At ASMS, Mass-Spec Vendors Debut Tools to Meet Growing Demand for Better Performance | GenomeWeb
DENVER — As mass-spectrometry vendors search for the next breakthrough in instrument technology, a number of them unveiled a host of new tools this week they claim offer greater mass accuracy and resolution, depth of coverage, and sensitivity.
 
At the annual conference of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry held here this week, all the major mass-spec vendors, with the exception of Applied Biosystems, used the meeting as a launching pad for new instrument platforms.
 

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