LC/MS/MS Systems

 

Several considerations go in to the selection of the right instrument to support your sample analyses. For one, it’s not just the molecular mass (m) but also the charge (z) or the m/z ratio that determines the measurement range. We will help identify the right instrument to serve your needs. This PDF document will explain more details.

 

 

 

AB Sciex 5500 Qtrap with Parker Balston 5000 gas generator and 
Shimadzu 20A UFLC HPLC. 

Predominantly for ultra-sensitive, low-recovery quantification of drugs from tissue, plasma, and in vitro samples, as well as metabolite identification with Information-Dependent Acquisition techniques.

 

 

 

 

AB Sciex 4500 Qtrap with Peak ABN2ZA 5000 gas generator and
Shimadzu 20A UFLC HPLC. 

Robustness and performance for the application of contaminant analysis, drug monitoring research, peptide quantitation, drug discovery and development. Sensitive detection up to 12,000 FWHM resolution.

 

 

 

 

Waters Xevo TQD Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer with
UPLC built in.

A faster device for sensitive chemical detection with a wide range of molecular mass-to-charge ratio, up to 2000 M/Z.

 

 

 

 

AB Sciex 3200 Qtrap with Peak ABN2ZA 5000 gas generator and
Agilent 1200 HPLC. 

This system performs Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) scans, resulting in high quantitative sensitivity for clinical studies.

 

 

 

Waters SYNAPT G2-Si uses StepWave and 
UPLC separations with Quantitative Time-of-Flight technologies.

Enables extensive characterization of complex mixtures and molecules with high specificity. When integrated with imaging software, this technology permits detection and spatial resolution in a heat map format without the need for radioactive tracers.

 

 

Tissue Processing Instruments

 

  • Thermo DNA120 SpeedVac concentrators
  • Thermo Legend X1R centrifuge
  • Eppendorf centrifuges 5424 and 5424R
  • Precellys Evolution homogenizer

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Thursday, January 21, 2016
Thursday, January 21, 2016