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From Awards to Allergens

Products and launches

  • Inlabtech has released a new sample preparation system, the TA12 Serial Diluter. Read More
  • Leco claim that their two new instruments, the 828 and the 928 series, will “transform” carbon and nitrogen analysis to the benefit of the food and agricultural sectors. Read More
  • Astrotech has announced that the TRACER 1000, a new explosives detector, has been accepted into the Transport Security Administration’s Screening Program. The detector is described as having a “virtually unlimited library.” Read More
  • SCIEX’s new food allergen screening method, using the QTRAP 4500 LC-MS/MS, has received official classification from AOAC International. It can detect allergenic peptides from five major classes of allergenic foods at a detection limit of 10 ppm. Read More

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