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PDF-MALDI Source from Agilent Technologies

ProductsPDF-MALDI Source from Agilent Technologies
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Description The Pulsed Dynamic Focusing MALDI (PDF-MALDI) source provides fast, easy, and ultrasensitive analysis for samples that do not need online separation. Paired with an Agilent 6300 Series Ion Trap LC/MS and Agilents powerful Spectrum Mill software, the PDF-MALDI source is ideal for fast analysis of 2D gel-spot digests. It provides clean, searchable MS/MS spectra at attomole levels. The PDF-MALDI source can also be paired with the Agilent 6210 Time-of-Flight LC/MS for protein identification and confirmation using peptide mass fingerprinting (PMF), or with the new Agilent 6510 Quadrupole Time-of-Flight LC/MS.
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