Collaboration leads to fast and accurate data review

PerkinElmer, a global leader in health sciences and photonics, has announced a new partnership with Ion Signature Technology. Users of the new PerkinElmer Clarus 600 GC/MS will have the option to incorporate Ion Signature Quantitative Deconvolution Software for fast and accurate data review and evaluation.

'The Clarus GC/MS and Ion Signature Quantitative Deconvolution software work in concert to enable users to rapidly quantify target compounds and identify unknowns in complex GC/MS samples,' said Jonathan Rennert, vice president and general manager, Analytical Sciences, for PerkinElmer's Life and Analytical Sciences division. 'This partnership supports our overall goal to provide solutions that help advance the pace and precision of scientists’ research and testing.'

The recently launched family of Clarus 600 GC/MS systems delivers high performance and increased sample throughput. Adding the Ion Signature option further enhances the Clarus system's ability to deliver faster results on unknowns, by providing a tool for laboratories to identify more efficiently target compounds present in samples.

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