Waters introduces new amino acid analysis kit

Waters introduces new amino acid analysis kit

10:50 AM, 16th January 2019

MILFORD, US: Waters Corporation introduced a new amino acid analysis kit that reduces the time required to quantify amino acids, a critical application for research scientists investigating the physiological underpinnings of disease.

The new Kairos™ amino acid analysis kit is capable of cutting analytical run times that can range up to two hours to run times of 10 minutes or less when used as directed with supported Waters™ UPLC systems, mass spectrometers and waters targeted omics method library.

“After looking at how long it takes to get results on a limited set of amino acids, and at the accuracy and precision of those results, we decided we could do better. With the Kairos kit, researchers can obtain accurate physiological amino acid profiles faster, make better decisions and bring their research projects to completion more quickly,” said Dr. Erin Chambers, VP, Chemistry Technology, Waters Corporation.

The all-in-one Kairos Kit comes with everything needed to consistently quantify 40 or more amino acids in 10 minutes or less when used with compatible Waters UPLC systems and mass spectrometers and the Waters Targeted Omics Method Library. For the needs of high-throughput laboratories, Waters is introducing a Kairos kit with consumables for 500+ individual analyses. Waters anticipates launching a second version of the kit for processing 100+ samples at the end of March.

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