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Omics Research Platform Solutions with TransOmics Informatics

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Best-in-class omics software meets world-class LC/MS hardware
Waters has developed flexible solutions for multiple discovery areas, from proteomics to metabolomics to lipidomics. Central to our solutions is TransOmics Informatics, brought to you in collaboration with Nonlinear Dynamics – a world leader in proteomics and metabolomics analysis software. For the first time, researchers are now able to exploit and visualize the benefits of coupling our high peak capacity separations from nanoACQUITY UPLC, ACQUITY UPLC, and SYNAPT G2-S HDMS with powerful, streamlined software for the bottom-up analysis of complex mixtures. And interrogate and share these groundbreaking results seamlessly throughout your organization.

A solution that outclasses everyone else
Waters Omics Research Platform Solutions make possible best-in class research for those in the Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences, Food, and Clinical research areas. They will help the medical community realize the promise of personalized medicine and elevate academic and pharmaceutical research from ‘bench to bedside’ enhancing the drug discovery process.

Waters Omics Research Platform Solutions with TransOmics Informatics include:

SYNAPT G2-S HDMS

• Ultimate research flexibility
• High sensitivity with unique selectivity
• Unrivaled system peak capacity, irrespective of scan rate
• Novel HDMSE and IMS-DDA modes
• CID and ETD fragmentation
•  MALDI imaging option for biomolecules

ACQUITY UPLC I-Class and nanoACQUITY UPLC Systems

• Best-in-class chromatographic systems to attain the highest resolution, sensitivity, and reproducibility
• Sub-2-μm separations to yield improved peak capacity and increased number of components detected
• Successfully analyze compounds that are limited in amount or availability in complex matrices

TransOmics Informatics powered by Nonlinear Dynamics

• Options for proteomics, or metabolomics/lipidomics, depending on your area of research
• Unique UPLC/SYNAPT HDMS data handling capabilities for HDMSE MSE and DDA
• Provides a new level of simplicity, scalability, statistical processing and improved visualizations for omics data
• Compatibility with other non-Waters instrument workflows in the omics laboratory

Chemistries, Service, and Support

• All your laboratory will need to ensure that your Omics Research Platform Solution is truly fit for purpose
• Proteomics, metabolomics, or lipidomics-specific SOPs and Training
• Innovative UPLC columns and chemistry solutions for the separation, analysis, and characterization of biomolecules

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34 Maple Street Milford, MA 01757 USA

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