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Biotage Launches the Isolera™ Dalton

Published: Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Last Updated: Tuesday, June 04, 2013
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Official launch of an integrated purification system featuring Microsaic’s miniature mass spectrometer.

Microsaic Systems plc, welcomes the official launch by Biotage AB of the Isolera™ Dalton, a fully integrated system for Flash chromatography and mass identification incorporating Microsaic’s novel miniature mass spectrometer – the Microsaic MiD®.

The Isolera™ Dalton seamlessly integrates the Microsaic MiD® with Biotage’s flagship Flash purification system Isolera™ to enable a chemist to identify compounds by mass in real-time during Flash separation. By integrating separation with mass identification the system removes complex off-line analytical steps and can significantly increase throughput for the user.

Colin Jump, Chief Executive of Microsaic Systems, commented:

"One of Microsaic’s key strategic aims is to grow sales of our innovative products through OEM partnerships so today’s launch by Biotage of the Isolera™ Dalton incorporating our MiD® mass spectrometer represents an important milestone for the Company. The launch of the Isolera™ Dalton follows the announcement earlier this year of our second OEM agreement for the marketing and sale of the MiD® as a stand-alone instrument, demonstrating the excellent progress we are making towards delivering on our strategy. Discussions with further potential partners and customers are on-going, and convince us there is significant additional demand for our product across multiple application areas and formats, and we look forward to announcing further progress in due course.”


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