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Velox 360 is an automated system for direct dried biofluid analysis from Prosolia
Owlstone have launched the UltraFAIMS series of products, which can simplify complex mass spectra, separate isobaric ions and reduce background.
The PhoTorrent atmospheric pressure photoionisation (APPI) source from Ionics is compatible with all 3Q Series LC-MS/MS systems.
HiTek Power add Twelve new models to the family of OLH10K high voltage power supply systems.
Bruker's Toxtyper 1.1 includes novel library identification algorithms and reporting with a high-quality library update to over 900 target compounds.
ToxScreener is an accurate mass, high dynamic range forensic toxicology solution from Bruker.
The new impact II system from Bruker has >50,000 full-sensitivity resolution.
Agilent technologies have added optimised target deconvolution capabilities to MassHunter workstation software.
The Personal Compound Database and Library from Agilent Technologies for use with GC/Q-TOF mass spectrometers.
The AssayMAP Phosphopeptide Enrichment Solution from Agilent Technologies offers reproducible, automated enrichment of phosphopeptides for MS analysis.
Agilent Technologies totally redesigned ion source 7010 GC/MS system.
The Agilent 6495 a new triple quadrupole LC/MS from Agilent Technologies
TripleTOF 6600 system with SWATH Acquisition 2.0 - a high-resolution, accurate mass system with increased dynamic range from AB Sciex.
The combination of the TripleTOF 6600 high-resolution, accurate mass system with SWATH Acquisition 2.0 and BioPharmaView software from AB Sciex provides new analytical solutions.
Triple Quad 3500 system with TurboV ion source and Curtain Gas interface from ABSciex
Orthogonal spectroscopic techniques for the early developability assessment of therapeutic protein candidates
Orthogonal spectroscopic techniques for the early developability assessment of therapeutic protein candidates” are described by Patrick Garidel, Anne Karow and Michaela Blech. Due to its cost and time implications, in the early development phase of drug discovery the use of othogonal techniques, based on different physical observables, is important for correct decision-making.
Matrix–assisted laser desorption ionisation tandem mass spectrometry imaging of small molecules from latent fingermarks
Robert Bradshaw and Simona Francese tell us about “Matrix–assisted laser desorption ionisation tandem mass spectrometry imaging of small molecules from latent fingermarks“. Especially when looking at small molecules in fingermarks, isobaric species can be a problem and this has the potential to affect the outcome of any court case if not handled appropriately. Tandem mass spectrometry can be used as an alternative to high-resolution MS and ion mobility.
“Membrane inlet mass spectrometry for in situ environmental monitoring” by Simon Maher, Fred Jjunju, Iain Young, Boris Brkic and Stephen Taylor looks at a technique that is 50 years old but is now being applied for field analysis. As well as a brief overview of the technique, they show how it can be used to monitor oil-in-water levels before discharge from oil termini.
The use of liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry for the investigation of suspected (pesticide) poisoning of vertebrate animals and beneficial insects
This article explains the challenges in pesticide residue analysis of samples associated with suspected poisoning incident investigations, including the wide range of specimens and pesticides that need to be considered.
In this article we learn of a new definition for “bath salts”, and how modern mass spectrometry instrumentation can provide rapid and quantitation of these “designer” drugs.