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Mass Spectrometry

Mass Spectrometry is considered the gold standard in drug and metabolite analysis, with the advantages being its ability to detect drugs/metabolites at very low concentrations, its ability to distinguish a specific drug/metabolite from all other compounds in a biologic sample, and its speed, meaning a short turnaround time for results.

Xevo® G2-S QTof

The instrument, Xevo® G2-S QTof, is designed for scientists who need to identify, quantify, and confirm the broadest range of compounds in the most complex and challenging samples. Incorporating StepWave™ ion optics for unsurpassed levels of durable sensitivity, the Xevo G2-S QTof also uses proven quantitative time-of-flight (QuanTof™) technology to deliver superior UPLC®-compatible mass resolution, matrix tolerant dynamic range, quantitative performance, mass accuracy, and speed of analysis – simultaneously.

This laboratory is currently being set up. Anyone interested in the service may contact Dr. Gang Cheng, associate research professor of pharmaceutical sciences, at (509) 324-7244 or by email at gang8.chen@wsu.edu. This lab will operate the instrument and provide the result to the investigator.

The mass spec is a shared resource of WSU Health Sciences in Spokane. We gratefully acknowledge the Health Sciences and Services Authority of Spokane County for their financial support to purchase this instrument.

EquipmentRates (effective Jan. 1, 2019)
Waters$45.00/Hr
ABSciex$45.00/Hr
Computer Use Only$5.00/Hr
Technical Support$45.00/Hr
Training$45.00/Hr
Misuse FeeTo cover cost of cleaning / repairs