By Adam Bonislawski

Bio-Rad has developed a workflow linking surface plasmon resonance to MALDI mass spectrometry that could offer a more sensitive and streamlined alternative to conventional SPR-MS techniques.

The method uses an adaptor that allows researchers to insert the company's ProteOn SPR chips directly into a MALDI ionization chamber, reducing loss of sample between steps and leading to higher sensitivity, Bio-Rad applications development manager Fiona Plows told ProteoMonitor.

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