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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Agilent and Baylor College of Medicine said yesterday that they have opened an Agilent Mass Spectrometry Center of Excellence at BCM'sAlkekCenterfor Molecular Discovery.

Agilent is providing the center with two mass spec systems for metabolomics work: a 6495 triple quadrupole LC/MS system and a 6550 iFunnel QTOF LC/MS system with a switchable GC APCI interface.

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