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Thermo Fisher Scientific to resell Prosolia’s PaperSpray® Technology As Factory Option to its Mass Spectrometers

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Labs performing clinical research and forensic toxicology of dried sample spots can now purchase Thermo Scientific mass spectrometry (MS) systems equipped from the factory with PaperSpray technology, designed to virtually eliminate sample preparation for screening and quantitation of drugs in biological fluid samples.

Thermo Fisher Scientific has entered into a value added reseller agreement with Prosolia, Inc. to permit Thermo Fisher to sell the Prosolia Velox 360™ device with Thermo Scientific MS systems, providing a single point of contact for purchasing, installation and service. 

The Velox 360 device is an automated sample handling and ionization source for mass spectrometry featuring PaperSpray technology. PaperSpray technology combines paper substrates with electrospray ionization, designed to simplify sample preparation and speed up mass spectrometry analysis of biological fluids.

The Velox 360 device can be coupled to The Thermo Scientific Q Exactive Series MS family as well as the company’s triple quadrupole and ion trap instruments.