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AccuSpot LC-MALDI Plate Spotter from Shimadzu

ProductsAccuSpot LC-MALDI Plate Spotter from Shimadzu
Company Shimadzu
Item AccuSpot LC-MALDI Plate Spotter
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Description The AccuSpot automates LC micro-fractionation, spotting and preparation for MS analysis. With the AccuSpot system, LC eluent can be accurately and continuously spotted onto target plates, in trace amounts. This allows for automatic preparation of target plates for MALDI-TOF-MS measurements. When used in conjunction with Shimadzus Two-Dimensional Micro LC System and Shimadzu Biotechs AXIMA MALDI-TOF instruments, proteome analysis can be performed with a higher degree of precision and with greater sequence coverage.

Features include:

  • Supports micro-fractionation on Shimadzu MALDI-TOF/MS targets, for 96 or 384 well, and ABI format MALDI plates.
  • Multiple plates can be spotted continuously. The plate changer allows a maximum of 9 Shimadzu (MTP format) or 18 ABI plates to be spotted without stopping.
  • Matrix solution is added automatically, and can be added at flow rates from 0.1L/min to 50 L/min.
  • Easy-to-use software gives the user total control over the spotting operation from setting matrix flow rate to spotting pattern to report generation.
  • The system includes a CCD camera as a standard accessory.
  • An optional barcode reader is available for sample tracking.
  • Compatible with any HPLC system capable of delivering micro/capillary/nanoflow.
  • Spotting can be performed in either continuous or time-specific mode. Both modes allow spotting intervals from 5 to 60 sec/spot.
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7102 Riverwood Drive
Columbia, MD 21046-2502

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