New Products: Releases from Bruker, Thermo Fisher, and More | GenomeWeb

Bruker last week introduced its benchtop Compact LC-QqTOF mass spectrometer.

The instrument features a 50 Gbit sample speed and 10 bit ADC detection technology and achieves sensitivity levels equivalent to triple quadrupoles while also delivering high-resolution full scan data on UHPLC timescales, the company said.


Thermo Fisher Scientific has released its new Dionex Ultimate 3000 Biocompatible Rapid Separation system designed for analysis of large molecules including peptides and proteins.

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