delayed extraction


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delayed extraction

An experimental technique in time-of-flight mass spectrometry in which improved mass resolution is obtained by using a controlled delay between the initial pulse of ion formation and acceleration of the ions into the instrument’s flight tube.
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With the work that our scientists have completed, we can now look to a new set of enabling tools based upon Delayed Extraction MALDI-TOF/MS that will revolutionize the speed and precision with which researchers in the life sciences industry can sequence and understand that structure of complex peptides, proteins and oligonucleotides using biospectrometry.

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