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From dried blood spot cards, punchers, instruments, reagents to informatics, PerkinElmer's mass spectrometry solutions empower newborn screening laboratories across the globe to meet their demands.


Why choose our MSMS solutions for expanded screening?

With the NeoBase™ non-derivatized kit you can measure amino acids, acylcarnitines and succinylacetone simultaneously
UP TO 40 METABOLIC DISORDERS CAN BE RECOGNIZED FROM A SINGLE DBS SAMPLE
COMBINED PREVALENCE OF ALL DETECTABLE DISORDERS ~1 : 3,000
Product may not be available in all countries. Please check availability with your local PerkinElmer representative.
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NeBASE Non-derivatized MSMS kit


Kit includes all components you need for effective newborn screening

Our tandem mass spectrometry, derivatized assay allows for the measurement of 30-40 markers to support screening of more than 30 genetic metabolic disorders simultaneously.

For disorders screened with MSMS technology

NeoBase™ Non-derivatized MSMS kit

Is intended for the measurement and evaluation of amino acid, free carnitine and acylcarnite concentrations (the AAAC panel) and succinylacetone from newborn heel prick blood samples dried on filter paper with the non-derivatized method. - View kit

For disorders screened with MSMS technology

NeoBase™ Non-derivatized Assay Solutions

The NeoBase™ Non-derivatized Assay Solutions are intended for in vitro diagnostic use with the NeoBase Non-derivatized MSMS Kit and the NeoBase Succinylacetone Assay Solution. - View kit

For disorders screened with MSMS technology

NeoBase™ Succinylacetone Assay Solution

The NeoBase™ Succinylacetone Assay Solution is intended for in vitro diagnostic use with the NeoBase Non-derivatized MSMS Kit (3040-0010/3040-001U) and the NeoBase Nonderivatized Assay Solutions (3041-0020). - View kit

For disorders screened with MSMS technology

NeoGram AAAC Tandem Mass Spectrometry kit

The AAAC Multilevel DBS is prepared in whole human blood. The hemoglobin concentration is approximately 170 g/L prior to dispensing onto filter paper, and hematocrit level approximately 50–55%. The product is for maintenance use only. - View kit

For For lysosomal storage disorders (LSD's)

NeoLSD™ MSMS Kit

The first commercial IVD kit for newborn screening of Pompe, MPS-I, Fabry, Gaucher, Niemann-Pick A/B and Krabbe disorders from a single DBS sample. The NeoLSD™ MSMS Kit is intended for the quantitative measurement of the activity of the enzymes acid-β-glucocerebrosidase (ABG), acid-sphingomyelinase (ASM), acid α glucosidase (GAA), β galactocerebrosidase (GALC), α-galactosidase A (GLA) and α-L-iduronidase (IDUA) in dried blood spots (DBS) from newborn babies - View kit

For Disorders screened with MSMS technology

NeoBase™ 2 Non-derivatized MSMS kit

The next generation in tandem mass spectrometry based newborn screening, the NeoBase 2 Non-derivatized MSMS kit gives you the ability to screen for all the common acid, organic acid and fatty acid oxidation disorders as well as purine and peroxisomal metabolic disorders from newborn heel prick blood samples. - View kit

For Disorders screened with MSMS technology

NeoBase™ 2 Non-derivatized Assay Solutions

The NeoBase™ 2 Non-derivatized Assay Solutions are intended for in vitro diagnostic use with the NeoBase™ 2 Non-derivatized MSMS kit (3044-0010) to extract target analytes from blood samples dried on filter paper and to carry target analytes to the MSMS system. - View kit

For Disorders screened with MSMS technology

NeoBase™ 2 Succinylacetone Assay Solution

The NeoBase™ 2 Succinylacetone Assay Solution is intended for in vitro diagnostic use with the NeoBase 2 Non-derivatized MSMS kit (3044-0010) and the NeoBase2 Non-derivatized Assay Solutions (3045-0010) to extract succinylacetone from blood samples dried on filter paper. Measurement of argininosuccinic acid requires use of NeoBase 2 Succinylacetone Assay Solution - View kit

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