REDIchip

This nanopost array technology, called REDIchip (Resonance-Enhanced Desorption Ionization), was invented in the laboratory of Akos Vertes, PhD., Department of Chemistry, The George Washington University. The chip is designed to be used for mass spectrometr...

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This nanopost array technology, called REDIchip (Resonance-Enhanced DesorptionIonization), was invented in the laboratory of Akos Vertes, PhD., Department of Chemistry, The George Washington University. The chip is designed to be used for mass spectrometric analysis on MALDI platforms without the need for matrix.

Protea’s REDIchip technology features were presented at Pittcon and the commercial product is expected to be available at the upcoming American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) conference this spring. The commercial product will be compatible with a variety of MALDI systems, and it will allow rapid and reproducible sample analysis of small molecules by laser desorption ionization.

 

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