Microbe LW MS-5000 Auto Mass Spectrometry Microb


Microbe LW MS-5000 Auto Mass Spectrometry Microbial Identification System, the fifth generation MALDI-TOF mass spectrometer in China, can meet the needs of rapid identification and classification of microorganisms. The system includes matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometer and powerful database, with fast and convenient operation procedures, to help exploring the unknown and bring a scientific perspective in the process of experimental analysis and testing.

  • Principle
  • Features
  • Advantages

The main principle of MALDI-TOF MS to identify microorganisms is to use known strains to establish a database, and to obtain a mass spectrum of the microorganism through detection. Due to the difference in the size of ribosomal protein (2-20KDa) of different strains, the obtained spectrum is compared with that in the database. The microbial species identification results can be obtained after the comparison of the microbial reference mass spectrum

  • Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) technology

  • High throughput:96 test results within 10 minutes

  • High resolution:>4000

  • High sensitivity:100fmol BSA,S/N>10

  • High stability and Excellent repeatability

  • Patented target changing mechanism design to avoid jamming of target;

  • Self-developed high-gain, low-noise preamplifier and data acquisition system to improve sensitivity

  • The first to perfectly integrate protein fingerprint database with microbial morphological information, phenotype plus molecular information combined with AI technology for more accurate identification and more intuitive results

  • Microbiology encyclopedia Library with Colony morphology,staining morphology  and Mass spectrum,not only a tool for work,  but also a good helper for learning

  • Equipped with clinical and scientific research bacterial libraries, including more than 2,000 clinical bacterial species and 4000 scientific research bacterial species