Bruker Daltonics, Eppendorf


Bruker Daltonics in conjunction with Eppendorf announced this week the launch of its Prespotted AnchorChip, a disposable MALDI chip designed for use in LC-MALDI proteomics experiments.

The Prespotted Anchor Chip comes in a 384-sample microtitre plate format with 96 calibrant spots, conveniently pre-spotted with matrix. The chip is comparable to non-disposable steel-chips in terms of mass accuracy, the company said.

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