The Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Exploris 120 mass spectrometer was designed specifically for laboratories to safeguard their current assays and enhance their provision of high-throughput and differentiated services.
Thermo Fisher Scientific's latest high-resolution mass spectrometer (MS) is designed to give proteomics, metabolomics, biopharmaceutical characterisation and small-molecule scientists the analytical performance required for research and high-throughput analysis.
We take a look at the top four pitfalls to avoid when implementing LC-MS/MS for immunosuppressant drug monitoring.
JOEL's JSM-IT800, with the Intelligence Technology (IT) platform, incorporates the company's In-lens Schottky Plus field emission electron gun for various applications from high-resolution imaging to fast elemental mapping.
Thorlabs' Chrolis 6-Wavelength High-Power LED Source is a 6-colour light engine for fluorescence excitation applications. The configurable design combines the light from six user-chosen high-power LEDs into a single 3 mm liquid light guide.
Bio-Rad Laboratories has launched its GelDoc Go Imaging System — a personal benchtop system for the documentation of nucleic acid and protein gels, stain-free blots and gels, and colorimetric blots.
The Thermo Scientific Helios 5 Laser PFIB system is an advanced focused ion beam scanning electron microscope (FIB-SEM) with a fully integrated femtosecond laser that quickly characterises millimetre-scale volumes of material in 3D with nanometre resolution.
Employing the latest gas generation technologies, the product has been designed with a small form factor for labs with limited space or for field use.
Korean researchers have developed an innovative method that allows them to visualise up to tens of different proteins simultaneously in the same cell.
Researchers have used synchrotron light to study what happens to the nerves in diabetes, revealing the 3D structure of nerve fibres in very high resolution.
Hong Kong researchers have developed a new optical imaging technology that they believe will push the boundaries of living cells research.
The device could be deployed in potential hotspots around cities, alerting authorities if levels of harmful nitrogen dioxide start to spike.
The technique presents an opportunity to put a 'stamp' on different consumer products, for anti-counterfeiting purposes.
Japanese researchers have developed an imaging technique that provides a highly detailed view of the insides of living cells in their natural state.