New Products: Shimadzu, Agilent, and More | GenomeWeb

Shimadzu has launched its new LCMS-8050 triple quadrupole.

The instrument offers attogram-level sensitivity along with a maximum scan rate of 30,000 u/second and a 5 millisecond polarity switching time and can perform up to 32,000 MRMs per analysis, the company said.


Agilent this week released its new AssayMAP peptide sample-prep system which offers automated protein digestion, peptide cleanup, and fractionation upfront of mass spec analysis.

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