Applied Biosystems, GWC Technologies | GenomeWeb

Applied Biosystems announced this week the launch of two mass spectrometers: the 3200 Q TRAP and the API 3200 LC/MS/MS. By incorporating the ABI/MDS SCIEX Turbo V source and the API 4000 LC/MS/MS interfaces and ionization sources into a smaller platforms, the two new mass spec systems provide increased sensitivity, greater flexibility and improved ease-of-use when compared to similarly-priced instruments, the company said.

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