New Products: A New Mass Spec Technique from AB Sciex and More | GenomeWeb

AB Sciex said this week that it has completed development of its MS/MSALL with SWATH mass spec acquisition technique.

Developed in collaboration with Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich researcher Ruedi Aebersold, the technique uses a data-independent MS/MS acquisition method "to fragment all components of a sample through a rapidly moving selection window," which "provides a complete qualitative and quantitative archive of the sample," the company said.

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