Where are they now? | GenomeWeb

Where are they now?

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A year ago our cover story touched on the potential for Fourier transform mass spectrometry to advance the field of proteomics. FT/MS mass spec, we noted, in theory offers the highest mass accuracy and resolution of any mass spec technique for studying complex protein mixtures, and enables “top-down” proteomics experiments that can identify the type and location of post-translational modifications to a protein. At the time, vendors were fully engaged in developing FT/MS instruments both easy to use and at a cost many labs could afford.

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