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Direct On-Membrane MS/MS Analysis using the Chemical Printer (CHIP-1000) and AXIMA-QIT

...mbrane PMF analysis can be conducted on proteins transferred to a PVDF membrane utilizing the microdispensing function of a chemical printer (Refer to axima Application 14, 17). Moreover, using the AXIMA-QIT ion trap MS in conjunction with the chemical printer enables MS analysis with high mass accuracy ( ...
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AXIMA-CFR MALDI TOF from Shimadzu Biotech

Description:... The standard of the axima range, the AXIMA-CFR provides a combination of high mass accuracy, resolution, sensitivity and mass range, and offers excellent versatility with both ...
Company:Shimadzu Biotech

Chemical Inkjet Printer from Shimadzu Biotech

Description:...n-demand ink-jet technology enables precise and reproducible delivery of reagents Critical samples can be archived Direct analysis by Shimadzu Biotech axima MALDI TOF analysis for high confidence protein identification Multiple chemistry support for higher protein coverage ...
Company:Shimadzu Biotech

AccuSpot from Shimadzu Biotech

Description:...c preparation of target plated for MALDI-TOF-MS measurements. By using it in conjunction with Shimadzus 1D or 2D Micro LC System and Shimadzu Biotechs axima MALDI-TOF instruments, proteome analysis can be performed with a higher degree of precision and with greater sequence coverage. AccuSpot technology ...
Company:Shimadzu Biotech

AccuSpot LC-MALDI Plate Spotter from Shimadzu

Description:...paration of target plates for MALDI-TOF-MS measurements. When used in conjunction with Shimadzus Two-Dimensional Micro LC System and Shimadzu Biotechs axima MALDI-TOF instruments, proteome analysis can be performed with a higher degree of precision and with greater sequence coverage. Features include: Su...
Company:Shimadzu
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