Monthly Archives: October 2014

This is why you do not let artificially smelly people stand next to the Q-Exactive

The Q-exactives seem to be much more sensitive to environmental contaminants than our pervious instruments (LTQ’s and LTQ-FT’s). Here is an example of two BSA QC’s run back to back .The only difference is that for one of them a

Posted in Proteomics Blog

Mass Spec Only Rates at the proteomics core

So we all want to save money and speed up turn-around time. A good way to do that is select our mass spec only rates. These are considerably cheaper than our other rates. By a lot! So why would you

Posted in Proteomics Blog