Thermo Reaches for TOF/TOF Market With ABRF Vacuum MALDI LTQ Release | GenomeWeb

Thermo Electron will release three new variations on last year’s LTQ and LTQ-FT releases — two this weekend at the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities, and one in March at Pittcon, ProteoMonitor has learned. These new variations include a vacuum MALDI ion source fitted especially for the LTQ and later for the LTQ-FT; an integrated proteomics workstation based on the LTQ; and an electron capture dissociation add-on to the LTQ-FT.

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