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Imaging Mass Spectrometry for Small Molecule Localization from Protein Discovery, Inc.

ProductsImaging Mass Spectrometry for Small Molecule Localization from Protein Discovery, Inc.
Company Protein Discovery, Inc.
Item Imaging Mass Spectrometry for Small Molecule Localization
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Description Small Molecule Localization in Early Drug Development with Imaging Mass Spectrometry

Get essential drug compound localization data in early drug development using mass spectrometry. Protein Discoverys imaging mass spectrometry service maps unlabeled ions and aligns them with histological images so you can localize drugs and metabolites prior to synthesizing radiolabeled compound. Imaging mass spectrometry enables cell type specific analysis without microdissection or homogenization and differentiates between drug compounds and their metabolites.

Advantages

  • Provides drug compound localization data in early development
  • Does not require labeled drug compound synthesis
  • Detects all available compound, not a labeled fraction
  • Nonradioactive
  • Differentiates drug compound from metabolites
  • Preserves spatial information
  • No microdissection
  • No homogenization
Info Protein Discovery, Inc.Protein Discovery, Inc.
418 S. Gay St.
Suite 203
Knoxville, TN 37902
Customer Service: 865.521.7400
Fax Number: 865.521.3548
Web Site: http://proteindiscovery.com
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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