69th ASMS conference

Join Evosep at ASMS 2021

Meet Evosep at the orange corner

This year we are back at ASMS, the largest annual gathering of mass spectrometry scientists. Once again we can meet face-to-face and we are excited to learn more about the current needs and research being published in the community. 

All week you can meet us at the orange Evosep corner and we would love to meet you and learn more about you and your current research. We are also more than happy to introduce you to our technology. 


Individual cells’ proteins vary. Single-cell proteomics can now show how

Max Planck’s Mann has worked with technology developers at Bruker Daltonics and Evosep to develop a workflow that enables the analysis of proteins in single cells without the need for a carrier proteome. 

(November 2021) SCIEX and Evosep will collaborate to provide robust, high-throughput proteomics workflows

SCIEX and Evosep announce an agreement to co-market products together to improve robust, high-throughput proteomics workflows for precision medicine.

Scientific presence

Our booth is not the only place to learn more about Evosep and the many research posibilities available.  We are excited to advocate several interesting customer talks during this year’s ASMS week.

Learn more about them below and find the full list of all abstracts featuring Evosep One.



Pre-formed gradients for high-throughput and robust nanoflow lipidomics with trapped ion mobility and PASEF

Talk by Florian Meier, Junior Professor at Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Liquid chromatography – mass spectrometry (LC-MS)-based lipidomics is almost exclusively performed with analytical flow rates due to its throughput and robust operation. However, higher flow rates and larger column diameters lower the electrospray efficiency and hence sensitivity. To increase throughput and robustness of nanoflow separation, the Evosep One LC system elutes samples from disposable trap columns and embeds the analytes in a pre-formed gradient, which is then pushed through the separation column with a single high-pressure pump (PMID: 30104208). Here, we adapt this system to the specific challenges of lipidomics and evaluate its performance in combination with trapped ion mobility spectrometry (TIMS) and deep MS/MS analysis in single runs by parallel accumulation – serial fragmentation (PASEF, PMID: 31949144).
When: Thursday Ocotber 4th at the Lipidomics session: New MS Technologies and Applications 

Evosep One Coupled to the Agilent 6495C QQQ: A robust, sensitive and high-throughput solution for protein biomarker quantitation

Talk by Wendi Hale, Ph.D., LC/MS Applications Scientist at Agilent
Part of the Agilent Breakfast seminar Shortcut to results: Cost reduction and productivity gains through lab automation

Register here

When: Wednesday November 3 at 7.00-8.15 am, Agilent Breakfast session, Room 120 AB

Ultrafast bacterial detection in Urine using high-throughput proteomics and artificial intelligence

Talk by Florence Roux, Project manager – Proteomics and mass spectrometry – chez CHU de Québec-Université Laval

According to the World Health Organization, antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats to global health, food security, and development today. To limit the emergence and spreading of new resistances, fast diagnostic tools needs to be developed in order to avoid the overprescription of broad-spectrum antibiotics. Low cost and fast MALDI-TOF MS technology has become an approach of choice for bacterial identification. However, it has several drawbacks: it requires a long step of bacterial culture prior to analysis (>24h), it has a low specificity and is not quantitative.

When: Wednesday November 3 at the Artificial Intelligence in MS Instrumentation and Applications

A complete and automated sample preparation strategy for high throughput and standardized proteomics

Talk by Laurent Rieux, Product Specialist at Evosep
Mass spectrometry-based proteomics is fast growing and provides a powerful set of technologies, with the potential to revolutionize health care and enable precision medicine. The Evosep One is specifically designed for high throughput applications, with a focus on clinical analysis of large sample cohorts.For a widespread adoption of proteomics in the clinic, the entire workflow from sample preparation through LC-MS and data analysis needs to be fast and robust. To meet these requirements, we introduce an end-to-end workflow from protein lysate to peptides loaded on Evotips ready for injection on the Evosep One. Furthermore to facilitate high throughput analysis in the clinical laboratory, we have developed a new standardized method the Evosep One allowing 500 samples analyzed per day.
When: Tuesday November 2 at the High Throughput MS session


This year you can explore a lot of new research featuring Evosep One at ASMS. Below you can find a complete list of all the submitted abstract. Use the search function to filter based on author, organization or topic.

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We are always open to answering questions and form new collaborations, so don’t hesitate to reach out. Fill out our contact form and we’ll do our very best to assist you.

Evosep at ASMS 2020

Though different, we still had a blast at last year’s ASMS and we were honored that so many of you chose to join our virtual events. Revisit our virtual booth here