ABI Launches New Mass Specs as It Tries To Turn MS Biz Around and Stay On Top | GenomeWeb
After months of hints and wide anticipation, Applied Biosystems and its MS joint-venture partner MDS last week launched two mass spectrometry systems, putting an end to a technology drought that dragged down ABI’s mass spec business for the past 18 months.
 
The two new tools, the AB Sciex Triple Quad 5500 and the AB Sciex QTrap 5500, represent the most advanced mass specs ever, according to the partners.
 

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