Waters Systems Biology Solutions Brochure "IdentityE High Definition Proteomics" now Available
News Oct 19, 2007
Waters Corporation has announced the availability of a new brochure, "IdentityE High Definition Proteomics™." This brochure provides researchers with information on the latest tools for reliable and consistent protein identifications.
Designed for authoritative and comprehensive qualitative analysis, the Waters® IdentityE High Definition Proteomics™ system defines the new standard for rigorous protein identification.
According to Waters, this UltraPerformance LC® (UPLC)/High-Bandwidth Mass Spectrometry (MS E) system solution from Waters solution enables proteomics researchers to reference chromatographic retention time, exact precursor and product ion masses, structural significance, biological context, and is designed to meet stringent requirements for protein identification as outlined by leading scientific journals.
The Waters IdentityE High Definition Proteomics System features a Waters nanoACQUITY® UPLC System for high chromatographic peak capacity and retention time reproducibility, together with an electrospray tandem mass spectrometer - Waters Q-Tof Premier™ or Waters Synapt™ HDMS™ system - for high dynamic mass resolution and consistent over-sampling of complex protein digests – two hallmarks of high definition proteomics.
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