Mass Spectrometry

Innovating mass spectrometry sample prep through automation

Proteomics research presents issues of limited and variable sample material and degradation, vast dynamic range and a plethora of post-translational modifications. Whether analyzing a single protein or an entire proteome, automating the sample prep for mass spectrometry analysis can help achieve enhanced reproducibility while also delivering cost- and time-saving benefits.

The Biomek liquid handling systems present a dynamic range of pipetting capabilities that can be configured for semi- or complete automation for your sample prep for mass spectrometry analysis.

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Trends in Mass Spectrometry Mike Kowalski, Ph.D. compares and contrasts methods for biologics analysis, including liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) and the SCIEX BioBA solution
New Automation Strategies For Improving Sample Prep - The Analytical Laboratory This presentation by Michael Kowalski at Beckman Coulter Life Sciences covers automation of capillary electrophoresis and mass spectrometry workflows for the analytical laboratory. Learn how the Biomek 4000 Workstation enables accurate sample prep, essential for downstream applications.
Automating Biologics Signature Peptide Quantitation Authors: Ian Moore, Technical Marketing Manager | SCIEX, Concord, Canada, Michael Kowalski, Staff Applications Scientist | Beckman Coulter Life Sciences, Indianapolis, IN
Automated Sample Preparation for the Monitoring of Ethanol Metabolites in Urine by LC-MS/MS In this application note, we describe an LC-MS/MS method for the analysis of EtG and EtS in urine employing a simple, automated sample preparation methodology using a liquid handling-based automation system.
Automated Sample Preparation for the Monitoring of Pharmaceutical and Illicit Drugs by LC-MS/MS This application note describes results obtained using a liquid handling-based automation system for the sample preparation of compounds to be analyzed by LC-MS/ MS and applied to the monitoring of multiple classes of pharmaceutical and illicit drugs.

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