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Sciex Echo MS System
 
Sciex has launched the Echo MS System, which harnesses proprietary acoustic ejection mass spectrometry technology with an open port interface for high-throughput workflows and molecule quantification. Echo MS feature can analyze up to three samples per second to deliver quantitative results up to 50 times faster than conventional LC-MS, transforming project timelines from weeks into days while retaining precise, information-rich answers, the company said.

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