Mass Spec for DNA Analysis? ABRFers Hear from the Experts | GenomeWeb

DENVER, Feb. 12 -- In spite of this meeting's usual protein analysis focus, mass spec applications for DNA analysis seem to have stolen the show at the Association for Biomolecular Resource Facilities conference here this week.

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