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Whether you’re an expert or a novice, Analyst® Software’s broad functionality powers all elements of your lab. This flagship software is constantly evolving to meet industry demands.Analyst Software is the single LC-MS/MS software, which offers:
Leverage on smarter algorithms, which require less user intervention, so you maximize your sensitivity, precision, and accuracy. The advanced algorithm of the Scheduled MRM™ Pro monitors up to 4000 individual MRM transitions only when needed; not continuously throughout the chromatographic run. That means you can monitor and quantitate more compounds with better quantitative accuracy in a single run.
With the newly enhanced Scheduled MRM™ Pro in Analyst Software 1.7 users can now set the resolution settings for Q1 and Q3 in the mass table per transition. That means, you can run compounds together in one run with the ability to control the quadrupole resolution per transition to get the best sensitivity and avoid running two different methods.
Don’t wait to uncover underlying peaks. With the Dynamic Background Subtraction™ algorithm (DBS) you can subtract the baseline background ions during a run.
Easily remove the unchanging spectral components to reveal underlying components in the presence of a high background (Figure a).
This greatly increases the effectiveness of Information Dependent Acquisition (IDA), which automatically selects masses of interest for the dependent scan for further characterization (Figure b).
With Analyst Software 1.7 you now have control over your Dynamic Window Extension (DWE) for sMRM Pro. You can now independently set different thresholds for triggering secondary transitions and for dynamic window extension so that more secondary transitions can be triggered without increasing the cycle time by avoiding triggering DWE. Thus, no more missed qualifier ion transitions due to long cycle times caused by the DWE.
Forget hunting and scrolling through each chromatogram to view your peaks. With the Integration Quality™ Index, you get all the goodies, with less effort.
Easily, create analyte Integration Quality Column in the results table to display a relative score for the peak integrated and to assess the quality of integration.
Combine transparency and control. Analyst Software is the perfect security blanket for your laboratory. The software is complete with features and functions to operate in a 21 CFR Part 11 compliant environment. The comprehensive suite includes:
Analyst Software helps make compliance less cumbersome. Add-on tools such as the centralized Analyst Administrator Console and direct LIMS connection for your data transfer seamlessly integrate into your existing workflows. That means you save time and don't have to worry about bringing it all together on your own. We got you covered!
The new Analyst Software 1.7, is also now compatible with the Windows 10. Not only can your IT now streamline support, but they can also leverage on the comprehensive built-in security protection of Windows 10.
With Analyst Software, be assured that you have a GxP compliant LC-MS/MS software and a reliable validation support team behind you.
With Analyst Software 1.7 you now get up to 3X longer sustained instrument operation before required cleaning.
The new scheduled-ionization (scheduled-ISV) feature, allows you to reduce ion optic contamination and increase productivity by maximizing the length of time between instrument cleaning. By scheduling the formation of ions, it is possible to extend the use of the instrument over prolonged duration due to the reduction of contamination of the front end.
Set the ionspray voltage to active, for data collection only during the relevant time during the chromatogram run. All this with one click and minimal operation intervention!
“Analyst’s security settings are highly customizable ensuring we can meet regulatory and customer expectations for our daily data processing routines.”
Dr. C. Briscoe, Senior Director, US Bioanalysis, PRA International
|Triple Quad™ 5500 LC/MS/MS System and SelexIONTM technology||05/06/2019|
|Benefits of the Concurrent Software License Model||02/28/2019|
|SelexION/SelexION+ Technology User Guide for SCIEX Triple Quad and QTRAP Systems (EN)||01/15/2019|
|SelexION/SelexION+ Technology User Guide for SCIEX Triple Quad and QTRAP Systems (DE)||01/15/2019|
|Security Guidance for SCIEX Instrument-Attached Computers Running Microsoft Windows 7||01/05/2018|
|Top 3 Reasons Why You Should Upgrade to Analyst Software 1.7||09/20/2017|
|Quantitation of Microcystins and Nodularins in Water Samples||05/23/2017|
|Analysis of Streptomycin and its Metabolite in Honey Using the SCIEX Triple Quad 3500 System||05/15/2017|
|Quantitation Method for Nitrofuran Metabolites in Milk using SCIEX Triple Quad 3500 System||05/15/2017|
|Analysis of Nitrofuran Metabolites in Honey Using the SCIEX Triple Quad 3500 System||05/15/2017|
|Tutorial: Analyst Device Driver 1.2||02/28/2017|
|Analysis of Sulfonamides in Milk Using the SCIEX Triple Quad 3500 System||01/01/2017|
|Analysis of Streptomycin and its Metabolite in Milk Using the SCIEX Triple Quad 3500 System||01/01/2017|
|Analysis of Chloramphenicol in Honey Using the SCIEX Triple Quad 3500 System||01/01/2017|
|Quantitation of Chloramphenicol in Milk using SCIEX Triple Quad 3500 LC-MS/MS System||01/01/2017|
|Analysis of Sulfonamides in Honey Using the Triple Quad 3500 System||01/01/2017|
|Rapid, Sensitive, Quantitation method for Chloramphenicol in Meat using SCIEX Triple Quad 3500 LC-MS/MS System||01/01/2017|
|LC-MS/MS Quantitation of Underivatized Glyphosate and Other Polar Pesticides||06/01/2016|
|Simultaneous analysis of 12 food allergens in baked and raw food products using the LC-MS/MS QTRAP 4500 system||05/01/2016|
|Rapid and Sensitive Analysis of a 93-Compound Forensic Panel in Urine using the QTRAP/Triple Quad 4500 LC-MS/MS System||10/01/2015|
|Analyst 1.6.1 Software Installation Guide||03/01/2015|
|Using Your QTRAP LC/MS/MS System at Full Potential (6 easy steps)||01/01/2014|
|Analyst 1.6.2 Software Installation Guide||06/01/2013|
|MultiQuant Software Version 3.0 for Accurate Quantification of Clinical Research and Forensic Samples||01/01/2013|
|Analyst Software-Submitting and Starting Sample Batch||05/22/2012|
|Analyst 1.6.1 Software Manual Tuning Tutorial||03/01/2012|
|Scheduled MRM Algorithm Tutorial||03/01/2012|
|Eksigent Method Merger Tool for Analyst Software||02/05/2012|
|Eksigent Software Drivers||02/05/2012|
|Analyst 1.5.2 Software with Hotfixes to Feb 2011 Installation Guide||02/01/2011|
|Detecting a New Wave of K2/Spice in Human Urine||01/01/2011|
|Analyst 1.5.1 Software Installation Guide||05/01/2010|
|The Scheduled MRM Algorithm Enables Intelligent Use of Retention Time During Multiple Reaction Monitoring||03/01/2010|
|Multiplexing Two Different Food Residue Methods using HILIC and Reversed Phase Chromatography in the Same LC-MS/MS Run||01/01/2010|
|Intelligent Use of Retention Time during Multiple Reaction Monitoring for Faster and Extended Compound Screening with Higher Sensitivity and Better Reproducibility||01/01/2010|
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