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MALDI-Imaging For All: A Researcher’s Guide

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Duration: 48 minutes

11:30 am — India, Sri Lanka
3:00 pm — Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam
2:00 pm — Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Australia (Perth)
4:00 pm — Australia (Sydney, Melbourne) 

While the application of Mass Spectrometry (MS) Imaging is rapidly growing, its usage is largely limited to experienced scientists. Shimadzu’s Benchtop MALDI-TOF, however, offers a compact, affordable, and user-friendly option to all. Moreover, when combined with the automated matrix applicator (iMLayer suite), our Benchtop MALDI-TOF provides a game-changing solution suitable to all users regardless of skill level.

In this webinar, we will showcase how our workflow offers simplified sample preparation, a complete imaging solution in a compact footprint, an imaging starter kit customizable based on your needs, and intuitive software for data analysis. This workflow will be suitable in research applications from analysis of small molecules such as lipids to large molecules such as protein, peptides, polymers etc.

Join us to learn how you can become an expert in MS imaging with Shimadzu's MALDI-TOF today.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how Shimadzu offers total solutions for MALDI Imaging
  • Learn about our patented Two-step Vapour Deposition Method for optimal sample preparation
  • Learn about our user-friendly interface for easy data analysis of MALDI Images
  • Applications of Shimadzu's Benchtop MALDI Imaging suite



Naatasha Isahak
Product Specialist
Shimadzu (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd

Naatasha Isahak is a Product Specialist for MALDI and Life Sciences Products from Shimadzu Asia Pacific Pte Ltd. She has received her PhD from the University of Sydney (Chemistry) working on surface initiated polymerisation on silica nanoparticles using RAFT polymerisation and bioorthogonal conjugation of peptides using Native Chemical Ligation. She then spent 5 years working on developing platforms for stem cells and organoids characterization that included working with microfluidic devices and helical polymers. Naatasha joined Shimadzu in 2022 to expand her experiences to MALDI characterization on materials and biological samples.


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