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NEW YORK – Ion mobility firm Mobilion said yesterday that it is partnering with Agilent to implement its SLIM (structures for lossless ion manipulation) ion mobility system on Agilent's QTOF mass spectrometers.

This is the first partnership with a mass spec vendor that Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania-based Mobilion has announced. The companies said that a beta model of the system will be available in 2020 with a broad commercial launch planned for 2021.

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