NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Advion today said that its expression compact mass spectrometer has been integrated with liquid chromatography systems from Agilent Technologies.

Specifically, the expression CMS has been integrated with the full range of HPLC and (U)HPLC systems offered by Agilent. According to Advion, users now have full control over more than 70 Agilent (U)HPLC modules using a single software platform and single PC through Advion's Mass Express software.

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