• Advion Biosciences of Ithaca, NY, has put the first of its array-based disposable nanospray nozzles into beta testing at Matthias Mann’s lab at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, and at the Lilly Development Centre in Mont-Saint-Guibert, Belgium. The 10 x 10 array of nanospray nozzles, known as the NanoSpray 100, is mounted on a silicon chip compatible with triple quadrupole, ESI-TOF, QTOF, FT/MS, and ion trap mass spectrometers. The company expects to have revenue customers in June and to begin shipping units in September.

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