Aliri Bioanalysis Experts to Showcase Innovative Research at ASMS

May 29, 2024 – Aliri, a leading provider of advanced bioanalytical and spatial biomarker solutions for drug developers, will be participating at the upcoming American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) Conference, taking place from June 2-6, 2024, in Anaheim, CA. Aliri’s experts will present four scientific posters highlighting the company’s advancements in pharmacokinetics, biomarker assay development, and analytical techniques.  

The first poster, entitled “Combining In Vivo Metabolism and Whole-Body Biodistribution for Comprehensive Insight into ERAP2 Inhibitor Pharmacokinetic,” will be presented by Adele Ponzoni, PhD Candidate, on Monday, June 3rd from 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Adele will discuss a study on ERAP2 inhibitors, highlighting an approach that integrates in vivo metabolism data with whole-body biodistribution analysis.  

A second poster, entitled “Validated Biomarker Assay for the Analysis of Coproporphyrin I and Coproporphyrin III in Human Plasma,” will be presented by Aliri’s Senior Laboratory Director, Shane Karnik, MS, on Thursday, June 6th from 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Shane will showcase a validated biomarker assay designed for the analysis of Coproporphyrin I and Coproporphyrin III in human plasma, demonstrating the assay’s reliability and potential applications in clinical diagnostics.  

Also on Thursday, June 6th from 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM, Brandon Davies, PhD, Research Associate, will present a third poster, entitled “Antisense oligonucleotide extraction optimization reveals significant differences between non-human primate spinal cord, mouse spinal cord, and mouse brain tissue homogenates.” Brandon will share insights from his research on optimizing antisense oligonucleotide extraction methods. 

Finally, Gabriel Velazquez, PhD, Research Associate, will present a fourth poster, entitled “Identification and Quantitation of Low-level Dendrimer (10183 Da) in Rat Plasma Using QExactive Mass Spectrometry (HRMS)” on Thursday, June 6th from 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Gabriel will present his findings on using High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry to identify and quantify low-level dendrimer concentrations in rat plasma. 

Click here to learn more about these presentations and schedule a meeting with the Aliri team at ASMS.