Bruker this week reported a 33 percent increase year over year in Q2 revenues with its Scientific Instruments division, which houses its mass spectrometry business, also growing 33 percent.

While CEO Frank Laukien noted during a call discussing the results that recent mass spec releases like the maXis 4G UHR-QTOF and the maXis Impact likely hadn't contributed to these revenues, he said "order uptake is strong" for the new instruments, and they are "getting very good traction, very good interest."

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