Microsaic Systems, Booth 4131, Pittcon 2019, Philadelphia, USA, 17-21 March 2019
Microsaic Systems (AIM: MSYS) has announced the official launch of its latest point-of-need mass spectrometer at Pittcon 2019, Booth 4131. Microsaic’s MiD® ProteinID allows users to verify target proteins, metabolites, by-products and feed-stocks throughout the whole bioprocessing value chain.
By providing deterministic characterisation for proteins and small molecules at the point-of-need, MiD® ProteinID helps to ensure critical process parameters and critical quality attributes are attained timely, and simultaneously, which is vital for biologics compliance.
MiD® ProteinID offers laboratory-level performance on an industrial scale, due to its impressive performance on a robust, and small scale.
Glenn Tracey, CEO, Microsaic, commented: “Our MiD®ProteinID system is a process analytical game changer. Bioprocessing operators can now monitor feedstocks, metabolites and target proteins in just one measurement, accelerating time-to-market for new biologics, and assisting in process and product compliance. Mass spectrometry can now offer superlative performance to high value manufacturing industries at the point-of-need, providing much greater insights over ubiquitous optical sensors, such as UV, Raman, and NIR.”
For more information on the MiD®ProteinID system or Microsaic visit Booth 4131 at Pittcon 2019, or www.microsaic.com