Introducing DART-HTS 384-well 1 sec/sample

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ASMS is shaping up to be an exciting week!  IonSense will release the DART-HTS, Waters will launch the DART/QDa System with LiveID software, plus there will be several orals, workshops, and plenty of posters showing the versatility of DART-MS.  Read on for schedule details.

First, come visit us at booth #915 to see our latest innovation, the DART-HTS!
The system leverages the accurate nanoliter sample deposition capability of the TTP Labtech Mosquito to deposit evenly spaced sample onto our QuickStrip consumable.  The result is rapid unattended analysis of 384 samples in under 10 minutes with our current technology!. Stop by and ask us how you can leverage this low volume sample deposition capacity to increase your lab throughput. 

At the meeting be sure to ask us about our PROMOTIONAL DART-HTS SCREEN offer. You provide the sample - just tell us what you want to detect and we will do the rest.

Our management team will be on hand to discuss your requirement, so reply to this email to schedule a meeting with our VP of Sales Darlene Murphy, or CEO Brian Musselman.

Low volume pipettor robot spots in 384 well spacing format onto the QuickStrip-HT for high speed DART-MS analysis.


Special Reminder: Waters Corporation and IonSense launch the intergrated DART-QDa at this year's meeting .  Make a plan to stop by their hospitality suite to see what the  LiveID Software equipped system can do to streamline your analytical workflow

See you soon in the sunny San Diego!

Best regards,
Brittany Laramee
Product Specialist


Oral Sessions:
Monday afternoon 4:10 PM:
Fighting the Opioid Crisis Using Mobile Mass Spectrometry and DART-HRMS

Tuesday morning 9:30 AM: 
DART-HRMS/Kendrick Mass Defect Analysis Applied to the Sourcing of Plastic Bonded Explosives  Laboratoire Central de la Préfecture de Police de Paris, Paris, France

5:45-7 PM Wednesday Sails Pavilion:
Applications of Solid Phase Microextraction in Mass Spectrometry Presiding

016 Rapid Screening the Alkaloids of Poppy Shell in Hot Pot Bottom, Beef Soup and Seasoning by DART Tandem Mass Spectrometry

020 Ultrafast Pre-Screening of Phthalate Diesters Using DART-MS

021 Accurate Quantification of Fipronil and its Metabolites in Egg by Stable Isotope Dilution DART Coupled with Quadrupole Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry

025 Evaluation of the Discoloration Mechanism of Eosin in Oil Paint by Direct Analysis in Real Time-Mass Spectrometry

034 Real-Time Authentication of Food and Beverages Using DART-QDa LiveID Analysis

288 Quantitative Evaluation of DART-QSight for Accurate and High Throughout Analysis of Organic Metallic Species and Pesticide Residues in Agriculture Products

164 Multipolymer Sheets for Parallel Volatile Extraction prior to High-throughput Solid Phase Mesh Enhanced Sorption from Headspace (SPMESH) with DART-MS Detection

171 Towards an Inter-Source Comparison of DART-MS and PSI-MS for Drug Evidence Processing on Commercial and Portable Systems

176 The Time He Dies as Told by Flies: Identification of Necrophagous Insects by DART-HRMS for Post Mortem Interval Estimations

182 Knot What You Think: Species Identification of Illegally traded Woods by Direct Analysis in Real Time-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry

577 Analysis of Poly(butyl acrylate) by Py-GC/MS, MALDIMS and Thermal Desorption and Pyrolysis Combined with DART-MS

001 Automated Low Volume Pipetting in 384 Well Spacing Format to Facilitate High-Throughput DART-MS Analysis of Target Ions in Matrices

018 Developing Direct Analysis in Real Time Mass Spectral Libraries for the General Unknown Screening of Drugs

025 An Innovative Analysis Method for Fragrance of Sake Using an Introducing Device for Volatile Compounds Combined with DART-MS

205 Evaluation of Degradation Degree of Lubricating Oil by Thermal Desorption and Pyrolysis Combined with DART-MS (TDP/DART-MS)

255 Identification of Fine Plastic Materials by Thermal Desorption and Pyrolysis Combined with DART-MS (TDP/DART-MS)

223 Improvement for high sensitivity of the drug screening by thermal desorption and pyrolysis combined with DART-MS (TDP/DART-MS)

243 Potential Applications to New Psychoactive Substances Identification in Oral Fluid and Damiana leaf (Turnera diffusa) by DART-MS/MS and LC-MS/MS

817 Microsampling, DART-MS, and GC-MS of Metal Soap Protrusions on Aged Oil Paintings
About IonSense
IonSense, Inc. provides OpenSpot Mass Spectrometry™ solutions to the fields of food safety, forensics, drug development, and chemical analysis. We manufacture and develop direct analysis in real time (DART ®) technology licensed from JEOL USA, Inc. and atmospheric solids analysis probe (ASAP™) licensed from M&M Consulting.

DART and ASAP Sources are available for most commercial LC/MS systems.   Look here to see if your system is DART-ready.  And    check here to see if your system is ASAP-ready.

For your local representative, please see our distributor network. 

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