Aptuit adds Q-TOF-MS for small molecule analysis

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  • Published: Aug 26, 2014
  • Author: Jon Evans
  • Channels: Laboratory Informatics / Gas Chromatography / HPLC / Electrophoresis / Detectors / Ion Chromatography / Sample Preparation / Proteomics & Genomics

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Aptuit, a US pharmaceutical services company, has announced its recent acquisition of a Bruker maXisPlus quadrupole-time-of-flight mass spectrometer (Q-TOF-MS). Combined with its existing chromatography and electrophoresis resources, this new instrument will expand the company's capabilities for determining and characterizing the structure of small and large molecules, including biologic drugs, metabolites and polymers.

'The expanded large molecule capability enhances our early development support for the fastest growing sector of the pharmaceutical industry and provides our scientists with the ability to identify active and/or high percentage metabolites in drugs as outlined in the US Food and Drug Administration Guidance on Metabolites in Safety Testing (MIST),' said Jonathan Goldman, Aptuit CEO.


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