New High-End Mass Specs by Shimadzu, Waters On the Menu For Upcoming ASMS Conference | GenomeWeb

Shimadzu, Waters, and other proteomic tool vendors will showcase new high-end mass spectrometers during the American Society for Mass Spectrometry conference, to be held on May 28 — June 1 in Seattle.

For Shimadzu, its new AXIMA-TOF2 has an improved curved field reflectron technology, which is used to deliver high-energy collision-induced dissociation (CID) data without the need for post-acceleration, said Emmanuel Raptakis, product manager for MALDI-TOF instruments at Shimadzu.

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