For busy Omics research laboratories that need to get the answer right the first time, with efficient workflows, SONAR offers new possibilities, with an acquisition mode that collects MS/MS results from a Data Independent Acquisition (DIA) experiment.
If your lab needs to qualitatively identify metabolites, lipids and proteins in complex samples and extract high resolution quantitative information from a single injection, SONAR delivers increased confidence by getting the right answer first time and reduces the time to results.
SONAR provides increased selectivity compared to a conventional DIA experiment while collecting data at UPLC compatible speeds. By sliding a resolving quadrupole window over a specified mass range during an MS scan, the quadrupole separates co-eluting precursor masses by scanning the mass range, and transiting them in sequence. Fragment ions from different precursors can then be recorded separately and assigned with confidence. SONAR provides data for quantitation and identification in a single injection.
Improved Laboratory Efficiency
Increased Confidence in Results