Ultra-high resolution (214,000 @ 1,000Da) MS coupled to a nano-UPLC. The Fusion is a high performance system that provide high resolution and high mass accuracy for analysis of compounds ranging from small molecules to proteins. They have become particularly popular for proteomics applications, namely the identification of proteins based on analysis of constituent peptides (termed the “bottom-up” method) or analysis of the original intact proteins (termed the “top-down” approach). The fusion offers three fragmentation modes; collision induced dissociation (CID), High energy collision dissociation (HCD), and electron transfer dissociation (ETD). In addition, the Fusion has MSn capabilities combined with the added functionality of electron transfer dissociation are powerful tools needed to resolve the site and type of PTM present.
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