1st Mini-Symposium on Proteomics


Explore the Fascinating World of Proteomics

Asia/Qatar 1st Mini-Symposium on Proteomics Qatar National Library Research Proteomics Core doj2006@qatar-med.cornell.edu AT Qatar National Library

Deeper Insights and Greater Productivity with New Orbitrap Instruments

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As the demand for high-performance, accurate analytical instruments and innovative software continues to evolve, we are excited to introduce new technology that will allow scientists to acquire data more quickly and with greater accuracy than ever before. We are pushing the pace of discovery in protein research with the launch of new mass spectrometers that enable unprecedented proteome analysis, down to the level of single-cell analysis. Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 480 mass spectrometer system is designed to combine proven technology, advanced capabilities and intelligence-driven data acquisition techniques to enable researchers to deploy MS for more rigorous, high-throughput protein identification, quantitation and structural characterization. With a smaller footprint than previous generations, the new system maintains high-resolution, mass accuracy and spectral quality, and includes new features to extend uptime and improve serviceability. In addition, the new Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Eclipse Tribrid mass spectrometer provides scientists in academic, government and biopharmaceutical labs with access to a high-performance Orbitrap Tribrid mass spectrometer featuring flexibility and built-in intelligence to drive critical insights and enable technology breakthroughs. The system incorporates important advancements that improve sensitivity over previous generations and expand the ability to characterize and quantify complex biomolecules and biological systems. Both new systems can be combined with the Thermo Scientific FAIMS Pro interface, a differential ion-mobility device, offering labs access to a comprehensive solution that improves selectivity and provides increased productivity across a range of proteomics workflows.