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Thermo Scientific Mass Spectrometric Immunoassay (MSIA) Pipette Tips

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The new MSIA™ pipette tips offer a simple and effective way to enrich target proteins/peptides for downstream mass spectrometric quantification accelerating biomarker research. Streamline immunoaffinity sample preparation process and LC/MS method with our proprietary MSIA platform.

The reliable MSIA protocols can be performed manually on our new Thermo Scientific Finnpipette Novus i Multichannel Electronic Pipettes (for immuno-precipitation) or in a high-throughput format using our Thermo Scientific Versette Automated Liquid Handling Platform. Protein A/G and Avidin - MSIA Tips provide the flexibility to tailor the tips for specific target analyte applications by using your antibodies of choice. View the MSIA Technology video at

• Proprietary micro-fluidic, immunoaffinity column enhances antibody/antigen binding kinetics

• Greatly increase signal-to-noise ratios and sensitivity

• Flexible in sample throughput 

• Customized assays available



Product Thermo Scientific Mass Spectrometric Immunoassay (MSIA) Pipette Tips
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