Add to Calendar >2018-02-21 14:00:002018-02-21 15:00:00America/New_YorkCitrine™ MS/MS System Webinar SeriesJoin us for our two-part webinar series on our newest, fastest and most sensitive mass spectrometer.online
March 6, 2018
Add to Calendar >2018-03-06 14:00:002018-03-06 15:00:00America/New_YorkCitrine™ MS/MS System Webinar SeriesJoin us for our two-part webinar series on our newest, fastest and most sensitive mass spectrometer.online
Join us for our two-part webinar series on our newest, fastest and most sensitive mass spectrometer.
11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET February 21, 2018
Introducing the SCIEX Citrine™ MS/MS* Our Fastest, Most Sensitive IVD Mass Spectrometer
Learn about the new SCIEX Citrine™ System – an in vitro diagnostic MS/MS system provides you with the highest performance and reliability to tackle today’s difficult assays, and the versatility to address tomorrow’s challenges. Citrine MS/MS – one solution for every challenge.
Michael Jarvis, Application Chemist; SCIEX
11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET March 6, 2018
Endocrine Applications requiring high sensitivity: performance of the new SCIEX Citrine™ Mass Spectrometry System for measuring Thyroglobulin and 1,25 dihydroxyvitamin D
SCIEX is very pleased to invite you to attend the unveiling of the Citrine™ MS/MS system, our fastest, most sensitive IVD mass spectrometer. The Citrine MS/MS system provides the clinical lab with the performance and robustness to address the most challenging applications. In this session, data will be presented to highlight the performance of the Citrine MS/MS system for (i) the measurement of 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D, and (ii) the measurement of thyroglobulin, using the SISCAPA workflow.
Dr. Daniel T. Holmes, MD; FRCPC Division Head, Clinical Chemistry, St. Paul's Hospital Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Vancouver, BC, Canada.
*Product not currently available for sale, pending registration and listing in the U.S. and CE marking for EU.
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