The new Xevo G3 QTof system is a high-performance, benchtop mass spectrometer for the characterization and quantification of molecules in applications such as biotherapeutics, forensics, metabolite identification, metabolomics and extractables and leachables. The Xevo G3 QTof system is up to 10X more sensitive than its class-leading predecessor, at transmitting thermally fragile molecules and excels at measuring and characterizing denatured or native proteins, peptides, and other biotherapeutics.
“Biopharmaceutical development and commercialization requires a deep understanding of product variation, their degradation pathways and the processes that make them,” said Dr. Andrew Mahan, associate director, Mass Spectrometry Group Leader, Cell Engineering and Early Development, Janssen. “The extended mass-to-charge ratio (m/z) range of the Xevo G3 QTof is going to be ideal for the analysis of multi-specifics and for native MS analyses.”
The Xevo G3 QTof system is engineered to reliably give scientists both reproducible and accurate qualitative and quantitative information about molecules in their samples whether in very small or very large amounts.