A bouquet of European and German premieres / Analytica 2010

New systems for chromatography, spectroscopy and life sciences

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Shimadzu, one of the world leaders in analytical instrumentation, will introduce numerous market premieres at Analytica 2010 show in Munich, Germany. Brandnew systems are on display from 23 - 26 March 2010 in hall A1, stand 401/502. They emphasize Shimadzu's competence in creating new and innovative solutions for laboratories in various industries. The selection of novelties include:

- Excellence plus - with its mostmodern highend technology, the new GC-2010 Plus sets a benchmark marketwide. Advanced Flow Technology (AFT) combines high separation efficiency with increased productivity and reduced analysis times.
- New generation UHPLC - the LC-30A Nexera with its outstanding performance characteristics brings new analytical perspectives and depth of knowledge to the pharmaceutical industry. The Nexera is unrivaled in speed and productivity and is also suitable as a frontend instrument for highresolution mass spectrometry.
- The world's most sensitive HPLC fluorescence detectors - the new RF-20A and RF-20AXS complete the prominence HPLC series with fluorescence detection for Fast LC.
- Maximum performance, minimum footprint - the modular AA-7000 atomic absorption spectrophotometer series provides fully automated multielement analysis. Absolutely unique: the vibration sensor for rapid safety shutdown.
- Economical, powerful, versatile - the BioSpecnano quantifies simple as well as labeled nucleic acids. It is suitable for genomics research, molecular biology, agriculture, medical diagnostics and quality control of genetically modified foods.
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