Simple, high-performance methods for clinical analyses and fast, prep-free screening methods
Advion Interchim Scientific®‘s mass spectrometry solutions can be used in a variety of clinical settings, optimizing daily routine tasks for increased efficiency and throughput, while minimizing costs. Advion offers:
- The SOLATION® ICP-MS is the ideal tool for robust, high sensitivity multi-element analysis of all biological matrices.
- The expression® Compact Mass Spectrometer (CMS) with the AVANT™ (U)HPLC system is optimized for clinical LC/MS assays such as Vitamin D2/D3 analysis or can be used standalone with a variety of prep-free screening techniques.
- The TriVersa NanoMate® featuring LESA Liquid Extraction Surface Analysis offers direct sampling from a wide range of clinical surfaces, including tissue sections, single cells, blood, bacteria and more.
Coupled with the AVANT™ (U)HPLC systems, the expression® CMS can be used for clinical LCMS assays such as Vitamin D2/D3 analysis. Users can also take advantage of fast screening techniques with no sample preparation, offering results in less than 30 seconds. The expression® CMS is an easy, cost-effective front-line tool for the clinical lab.
Couple the expression® CMS or SOLATION® ICP-MS to Advion’s high performance, AVANT™ liquid chromatography system for even greater analysis power, when separation is required.
The SOLATION® ICP-MS provides simple high-performance multi-elemental analysis for the clinical market. Users will benefit from this robust platform when testing blood, serum, urine, and tissue for toxic metals and bioavailability of essential elements at very low detection limits.
The TriVersa NanoMate® featuring LESA® Liquid Extraction Surface Analysis offers the latest in chip-based electrospray ionization technology, providing automated sampling of a wide range of clinical surfaces, including tissue sections, single cells, blood, bacteria and more.
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