PRESENTATION RELATED TO NUTRITION AND TOXICOLOGY.
cw400 at FreeNet.Carleton.CA
Mon Apr 1 23:09:37 EST 1996
OTTAWA VALLEY SECTION
1996 SAS TOUR SPEAKER DINNER MEETING
"DR. RAMON M. BARNES"
Department of Chemistry, Lederle Graduate Research Center, University of
"Analytical Plasma Source Mass Spectrometric Analysis for Nutrition and
Date&Time: Thursday April 25th 1996. Cash bar (6:00-7:00)pm. Dinner served
Presentation scheduled to commence between (8:45-9:00)pm.
Location: The National Press Club, 165 Sparks Street and 150 Wellington
Street, (Ottawa, ONT), Second floor room Library 1 and 2.
Please use Sparks Street entrance (corner of O'Conner).
Parking: Free after 6:00pm on Queen Street or adjacent streets. Also pay
parking at the World Exchange Plaza located between Queen
and Albert Street.
Menu: Chef Salad, Chicken Supreme Divine, Rice Pilaf, Seasonal
Vegetables, Cream of Mint Parfait, dessert, followed by Tea or
Rates: $8.00 Students, $10.00 Members, $12.00 Non-Members. Payment will
be collected at the event. This event is subsidized by the
Ottawa section, SSC.
Abstract: Inductively Coupled Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) has
been applied with increasing frequency in the biomedical
studies of nutrition,drug metabolism,and toxicology. ICP-MS
provides reliable isotope ratio determinations and superior metal
concentration sensitivity. When combined with compound
separation technology as part of the sample induction phase, ICP-MS
enriches the tools available for studies of human metabolism
and heavy metal poisoning. Stable isotope analysis methods for
biological materials are well established with conventional
approaches. These methods, an extensive literature database, and
nutritional, pharmacological, and toxicological models of animals
and humans can be expanded with the data throughput of ICP-MS.
Examples be described to illustrate the role of ICP-MS in nutrition
,toxicology, and biomedical research.
Reservations: Reservations must be made NO later than Monday April 22nd
1996. Contact Victor Benham (Tel/Fax: 684 - 4936) e-mail:
cw400 at freenet.carleton.ca
Mary King (Tel: 562 - 5800 ext: 6061; or email:
mary at photo.chem.uottawa.ca
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application form and together with your payment send them over to the
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Victor Benham, Chairperson
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The Ottawa Valley Section.
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