RELEASE: MOBILion partners with BOKU Vienna to introduce high-resolution ion mobility in Europe

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RELEASE: MOBILion partners with BOKU Vienna to introduce high-resolution ion mobility in Europe

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Collaboration seeks to provide BOKU with next-generation analytical capabilities

CHADDS FORD, Pa., Jan. 4, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- MOBILion Systems, Inc., a life sciences tools and instrumentation company, has partnered with Vienna University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU ), an Agilent partner laboratory, to install its first MOBIE® instrument in Europe. This collective effort will allow BOKU to advance its cutting-edge research, which is of great interest to the European pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, environmental testing and academic communities, who will also benefit by gaining access to MOBILion's next-generation separation platform.

The MOBIE system improves and accelerates workflows for a wide variety of analyte classes, providing more accurate identifications and analyzes 5 to 60 times faster than conventional methods. The added dimension of separation simplifies subsequent data analysis by producing cleaner spectra and increases throughput while offering unprecedented reproducibility. The MOBIE platform is available as a field upgrade or as a complete system and is compatible with the Agilent 6545, 6545XT and 6546 Q-TOF platforms.

"We are excited to work with BOKU on our first installation of the MOBIE product as we begin our limited launch in Europe. Leveraging their capabilities and expertise allows us to provide access and support to our European customers with demonstrations and training to familiarize themselves with the instruments," he said. Melissa Sherman, CEO of MOBILion.

BOKU's research objectives include investigating rapid separations of molecular and isomeric systems and rigorously evaluating the value of MOBIE in diverse fields ranging from biotechnology to food and environmental studies, where the platform's enhanced separation power can be leveraged. MOBIE on existing technologies.

About MOBILion Systems, Inc. MOBILion Systems, Inc. is an innovative team that is revolutionizing the status quo in separation science. With instruments that characterize complex molecules with greater precision and efficiency than current approaches, MOBILion drives advancement in diverse industries, from biopharmaceutical discovery to food testing and environmental safety. Its technology integrates with mass spectrometry for workflows that unravel complex analyses, Revealing What Others Leave Unseen™. Learn more at

About BOKUThe University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna (BOKU) is a leading European life sciences university dedicated to hypothesis-driven and knowledge-oriented fundamental research. Research at BOKU's Institute of Analytical Chemistry focuses on the development and application of analytical methods, focusing on elemental stable isotope ratio and molecular mass spectrometry, along with elemental imaging and separation techniques.

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