One of Several Bruker Innovations at ASMS
Bruker’s ASMS Press Briefing introduces a novel trapped ion mobility spectrometer, timsTOF™, for more detailed insights than any current system.
Merging ion mobility and mass spectrometry generates complementary information about ions, teasing apart compound mixtures and resolving molecules that are indistinguishable based on mass-to-charge alone.
Join us on Monday, June 6th at 8:00 am for our press briefing and breakfast. Learn how you can Introduce your readers to the benefits of the Bruker timsTOF™ system and these other Bruker innovations.
Bruker’s next-generation rapifleX MALDI TOF/TOF mass spectrometer now offers significantly higher speed, mass resolution and mass accuracy for proteomics research laboratories, HTS drug discovery, and clinical researchers in pathology.
Our new mass spectral library, Bruker MetaboBASE Personal LibraryTM, contains MS/MS spectra on over 13,000 metabolic compounds, allowing for the seamless identification of metabolites in metabolomics research.
Our new automated HDX Solution, coupled with our maXis II, provides fast, reliable and quantitative data from hydrogen/deuterium exchange studies, enabling biopharmaceutical researchers to readily probe protein conformational changes.
Enhanced versions of our PesticideScreener and ToxScreener solutions and new Bruker TASQ™ 1.1 software (Target Analysis for Screening and Quantitation) together produce significantly increased throughput and confidence for routine applications in food, environmental and forensic markets.
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