Vanderbilt Researchers to Use Waters' Synapt in Oncology Studies | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Waters announced today that researchers at Vanderbilt University will use the firm’s Synapt HDMS system to enhance their tissue imaging capabilities in oncology studies being conducted at the school’s Mass Spectrometry Research Center.
 
Researchers at the center are using mass spec technologies to identify and visualize protein expression changes in cells through various stages of cancer.
 

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