When we launched the industry-leading Orbitrap Fusion Lumos Tribrid mass spectrometer two years ago at ASMS, we redefined protein and small molecule quantitation and characterization. This year, we’re pushing these limits even further!
The Fusion Lumos mass spectrometer now has the ability to intelligently select the most promising precursor ions, create new sequence- or structure-informative fragments, and characterize them to the level of fine isotope structure — making it an essential for the most advanced proteomics, metabolomics and small molecule research discoveries.
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New enhancements include:
- Integrated Ultraviolet Photodissociation(UVPD) that allows researchers to perform large and small molecule structure determination on an LC time scale. It’s designed to improve sequence coverage and antibody characterization, decreases scrambling in top-down hydrogen deuterium exchange (HDX) experiments and created to be a complete solution for structural characterization of lipids and other metabolites.
- New Advanced Peak Determination (APD) algorithm that is designed to improve performance of most proteomic workflows with high peptide and protein identification rates in data-dependent experiments.
- 1M resolution, which is now available for researchers who need ultra-high resolution to confidently measure fine isotope structures or separate isobaric compounds.
Or stop by the Thermo Fisher Scientific booth #601 at ASMS to learn more.