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Introducing the MALDI-2 on timsTOF fleX: MALDI-2, redefining ionization for >100x increased signal a

Video   Jun 12, 2020

 

timsTOF fleX is now available with the innovative and powerful MALDI-2 technology option. This post-ionization technique leads to both a significant boost in ion yields and reduction in ion suppression effects, resulting in a signal increase of up to 1-3 orders of magnitude compared to traditional MALDI experiments. For a MALDI Imaging experiment, this increased efficiency translates to more than double the number of molecules detected per pixel resulting in much improved physiological context.

 
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