Monday, March 11, 2013

Introducing flowprobe Mass Spectrometry

Prosolia annouces the flowprobe, a real-time coninuous flow microextraction technique for mass spectrometry surface analysis.  The flowprobe was designed with the researcher in mind, combining the advantages of continuous flow microextraction and electrospray ionization for sustained, spatially resolved sampling and gentle mass spectrometric analysis in an efficient and automated format. Flowprobe’s continuous solvent flow generates the highest extraction efficiency ambient sampling technology commercially available. Amenable to spot sampling and imaging a range of surfaces--from cells and tissues to analytic/polymeric substrates—it can accelerate drug distribution studies, cancer and microorganism profiling, and biochemical analyses.

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1 comment:

  1. Mass spectrometry is an analytical instrument that measure the mass-to-charge ratio (m/z) of molecules (one or more) remain in a sample. It can define the correct molecular weight of the sample components and even identify unknown compounds, structure and chemical properties of molecules.