Welcome to the inspiring world of extraordinary science enabled by SCIEX ZenoTOF 7600 system!


Coined by philosopher and science historian Thomas Kuhn, “extraordinary science” refers to discoveries that go beyond current knowledge, challenging understandings and paving the way for scientific revolutions. At SCIEX, we thrive to provide researchers with enabling technologies and solutions to accelerate life science research. Here, you will find a collection of extraordinary science from proteomics researchers using the ZenoTOF 7600 system.

Watch the videos and prepare to be inspired to continue explore the unknown!    

Unlocking the secrets of aging-related diseases

Data independent acquisition on a ZenoTOF 7600 system deciphered mechanisms during acute kidney injury (AKI) and differentiated 5 human breast cancer subtypes analyzing FFPE specimen

Exploring high-throughput proteomics for new drug development

High-throughput proteomics in drug development with Zeno SWATH DIA for PROTAC screening and CRISPR validation applications

Investigating the impactful role of proteomics in sepsis management

Fast and accurate identification and antibiotic resistance profiling of micro-organisms in blood cultures by SWATH DIA proteomics

Advancing personalized medicine with single cell proteomics (SCP)

Democratizing single cell proteomics with microflow time-of-flight mass spectrometry

Revolutionizing the immune system study with immunopeptidomics

Zeno SWATH DIA and the hunt for cancer antigens

ZenoTOF 7600 system

A high-resolution mass spectrometry solution that combines powerful MS/MS sensitivity, fragmentation technology and a step-change in data independent acquisition.

Featuring the extraordinary science of...

Prof. Birgit Schilling, Ph.D.

Director of the Mass Spectrometry Core Schilling Laboratory - The Buck Institute for Research on Aging 

Hugo Gagnon

Chief Scientific Officer, Allumiqs - Canada

Iulia Macavei

Jérôme Lemoine's laboratory Institute of Analytical Sciences, France

Prof. Anthony Purcell, Ph.D.

Monash University, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Purcell Laboratory, Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute

Benjamin C. Orsburn, Ph.D.

Instructor of Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine (Baltimore, MD)