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NEW YORK – With the release earlier this year of its MALDI Biotyper Sirius system, Bruker is moving beyond the platform's traditional focus on proteins and into analysis of other analytes that could boost its capabilities in areas like antibiotic resistance testing and microbial identification.

Specifically, the instrument's ability to run in negative-ion mode enables more effective analysis of lipids, which researchers are exploring for applications like detecting antibiotic-resistant organisms and identifying bacteria directly from tissue.

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