New Objective System for Protein Analysis
June 28, 2023 – Littleton, MA (USA) New Objective, Inc., the global leader and industry standard for innovative solutions for nanoflow and microflow LC-MS offers the most comprehensive LC-MS system for protein analysis. The Universal Flow Station combined with the integrated PicoChip® and FlowChip™ solutions, delivers to the market an integrated system engineered for optimal control over flexible workflows, redefining proteomic analysis with reliable, reproducible and rugged results transforming the longitudinal studies leading the forefront of patient driven studies.
The New Objective system for protein analysis enables analysts to choose their performance. The Universal Flow Station (UFS), the standard platform engineered for unified nanoflow and microflow LC-MS workflows, brings to analysts the power of choice on one, single, platform. Built on the framework of the PicoView® and Digital PicoView® source hardware, the UFS is engineered for flexible workflows and reproducible results. Chip-to-chip, instrument-to-instrument and study-to-study, the UFS supports both the PicoChip integrated solution for nanoflow analyses and the FlowChip integrated solution for microflow analyses. Laboratories and researchers can expand their capabilities and streamline their workflows, as the UFS combined with the out-of-the-box ease-of-use of the PicoChip and FlowChip for chromatographic separations, allows operators to readily switch between the two flow regimes and transform their sample into results.
The PicoChip, built on the industry standard SilicaTip™ and zero-dead volume integrated PicoFrit™ technology, brings high-performance nanoflow separations to operators, novice to expert, with its out-of-the-box, ease-of-use. Biologists probing the proteome can see clearly, what they have been missing, as the PicoChip readily provides a microscopic lens into their analysis. The integration of these industry recognized standards and widely published technologies for nanoflow transforms the experience of nanoflow separations and delivers to a wider audience the utmost in sensitivity, inclusive of Robert Salzler and colleagues at Regeneron, actively interrogating the immunopeptidome to find novel targets and Justyna Zakaria and colleagues at Northwestern University School of Medicine, measuring biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease.
The FlowChip, engineered for microflow separations featuring PicoFrit zero-dead volume integrated technology, marries performance with throughput. Rafael Melani and colleagues at Northwestern University have standardized on the FlowChip solution for Top-Down Proteomic analysis, utilizing the out-of-the-box, ease-of-use performance to produce reliably reproducible results for longitudinal studies of liver-transplant patients. The FlowChip has provided a lens into the liver proteome providing a global view, facilitating the patient driven longitudinal studies and the establishment of a map of proteoforms.
Choose your performance with New Objective and experience the only system that can support both nanoflow and microflow on one single platform. Contact New Objective today at firstname.lastname@example.org.