Thermo Fisher Scientific will launch two new mass spectrometers next week at the Human Proteome Organization's 12th annual meeting in Yokohama, Japan, including an updated version of its popular Q Exactive system.

This instrument, the Q Exactive Plus, features enhancements to its ion transmission that will enable more sensitive peptide and protein quantitation as well as improved data independent acquisition-based workflows, Andreas Huhmer, proteomics marketing director at Thermo Fisher, told ProteoMonitor.

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