Agilent, Qiagen, Reactome 16, Robert Friel, Peter Coggins, Aaron Geist, Trevor Hawkins, Don Listwin | GenomeWeb

New Products

Agilent launched this week its 6000 Series of mass spectrometers. The series includes five mass specs: the company's first ever Q-TOF, called the 6510 Q-TOF; the company's first ever triple quadrupole, called the 6410 Triple Quadrupole LC/MS; an updated ion trap, called the 6300 Series Ion Trap LC/MS; an updated TOF, called the 6210 TOF LC/MS; and an updated single quad, called the 1200 Series Single Quad LC/MS. For more details, see story.

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