Instrumentation in the Fernandez Lab

Waters QDa Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer. 

 

JEOL AccuTOF ESI mass spectrometer modified to perform DESI differential ion mobility-MS imaging experiments

 

ESI Agilent G6430 triple quadrupole mass spectrometer equipped with an Agilent 1290 UHPLC unit for quantitation purposes

 

ESI Bruker micr-OTOF Q I mass spectrometer equipped with ion sources for imaging work, including a tunable IR OPOTEK laser

 

ESI Bruker micr-OTOF Q II mass spectrometer equipped with ESI and DART ion sources
 

 

Waters HDMS Synapt G2 Traveling Wave Ion Mobility-Q-TOF mass spectrometer equipped with an Acquity UPLC system, dual polarity lock-spray ESI ion source

 

Waters Xevo G2 QTOF mass spectrometer with an Acquity UPLC system and dual polarity lock-spray ESI ion source


 

Waters HDMS Synapt G2-S Traveling Wave Ion Mobility-Q-TOF mass spectrometer equipped with an Acquity UPLC system, dual polarity lock-spray ESI ion source

 

Thermo Scientific Q-Exactive+ equipped with an HCD cell and orbitrap mass analyzer modified with a DESI ion source for imaging analysis. 
 

 

Several resistive glass custom-built drift tube ion mobility spectrometers equipped with DART SVP and ID-CUBE ion sources

 

ESI Agilent G6410AA triple quadrupole mass spectrometer equipped with microplasma-based ion source (joint with Thom Orlando).

 

Systems Mass Spectrometry Core

Prof. Fernandez directs SyMS-C.
 

BIMS instrumentation page

Prof. Fernandez, together with Prof. Al Merrill,
direct the Bioimaging Mass Spectrometry Center at GT.

CoS MS Facility instrumentation page

We heavily interact with the CoS MS facility managed by Dr. Cameron Sullards.