A New Software Tool for Confident MRM Based Quantitation in Forensic Toxicology
12 December 2014

In forensic toxicology confidence in the accuracy of quantitative results is of great importance. This poster introduces the new exception based data-review software, PACER 2.0 from Bruker. This software allows confident quantitation of GC- and LC-QQQ data to reduce the error rate for quantitative analysis whilst also improving laboratory throughput.

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