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Agilent Technologies, Applied Biosystems, Bruker Daltonics, Thermo Electron, GE Healthcare, and Waters all released new products at ASMS 2004 in Nashville, Tenn. this week (see table, p. 3). Bruker Daltonics and Waters released new mass specs: Bruker released the ultrOTOF Q, a new Q-TOF to replace its old BioTOF Q ESI Q-q-TOF. Waters released its new Q-TOF Premier, as well as the MALDI Micro MX benchtop MALDI. Waters also released an updated version of its UPLC technology for proteomics applications, called nanoACUITY.

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