Monthly Archives: June 2013

The New TSQ Quantiva – The World’s Most Sensitive Triple Quad Mass Spec

Introducing the Thermo Orbitrap Fusion – The First Tribrid Mass Spectrometer

ASMS 2013 Unknown to Known Screening and Quantitation Workflow



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Peptide Quan ASMS 2013 Poster with Texas A&M Dept of Biology and Protein Chemistry



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ASMS – Come and “Ask A Guru”

Jamie Humphries, the Product Manager will be available Sunday through Thursday for demos and questions.
So just send a meeting request via the ASK A GURU page.

Hope to see you there.

Peptide Quantitative Method Development with TF3.1

The Power of Ease of Use – Is it TELEPATHY or TraceFinder 3.1? – Submitting a set of samples in realtime

Ya can get much easier in putting on a batch of samples to run, unless your telepathic.

Here is a set of sample just extracted and ready to run a method that was created for this bioanalytical assay.

The process is the same after the method development is done. It doesn’t matter if you are a GC, GCMS, LC or LCMS user.

It’s also no different whether you a clinical, environmental, food safety or just a general quan user. The power of TF is that it makes the technicians life, of data acquisition and review much easier.

If the video is blurry please click the cog wheel at the bottom of the panel and increase the video display resolution.

Method Development Unleashed – TF 3.1 and Multiple Instrument Methods

In an effort to help make TF a more friendly method development platform, we have introduced the ability to have an option to use multiple instrument methods in a batch of samples.

This ability is enabled simply by exposing the instrument method column in the sample definition grid.

When enabled the master method’s instrument selection is overridden, and the selected instrument method is used in its place.

This allows the user to have the same processing conditions but monitor the effects of chromatography differences on the peaks of interest.

Once an instrument method is optimized and chosen, simply turn off the column, update the Master Method and save.

All future batches of samples will use that instrument method.

See the video below.

If the video is blurry please click the cog wheel at the bottom of the panel and increase the video display resolution.