AB Sciex API 4000 LC/MS/MS Mass Spectrometer w/ Shimadzu 20 UPLC and CTC Autosampler
AB Sciex API 4000 LC/MS/MS Enhanced high performance triple quadrupole mass spectrometer system
Turbo V Ion Source (with APCI and ESI probes)
Windows 7 Computer loaded w/ Analyst Software 1.6
Shimadzu 20 UPLC and CTC Autosampler
Monitor – Mouse – Keyboard
Cables and Manuals
CTO20AC Column Compartment
(2) Shimadzu 20AD Pumps
Harvard apparatus Pump 11
Year of Manufacture: 2005
Low limits of detection: The high sensitivity of the API 4000 System ensures low detection limits. Efficient ionization and superior ion sampling of the interface result in excellent sensitivity.
Flexible options increase throughput: Easy-to-use Turbo V Source allows you to quantitate over a wide range of flow rates and to change rapidly between atmospheric-pressure chemical ionization (APCI) and TurboIonSpray Probes. The optional DuoSpray Ion Source accelerates method development and increases both throughput and data quality. An additional option for APCI, the PhotoSpray Source, expands the range of compounds you can analyze.
Automated data acquisition: Innovative software applications enable automated MS to MS/MS acquisition, allowing you to extract the maximum amount of information from a single LC-MS run.
Rugged, reliable, and easy-to-use: The superior ionization efficiency, enhanced robustness, and ease-of-use of the innovative Turbo V Source, combined with the patented LINAC Collision Cell, delivers high performance and high productivity with greater confidence in your results.
Fast, secure access to information for DMPK studies: Integration with Analyst Software and its powerful data acquisition and processing capabilities provides fast, secure access to the information you need for DMPK studies.
AB Sciex API 4000 LC-MS/MS System Features
|Detector Type||Pulse-counting channel electron multiplier (CEM) detector|
|Ionization Sources||TurboIonSpray Ion Source; Atmospheric-pressure chemical ionization (APCI) sources; DuoSpray and PhotoSpray Ion Sources|
|Scan Types||Q1 MS, Q3 MS, Product Ion, Precursor Ion, Neutral Loss or Gain, MRM|