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January 26th, 2004

NanoHorizons announces Matrix-less MALDI now available

Abstract:
NanoHorizons, an emerging leader in nanoscale material and device technologies, and Kratos Analytical (a wholly owned subsidiary of Shimadzu Corporation), a world leader in Mass Spectrometry, announced the commercial introduction of a fast, precise technique for small molecule analysis today. Kratos Analytical will offer the NanoHorizons' QuickMass™ targets, which are used to identify low molecular weight compounds in MALDI (Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization) mass spectrometers.

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