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TriVersa NanoMate with LESA Plus – Liquid Extraction Surface Analysis PLUS LC

Learn more about Liquid Extraction Surface Analysis PLUS LC separation with the Advion TriVersa NanoMate featuring new LESAPlus technology.

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TriVersa NanoMate® LESA® with ESI Chip® Technology

The TriVersa NanoMate® LESA® is the latest in chip-based electrospray ionization technology from Advion. It combines the benefits of liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry, chip-based infusion, fraction collection and direct surface analysis into one integrated ion source platform. It allows scientists to obtain more information from complex samples than LC/MS alone.

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Product Note

CHIPSOFT 10.0 WITH DEVELOPERS KIT: Customized method development for the TriVersa Nanomate

ChipSoftX is an entirely new operating software for the TriVersa NanoMate automated nanoelectrospray source. Besides improvement in program compatibility with Windows and integration of existing software features, it also provides access to the new Developers Kit – a platform for customized method development with direct access to robot controls allowing entirely novel analysis workflows such…

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Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology Golm, Germany

"I can’t imagine running these analyses without the TriVersa NanoMate"

Dr. Patrick Giavalisco, Research Group Leader

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Application Note

Metabolite Identification Using the TriVersa NanoMate®

Greater than 10 times more sensitive than LC/MS/MS for detection of low level, potentially active or toxic recirculating metabolites.

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Liquid Extraction Surface Analysis Mass Spectrometry (LESA-MS) Novel Profiling Tool for Drug Distribution & Metabolism Analysis

Presented by: Dr. Daniel Eikel, Sr. Application Scientist – Advion, Inc. Description: Liquid extraction surface analysis mass spectrometry (LESA-MS) is a novel mass spectrometry-based surface-profiling technique (Kertez, et al., 2009) that can be utilized in drug distribution and metabolism studies. Potential advantages of LESA-MS are as follows: No radiolabeled compound is required Its overall sensitivity…

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