Medical Revolution with 2-Dimensional Mass Spectroscopy

Professor at the University of Warwick, Department of Chemistry. Peter OettiConnor and Dr. Maria van Agthoven discovered the world's first 2D mass spectroscopy (MS) device. Thanks to the present invention, pharmaceutical studies can be performed more quickly and accurately. Through this invention, which is a revolutionary for the pharmaceutical and biomedical sector, it creates protein function and can be analyzed more easily and cheaply. By means of 2D mass spectroscopy (Two-dimensional Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry -2D FT-ICR MS), chemists can divide the molecule into fragments and investigate the structure and elemental composition. By dividing the molecule into sections, data about mass measurement and the function of the molecule and its interaction with the environment can be collected. In this way, a large number of molecules can be examined at the same time, the different fragments of these divided molecules can be adjusted to the frequencies of the molecule to which they come from. Professor Peter OılarConnor and Dr Maria van Agthoven patented an instrument that could be operated in a liner ion trap. Thus, it will be offered a cheaper, smaller and more accessible option than before. Revolution in Biochemical Analysis It is also stated that this new device can be added to existing MS instruments and can be taken with new devices. Normally MS devices are not expensive, because they are large, expensive instruments. But this new invention will reach a wider market. Mass spectroscopy gives definite answers in the protein sequence. Biological activities processed with this new generation of data will provide much faster, better results and will shed light on pharmaceutical and biomedical research. Dr van Agthoven brings countless and different applications to this new technology revolution: devrim Two-dimensional mass spectroscopy; from biochemistry to food safety to environmental chemistry. O .Conner is confident that his discovery will dramatically alter biomedical research: tuz 2D mass spectroscopy will radically change the detailed characterization of proteomics and complex samples with a simple and inexpensive liner ion trap, ’O’Conner says. It is not difficult to think that such a device will undertake revolutionary developments in chemical analysis.
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