Break the routine: SCIEX OS-MQ improves your quantitation workflows

Sep 13, 2018 | Blogs, Software, Technology | 0 comments


Advances in today’s technology have resulted in a need for higher and faster sample throughput, with increasing number of measured analytes per sample. The new SCIEX OS-MQ software breaks the routine and takes quantitation workflows to a new level. 

Key features include:

  • AutoPeak integration algorithm
  • Automatic outlier removal algorithm
  • Standard addition

Featuring a sleek, intuitive user interface combined with the peak integration algorithm, which allows you to automatically remove outliers from a calibration curve, and includes new tools for flagging and filtering results. Built from the software you already know and trust, these new features and more make data processing and review more streamlined and efficient than ever before, quick to learn and simple to master. The new SCIEX OS 1.4 was designed to support 21 CFR Part 11 Compliance, providing tools such as the incorporation of electronic audit trails, electronic signatures, and detailed security configurations. For those upgrading to SCIEX OS-MQ, a major benefit is the Explorer workspace, which provides the functionality for manual investigation of data similar to PeakView Software. With next-generation SCIEX OS-MQ software, you can be confident that you will achieve accurate and reliable results that address your laboratory requirements and increase overall laboratory productivity.

Read the latest tech note on how SCIEX is Improving Routine Quantitation Workflows in SCIEX OS-MQ.For more questions on upgrading, get in touch with a software specialist today >

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