Max Planck Researchers Demonstrate Method for Identifying Glycosylated Proteins via Mass Spec

The method, which the scientists detailed in the May 28 issue of Cell, enabled them to identify via high-resolution mass spec 6,367 N-glycosylation sites on 2,352 proteins, and will improve mass spec analysis of a wide range of post-translational modifications, according to Matthias Mann, the study's lead author.

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