NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Canadian researchers are using Thermo Fisher Scientific’s LTQ Orbitrap ion trap mass spectrometer in studies of protein interactions and their involvement in diseases.
 
Thermo Fisher said today that the Institut de Recherches Cliniques in Montreal is using the firm’s mass spectrometry technology in its efforts to develop a more complete understanding of the human proteome through the Human Proteotheque Initiative.
 

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