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App Note / Case Study

Optimized Multi-Element Analysis of Environmental Waters

This application note describes an optimized method for analyzing a wide variety of water samples using argon gas dilution (AGD) to mitigate matrix effects and streamline sample preparation.
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App Note / Case Study

Achieve Robust Data Acquisition in Water Samples

This application note highlights how inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) offers consistent performance that requires minimal oversight and maintenance for the analysis of water samples.
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App Note / Case Study

Radioactive Isotope Detection Using Triple Quadrupole ICP-MS

This application note explores how to overcome these challenges using triple quadrupole ICP-MS technology and ensure reliable environmental monitoring.
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How To Guide

Unlock Regulation Standard Sample Preparation Techniques

The latest analytical techniques – such as atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS), inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy (ICP-OES) and ICP mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) – require stringent preparation protocols to meet regulation standards and can be used across various sample types, from environmental and food to industrial and pharmaceutical.
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App Note / Case Study

Direct Analysis of Trace Elements in Estuarine Waters Using TQ-ICP-MS

This application note demonstrates how argon gas can be used to dilute the sample before it enters the plasma, reducing potential interferences and maintaining detection sensitivity.
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App Note / Case Study

Streamlined Heavy Metal Detection Using Automated ICP-MS Technology

This application note explores the use of an automated system for multi-element analysis of environmental samples using triple quadrupole ICP-MS, a single technique capable of analyzing all relevant elements from a single sample with minimal preparation.
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App Note / Case Study

Advanced Analysis of Arsenic and Selenium Using TQ-ICP-MS

This application note explores the use of triple quadrupole (TQ) ICP-MS to mitigate these interferences and improve the monitoring of trace levels of arsenic and selenium in complex samples.
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How To Guide

Your Guide to Triple Quadrupole ICP-MS Method Development

This guide explores the recent improvements in interference removal using triple quadrupole ICP-MS and the best solutions to analyze a full suite of elements in any sample matrix.
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Product News

Thermo Fisher Scientific Launches Novel Personal Dosimetry Device To Monitor Radiation Exposure in Real-Time

Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced the launch of the Thermo Scientific™ NetDose™ Pro digital dosimeter, a wearable, connected device for monitoring radiation.
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Ensuring the Clinical Utility of Pharmacogenomic Tests

Pharmacogenomic testing uses a patient’s genome to identify their response to a drug, forming a key part of personalized medicine.
Hundreds of clinical pharmacogenomics (PGx) tests are currently available on the market in the United States. With so many tests available, how can you determine that a test is clinically and analytically valid and holds clinical utility?
In this webinar, our expert speaker will outline the ACCE Model Project Framework as a tool for evaluating pharmacogenomic tests, describing the key considerations to take into account when implementing these tests.
You’ll learn how to select the genetic variants to be tested, choose the appropriate genotyping technology and develop laboratory procedures for sample processing and data analysis.