ORLANDO, Fla. — When it came to unveiling new proteomics products at this year’s PITTCON meeting, held here this week, Bruker BioSciences dominated the field, launching three new mass spectrometers, three mass-spectrometry accessories, and a benchtop machine for high-throughput protein crystallization (see new products table, p. 3).

Other proteomics players such as Thermo Electron, Waters, and Shimadzu released new proteomics products, but Bruker outnumbered them in terms of the quantity and scope of new proteomics tools.

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