The use of LC-MS/MS in clinical and biomedical research applications has rapidly expanded in recent years due to the inherent selectivity, sensitivity, flexibility, and multi-component capability of the technology. Innovative Waters UPLC, user-friendly high performance mass spectrometers and software, along with reagents and robust assays are now enabling laboratories to solve challenging clinical and biomedical research problems more thoroughly and efficiently than previously possible.
Some examples of applications benefitting from LC-MS/MS include:
• Drug monitoring/efficacy
• Bile acids
Waters LC-MS/MS solutions deliver the reproducibility, selectivity, and sensitivity that you require, which is often unattainable with immunoassays. For a partner with extensive experience developing proven LC-MS/MS solutions used in the biomedical research space, Waters can help you find the answers to key biological questions.
Applications for clinical research are intended for research use only and not for use in diagnostic procedures.
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|ACQUITY UPLC I-Class System
For high-resolution and high-sensitivity separations that are ideally suited for use with mass spectrometry.
Our tandem quadrupole mass spectrometers deliver the high sensitivity needed for detection and quantification, even with limited sample amounts.
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A robust and sensitive tandem quadrupole MS with compact design, featuring unparalleled performance with a wide dynamic range and high rates of data acquisition.
Designed for routine quantitative UPLC/MS/MS applications, so you can confidently quantify and confirm trace components in the most complex of samples.
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