For screening workflows, TASQ enables the elimination of false positive findings by efficiently exploiting diagnostic ions (pseudo-molecular ions, adducts, isomers, fragment ions) and retention time data to form the basis of confirmation / elimination criteria.
After processing accurate mass and retention time data, TASQ applies the user definable diagnostic ion confirmation criteria to the experimental findings to establish the presence or absence of compounds in
the target list.
Optional application specific, exact mass compound databases are available from Bruker for cross referencing your experimental observations.
In addition to the standard multipoint calibration functions, TASQ 1.1 supports two new semi-quantitative calibration workflows
1. Legacy calibration
- No need to recalibrate every time: Users can quantitate current samples against “old” multicomponent calibration curves
2. Single-point calibration
- For fast semi-quantitative analysis, ideal for rapid and low cost, pass/fail threshold analysis
Fast, data reporting with preconfigured reports
TASQ Screening and quantitative data is then available for reporting or alternatively for export to LIMS for further customized processing and subsequent reporting