Arnold Lee

Hello, 2018!

So, as we noted earlier, 2017 ended with a bang.  We delivered a significant number of AP MALDIs worldwide and registered further sales of our MT50 mass spectrometer.  Thank you to our customers in Peru, France and South Korea for your hospitality and good luck with your new toys! However, we really wanted to note a couple big updates on the website: In the DOWNLOADS section, AP MALDI users should check out the newest version of Target for the AP…

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Reports from ASMS 2017 Part 3 of 3

Sorry for the big break between posts, everyone!  It’s been a busy end to the year, and to be honest, we haven’t been super prompt on updating the front page of the site.  Apologies. We wanted to report one other item from ASMS, and this was the first public announcement of our latest commercial product, our Sub AP MALDI (ng).  This product is a bit of a break from our others in that it’s not an atmospheric pressure device.  It…

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Reports from ASMS 2017 Part 2 of 3

As we continue to work through the interest shown in our AP MALDI next generation sources at ASMS, we would like to highlight another paper that one of our employees (in collaboration with NIH/NIDA-IRP) presented.  Titled “High Resolution Tissue Imaging Using Sub-Atmospheric and Atmospheric MALDI Sources”, written by Eugene Moskovets, Shelley Jackson, Ludovic Muller, Damon Barbacci, Albert Schultz, Vladimir Doroshenko and Amina Woods, the work focused on the use of different matrices and different laser wavelengths to improve ion yield…

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Reports from ASMS 2017 Part 1 of 3

MassTech’s APMALDI (ng) UHR source was featured in several presentations throughout ASMS 2017.  We will be highlighting some of the key discussions in a series of reports from ASMS here on our website.  For more details on the papers and for the original posters, you can always get copies from the ASMS website. Bingming Chen, Chuanzi OuYang, Zichuan Tian, Meng Xu and Lingjun Li, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Pharmacy, Department of Chemistry, Department of Biochemistry, “A High Resolution Atmospheric…

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