MDS Announces New Technique for Identifying Known, Unknown Proteins | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 30 – MDS Proteomics of Toronto unveiled Monday a new method designed to directly identify known and unknown proteins based on mass spectrometry data.

Using advanced algorithms developed by Matthias Mann, chief proteomics officer of MDS Proteomics, the PepSea technology is designed to identify any protein and to locate and identify the genes the encode the proteins.

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