The Symbiosis™ Pico System is a perfect fit in any LC-MS lab and offers all the basic advantages of online SPE to increase assay performance while reducing method development time. With the solvent selector in the V20 pumps and the column selector in the NEW Mistral™ it also allows you to run multiple batches under different LC conditions. You can even choose to include or exclude the extraction, all from the software, without reconfiguring your system hardware! The mix and dilute routine of the Alias™ autosampler will handle the sample preparation steps such as adding IS. In combination with an optional Prep kit the Pico is capable of handling samples up to 10 mL.
Cut Method Development
• 100% fresh High Performance sorbent for each sample • 100% reproducible and traceable assay conditions for each sample • Analyte enrichment & peak focusing for highest assay sensitivity • Multi dimensional SPE (mXLC) Superb Analytical Performance
• Generic templates for Acidic, Basic and Neutral compounds • Instant feedback during method optimizing • Test more variables in less time • No more compromising assay quality
• Simultaneous sample prep & LC • Automated solvent mixing • Multi assay processing • Integrated software control in AnalystTM • More samples per day per analyst
All SymbiosisTM online SPE Systems processes multiple batches/assays fast and reliably, with the highest analytical performance, fully unattended. They also have all the tools to perform method development using a systematic approach which generates a working online SPE method in just a few days. These versatile workhorses are a safe investment and allows you to perform more projects with the highest assay performance in the same time and uses the full MS capacity to the lab's economical benefit.
Symbiosis™ Pico system (SP104.001) consist of:
• ACE Dual 2x ISS • HPD mix 2x SSM • ALIAS™ autosampler • V-20 Gradient Pump Set • Solvent organizer set • Symbiosis Pico for Analyst software
SymbiosisTM Pico System with MistralTM Cool with Column Switching (SP104.002) consist of:
• ACE Dual 2x ISS • HPD mix 2x SSM • ALIASTM autosampler • V-20 Gradient Pump Set • Solvent organizer set • Symbiosis Pico for Analyst software • MistralTM Cool with column switching
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