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New Products Posted to GenomeWeb This Week: Thermo Fisher Scientific, Prevention Genetics, Cytek Biosciences

Thermo Fisher Scientific Q Exactive HF-X Hybrid Quadrupole Orbitrap MS

Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched its Q Exactive HF-X Hybrid Quadrupole Orbitrap mass spectrometer. The new MS platform delivers mass analysis with two- to three-fold sensitivity improvements while delivering the same number of protein identifications in half the time required for previous models. It also provides up to eight times better signal-to-noise ratio for native, intact monoclonal antibody mass determination, glycoprofiling, and purity checks. For more on Thermo Fisher's new platform click here.

Prevention Genetics Infertility Tests

Prevention Genetics has launched genetic tests for both female and male infertility. The new infertility sequencing panels cover 83 genes for females and 80 genes for males. It also includes chromosomal microarray, Y chromosome deletion testing, and FMR1 CGG repeat expansion for premature ovarian failure. Tests must be ordered through a qualified health provider and will be performed in the company's CLIA  and ISO 15189:2013 accredited laboratory.

Cytek Biosciences Aurora Flow Cytometry System

Cytek Biosciences has launched its Aurora advanced flow cytometry system. The multiparametric system is capable of detecting more than 20 colors using three excitation lasers and 50 channels. It has the ability to detect any fluorescence emission in the 400-900 nm range without having to change optical filters, depending on the laser excitation wavelength, the company said. Aurora's optical design and unmixing algorithm enables the use of a wide array of dyes, including those with highly overlapping spectra.

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