Researcher Develops New Tube-Gel Protocol for High-Throughput Processing of Membrane Proteins | GenomeWeb

SAN ANTONIO, June 8 (GenomeWeb News) - A University of Kentucky researcher has come up with a high-throughput protocol for preparing membrane proteins for mass spectrometry analysis using only the common reagents associated with regular, in-gel protein digestion.


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