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AbsoluteIDQ® p150 & p180 Kit - Extensive metabolomics expertise for your lab

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The Biocrates AbsoluteIDQ® Kits deliver the widest available range of metabolomic information in a single assay. They are designed to be used in combination with your AB Sciex or Waters mass spectrometer.

Make metabolomics part of your research and find out how this powerful technology can be of use for your projects. The AbsoluteIDQ® Kits, the first—and so far only—mass spectrometry-based metabolomics kits, are a research assay identifying and quantifying more than 180 metabolites from different compound classes. Metabolites from both clinical and preclinical plasma samples can be measured in just a few minutes per sample, requiring sample volumes as small as 10 µL.

Product AbsoluteIDQ® p150 & p180 Kit - Extensive metabolomics expertise for your lab
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