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Detecting ¹³Clues, tracking ¹⁸Origin, unraveling ²History with isotope fingerprints

Tracking origins, tracing identity: the Isotope Hunter follows the clues that history leaves in foods or fibers, liquids or stone. Capture your samples’ stories with the Thermo Scientific™ Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry portfolio. Investigate more What isotope fingerprints tell us about criminal forensic investigations During forensic investigations, sample materials are examined determine how similar or […]

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On demand webinar: Enhanced Proteome Analysis With FAIMS-MS

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Learn why ion mobility isn’t what you’ve been missing for high throughput proteomics since it has limited utility when looking at cross-sections and other information. See how the Thermo Scientific™ FAIMS Pro™ interface, when connected with Thermo Scientific™ LCMS systems, enables Dr. Westphall to detect up to 20% more proteins and peptides in a single […]

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Get the new alternative to LC: VeriSpray PaperSpray ion source

Introducing the new VeriSpray PaperSpray ion source   The Thermo Scientific™ VeriSpray™ PaperSpray ion source uniquely addresses the challenges due to backlogs of time-critical samples, rising per sample costs, availability of skilled laboratory technicians and chromatography maintenance and downtime that analytical testing laboratories face. The VeriSpray™ ion source allows use of “dilute and shoot” methods […]

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Meet the Isotope Hunters at Eurofins, Nantes

Detecting 13Clues, tracking 18Origin, unraveling 2History with isotope fingerprints   Tracking origins, tracing identity: the Isotope Hunter follows the clues that history leaves in foods or fibers, liquids or stone. Capture your samples’ stories with the Thermo Scientific™ Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry portfolio.   Questions? Contact us.   Meet the Isotope Hunters at Eurofins, Nantes […]

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Microplastics Analysis by FTIR and Raman

  Small particles. Big impact. Beaches, clothing, bottled water, fish, beer, the air and honey all have one thing in common. They each contain microplastics. Less than 5 millimeters in size [1], these confounding microparticles are an urgent concern as they invade food chains and slip through purification systems undetected.  Microplastics are small plastic fibers […]

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On-demand webinar: Addressing the “Identity Crisis” in Small Molecule Compound Identification with Mass Spectrometry

Determining the chemical structure for the majority of compounds “identified” in a typical untargeted analysis remains a stubborn challenge and a persistent logjam, holding up progress in many fields including metabolomics, metabolism studies, forensics, clinical research, environmental and food safety, contaminant analysis, and E&L identification. This webinar describes a fundamental new approach to untargeted small […]

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Use the cleanest SPE to get the best analytical results! Test now and experience our awesome quality.

Are you convinced that you are using the best possible Solid Phase Extraction in your lab gaining the cleanest extracts and the best concentration factor? Test our unique Solid Phase Extraction (SPE) products now! Request free test packs   Are you using GC in your lab? If your method of detection is GC or GCMS, […]

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New biopharma applications and upcoming events

Autumn, 2018 Autumn is here, and so are our latest protein characterization applications, and a workshop and webinar to look out for.   Biopharma Characterization Workshop – Reinach November 29, 2018 • Learn about biopharma characterization workflows from Thermo Scientific experts • Observe live demonstration and evaluation of innovative automatable sample preparation solutions, software solutions […]

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Why the Q Exactive UHMR Mass Spectrometer Is Needed by Cryo-EM Users to Achieve a Complete and Accurate 3D Structure

To understand protein function and mechanism of action, it is essential to determine protein complex assembly and structure. Solving the structure of large dynamic complexes often requires integrating several complementary techniques, such as mass spectrometry(MS), traditional XRD, NMR, cryo-electron microscopy(cryo-EM) and computational modeling—an approach known as integrative structural biology [1]. The primary advantage of cryo-EM is its […]

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