NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Waters has released control software that makes its Acquity ultra-performance liquid chromatographers compatible with Applied Biosystems’ mass spectrometers, Waters said last week. 
 
Waters said the new software is designed to allow scientists to operate its UPLC and ABI’s/MDS Sciex mass specs on a single data system.
 
By combining LC with mass spec, Waters said, “scientists are capable of obtaining much more information from a single analysis than by either technique alone.

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