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Redefining Ion Trap Sensitivity - Thermo Scientific Velos Pro LC-MSn
Dual-Pressure Linear Ion Trap
Designed for Quantitation


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Thermo Scientific Velos Pro LC-MSn system is the pinnacle of ion trap mass spectrometry that delivers enhanced performance for qualitative and quantitative analysis of complex proteomics and bioanalytical samples. A novel wide dynamic range discrete dynode detection system offers the ultimate in identification and quantitation of low-abundance compounds and provides absolute confidence in every result. For the first time ever with an ion trap, the Velos Pro™ LC-MSn offers Trap-HCD (higher-energy collision induced dissociation) combined with CID, PQD and ETD to solve the most difficult analytical problems. With the improved robustness of generation II ion optics, the Velos Pro delivers reliability on the fastest, most-sensitive, highest capability ion trap available today. The Velos Pro can also be enhanced with the ultra-high resolution and mass accuracy of Orbitrap Velos Pro or Orbitrap Elite technology.

Designed for quantitation: Novel detection system provides up to 6 orders of linear quantitation
Freedom of dissociation: Dissociation by CID, PQD, ETD, and now novel HCD functionality provide the ultimate in structural information
Fast and sensitive MSn: Unique dual-pressure linear ion trap and proprietary S-lens gives superior scan speed, resolution, and sensitivity. Generation II ion optics improve robustness and reduces downtime
UHPLC data rates: New Rapid Scan Rate at 66.7 kDa/s tracks even ultra short UHPLC chromatographic peaks.
Upgradable:  Enhance with ultra-high resolution Orbitrap™ technology

Proteomics Workflow Solution
Get the maximum information from proteomics samples for all levels form every target.

•    Maximum Identifications
•    Maximum Coverage
•    Maximum Structural Characterization
•    Relative Quantitation by TMT Labeling
•    Absolute Quantitation Using AQUA™ Peptides

Bioanalysis Workflow Solution
Comprehensive Identification and quantitation of complex drug metabolism samples

•    Maximum Productivity
•    Maximum Performance
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Product Redefining Ion Trap Sensitivity - Thermo Scientific Velos Pro LC-MSn
Dual-Pressure Linear Ion Trap
Designed for Quantitation
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