In December 2001, Genome Technology's cover story focused on proteomics' dependence on two-dimensional gels, even after Ruedi Aebersold had developed his Isotope-Coded Affinity Tag strategy while at the University of Washington. Aebersold is now at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, and in July, he and his colleagues published a paper in Molecular Systems Biology in which they reported using a directed mass spectrometry strategy to detect peptides from a pathogen at different states.

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