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PsiPort ™ Mass Directed Auto Purification Software from Shimadzu Biotech

ProductsPsiPort ™ Mass Directed Auto Purification Software from Shimadzu Biotech
Company Shimadzu Biotech
Item PsiPort ™ Mass Directed Auto Purification Software
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Description Shimadzu Biotech presents PsiPort Mass Directed Auto Purification software, a web-based data review and data acquisition system designed for automated compound isolation and purification for the life science and pharmaceutical discovery programs. The system has been designed specifically to simplify high throughput mass directed auto purification for synthetic chemists using a simple, intuitive, graphical user interface operating within Internet Explorer. PsiPort is the Web-based solution for sample log-in and interactive data review (Microsoft Internet Explorer browser shows MS chromatogram, MS spectrum, UV chromatogram and associated fraction id) and features a fully distributed client-server architecture for data review either within a secure company intranet or over the Internet.

Key features

  • Chemists and biochemists do not need to be trained on mass spectrometry software.
  • Web-based solution for sample log-in and interactive data review (Microsoft Internet Explorer browser shows MS chromatogram, MS spectrum, UV chromatogram and associated fraction id).
  • Automates compound isolation and purification through a single web-based interface (enter target mass information through a wizard or use Microsoft Excel).
  • Fully distributed client-server architecture for data review either within a secure company intranet or over the Internet.
Software design
PsiPort Mass Directed Auto Purification software has been designed in a two tier approach to accelerating compound isolation and purification through a generic web based interface.

Access to PsiPort
Access to the PsiPort system is managed and controlled by the System Manager | Administrator to provide full system security. Access can be either local or remote using the integrated client-server support (Microsoft Internet Information Services).

Sample log-in and acquisition
Chemists may submit samples either using a spreadsheet from an external database (Microsoft Excel for example) or a wizard function for a limited number of samples. Each sample contains all the user defined acquisition information (for example target mass, formulae, MS and UV thresholds and a pre-assigned LC/MS method which also includes a specific customized report layout).

Info Shimadzu BiotechShimadzu Biotech
Japan/Asia
Shimadzu Corporation
1 Nishinokyo Kuwabaracho
Nakagyoku, Kyoto 604-8511
Japan
Phone: +81-75-823-1148
Fax: +81-75-823-1364
info@shimadzu-biotech.net

United States
Shimadzu Biotech USA
7102 Riverwood Drive
Columbia, Maryland 21046 USA
Phone: 800-477-1227/410-381-1227
info@shimadzu-biotech.net

England
Shimadzu Biotech
Wharfside
Trafford Wharf Road
Manchester
M17 1GP
England
Tel +44 161 888 4414
Fax +44 161 888 4402
MALDI
chris.sutton@kratos.co.uk
LCMS
nl@shimadzu.de

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Customer Service: see above
Fax Number: see above
Web Site: http://www.shimadzu-biotech.net
NOTE: Price information is approximate list price and actual prices may vary.

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