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Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Workflow

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
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WALTHAM, Mass., March 13, 2017 — Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has announced a fully integrated liquid chromatography mass spectrometry workflow designed to offer accurate and consistent analysis of challenging and complex sample matrices for clinical researchers.

The new workflow, which comprises hardware, software, training application and service support, aims to standardize the future analysis of samples and better leverage the strengths of modern, high-throughput systems with the Endura mass spectrometer, a multi-channel ultra-high performance liquid chromatography system, online sample preparation, advanced software and the Prelude SPLX.

The workflow is designed to provide a comprehensive solution for clinical research laboratories evaluating how to improve separation, low-limit detection and quantification of molecules in biological matrices such as steroids, vitamin D and its metabolites, immunosuppressants, anti-epileptics and amino acids. In addition, the workflow is designed to facilitate drug-monitoring research of prescribed and illicit drugs while addressing the analytical needs of clinical translational researchers working on transitioning new protein biomarkers toward clinical laboratories.
Mar 2017
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