Thermo s Impending LTQ-Adapted ETD Platform Will Become First Real Rival Against Bruker s ETD Tool | GenomeWeb

The market for post-translational modification-friendly ion traps is poised to heat up after Thermo Electron last week promised to release an electron transfer dissociation module for its LTQ linear ion trap next month that will become the first real competitor to Bruker's ETD/ion trap play.

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