Transilvania University of Brasov, (ROMANIA), 2Delft University of Technology, Delft (THE NETHERLANDS), 3 Babas-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, (ROMANIA)