More clinical biomarkers. More accurately. Faster than ever.

More clinical biomarkers. More accurately. Faster than ever.

A major challenge of clinical &  translational research is to discover potential, clinically relevant biomarkers in a reliable way. Then, moving beyond positive identification discovery to verification and validation in the shortest possible time. Mass spectrometry potentially enables new screening and clinically relevant tests and supports developing targeted therapeutics. Bridging the gap from discovery to verification and validation requires high-performing instruments and software, as well as high-level competence in MS-based biomarker discovery and in method development for biomarker verification.

Unless otherwise noted, all products are for research use only, not for use in diagnostic procedures.

Featured mass spectrometry instruments
Orbitrap Fusion™ Lumos™ Tribrid™ MS
Q Exactive™ GC Orbitrap™ GC-MS/MS
Proteome Discoverer Software

Mass Spectrometry Instruments

Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ HF MS system

Ideal for most rapid protein identification, intact protein analysis, shotgun lipidomics, metabolomics, and high-throughput proteomic and screening workflows, targeted quantification and unknown retrospective identification.

  • Ultra High Field Orbitrap Analyzer
  • Mass Range m/z 50-6000
  • Mass Accuracy < 1ppm
  • Maximum Mass resolution > 240,000
  • Scan speed up to 18Hz MS and MS/MS
Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ MS system

Ideal for protein identification, metabolomics, and screening workflows, targeted quantification and unknown retrospective identification.   

  • Orbitrap Analyzer
  • Mass Range m/z 50-6000
  • Mass Accuracy < 1ppm 
  • Maximum Mass resolution > 140,000 
  • Scan speed up to 12Hz MS and MS/MS
Thermo Scientific™ Q Exactive™ Plus MS system

Ideal for protein identification, intact protein analysis, shotgun lipidomics, metabolomics, and high-throughput proteomic and screening workflows, targeted quantification and unknown retrospective identification

  • Orbitrap Analyzer
  • Mass Range m/z 50-6000
  • Mass Accuracy < 1ppm
  • Mass resolution up to  280,000 with option Extended Mass Range (EMR)
  • Scan speed up to 12Hz MS and MS/MS
  • Protein Mode
Thermo Scientific™ TSQ Quantiva™ Triple quadrupole MS system

Selected-reaction monitoring (SRM) on triple quadrupole mass spectrometers is still the "gold standard" for targeted quantification.  

  • Quantify well characterized compounds in a high throughput workflow. 
  • Obtain extreme sensitivity and speed, ideally suited to samples of in complex biological matrices. 
Q Exactive™ GC Orbitrap™ GC-MS/MS

Offers the quantitative power of a GC triple quadrupole MS combined with high-precision, full scan HR/AM capabilities.  

  • Mass range: 50 to 3,000 m/z
  • Detection limit <6 fg OFN
  • Quantitative dynamic range: > 106 
  • Resolving power up to 100,000 at m/z 272
  • Part-per-trillion-level sensitivity
TSQ™ 8000 Evo Triple Quadrupole GC-MS/MS

Designed for and developed with high throughput analytical labs to deliver the highest productivity, with MS/MS simplicity and even higher performance SRM.

  • Mass range: 1.2 to 1100 u
  • Detection limit <10 fg OFN
  • Scan up to 20,000 u/s
  • Up to 800 SRM transitions
iCAP-Q-ICP-MS

Whether you perform routine total elemental analyses or state of the art research, this unique system delivers powerful, highly sensitive trace detection, fast. With three models available, the iCAP Q ICP-MS is the ideal tool for a wide range of applications and market sectors, from routine 24/7 analysis to demanding high quality research.

  • iCAP Qa for routine 24/7 workhorse
  • iCAP Qc for high sensitivity cell mode performance
  • iCAP Qs for demanding applications made simple
Q-Exactive-GC-Orbitrap-GC-MS-MS

Increase sample throughput in your laboratory with Thermo Scientific™ CETAC™ Autosamplers.

  • CETAC ASX-260 Autosampler offers a 180 sample capacity for low-moderate sample throughput
  • CETAC ASX-520 Autosampler accommodates up to 360 samples for moderate-high sample throughput
Childrens Hospital Boston
Bringing Mass Spectrometry into Your Laboratory

Critical Consideration for Success

Mark Kellogg, PhD, DABCC, Associate Director of Chemistry at Boston Children’s Hospital discusses his road to bringing mass spectrometry in his laboratory and what you need to know adequately prepare.

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