Introducing the New TSQ Altis and TSQ Quantis Triple Quadrupole MS

Video   Aug 01, 2017

 

Targeted quantitation is evolving with every passing day. From achieving scientific and business goals, addressing complexities of molecules to those of matrices, and ensuring ease-of-use to address regulatory requirements - today’s challenges in targeted quantitation are more than just quantifying targeted analytes.

Your samples are limited and precious, and so are your time and resources. To perform quantitation assays with confidence, you need a workflow solution that offers superior data quality with a robust, sensitive, reproducible, and reliable targeted quantitation method.

The new generation Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Altis™ and TSQ Quantis™ Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers enable every user to achieve supreme confidence in targeted quantitation for every molecule type, in every matrix.

 
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