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Multi-residue Method Development using Agilent 6475 LC/TQ

Developing Mutiple Reaction Minitoring (MRM)- based screening methods for routine analysis is a common operation in analytical laboratories. To maximize analytical performance, researchers often need to optimize many LC and MS parameters. An intelligent software could assist method development from several aspects, such as cutting method development time, automating workflow, auto-selecting optimal parameters, tracking system to meet compliance requirement, etc.

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