SCIEX Announces QTRAP 6500+ High-Throughput Mass Spectrometer at ASMS Conference, 2016
Enhanced, sensitivity and selectivity for small and large molecule quantitation
SCIEX continues to deliver exceptionally engineered, mass spectrometry-based technologies focused on customer needs. As customers are increasingly challenged to achieve lower levels of detection, the QTRAP 6500+ system offers new features that improve quantitation. Among the new features that improve small and large molecule quantitation are the multi-component IonDriveTM Technology with the new IonDrive High Energy Detector+ (HED), which pushes the boundaries of LC-MS/MS quantitation further than ever before. The increased detection area delivers sensitivity improvements in positive mode ionization and significant sensitivity improvements in negative mode ionization in the low mass region, depending on the analyte.
Mass spec users have also asked for more selectivity, as samples have become more and more complex, creating interferences that standard triple quad techniques, such as MRM, can no longer fully resolve. The QTRAP 6500+ system delivers enhanced selectivity, without compromising MRM sensitivity. The exclusive QTRAP scan function of MS3 (MS/MS/MS) adds an additional level of mass filtering, while the new SelexION®+ ion mobility technology provides an orthogonal separation prior to mass separation. The newly designed SelexION+ system has a 2x increase in ion transmission, and offers labs yet another tool for eliminating isobaric background interferences in complex assays, making quantitation in complex samples easier and less time consuming. Additionally, the unique scan functions offered by the SCIEX QTRAP system, including enhanced mass scans (EMS), enhanced resolution scans (ER), and enhanced product ion scans (EPI), deliver maximum flexibility and workflow options to enable new discoveries and more accurate identification for researchers whose work extends beyond quantitation alone.
“SCIEX is committed to delivering intelligent technological enhancements in support of our customers’ quantitation needs. The QTRAP 6500+ system is ultra-competitive in the areas of sensitivity and selectivity, not to mention dynamic range and stability,” said Chris Radloff, Global Vice President & General Manager of the LC-MS Business at SCIEX. “With the introduction of the QTRAP 6500+, SCIEX uniquely enables customers to expand their capabilities, even with the most challenging applications such as small molecule and complex large molecule analysis.”
The revolutionary sensitivity and selectivity delivered through these technologies are designed to see it all, from low mass to high mass compounds, in positive or negative polarity – in a single injection, with high sensitivity, reliability, and confidence, not only in small and large molecule bioanalysis, but also across applications such as comprehensive food residue monitoring, environmental analysis, lipid analysis, and forensic drug screening.
The SCIEX 6500+ system has already started shipping globally and has achieved a high customer adoption rate across applications.
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SCIEX helps to improve the world we live in by enabling scientists and laboratory analysts to find answers to the complex analytical challenges they face. The company's global leadership and world-class service and support in the capillary electrophoresis and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry industry have made it a trusted partner to thousands of the scientists and lab analysts worldwide who are focused on basic research, drug discovery and development, food and environmental testing, forensics and clinical research.
With over 40 years of proven innovation, SCIEX excels by listening to and understanding the ever-evolving needs of its customers to develop reliable, sensitive and intuitive solutions that continue to redefine what is achievable in routine and complex analysis. For more information, please visit sciex.com.
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