ABI, MassTech, Conway Institute Proteome Research Center, Cell Signaling Technology, Li-Cor Biosciences, Invitrogen, GeneGo, Bruker AXS, Formulatrix | GenomeWeb

ABI Signs on with MassTech for AP-MALDI

MassTech of Columbia, Md. announced last week that it will collaborate with Applied Biosystems to develop an AP-MALDI source that will interface with ABI’s 4000 Q-TRAP mass spectrometer.

The AP-MALDI source will support ABI’s standard 100-well plate format, as well as MassTech’s 96-well plate format.

MassTech already has similar collaborations with Bruker Daltonics, Thermo Electron, and Agilent Technologies (see PM 5-21-04).


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