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Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Run Fast: Rapid MS/MS Analysis with Acoustic Ejection Mass Spectrometry (AEMS)

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The SCIEX Echo® MS System breaks bottlenecks in quantitative mass spectrometry throughput. Here a newly developed Acoustic Ejection Mass Spectrometry (AEMS) platform - the SCIEX Echo® MS System - is described for rapid, chromatography-free MS/MS analysis. It showcases the potential to dramatically change the field of high-throughput analysis.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn what sampling speeds up to 3 samples per second could mean to your high throughput workflows
  • Expedite your conventional LC-MS/MS research and go from weeks to days while retaining the precise information you need to make decisions faster
  • Discover how you can obtain a vast capacity for high-throughput screening with consistent and precise reproducibility in challenging matrices.

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