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What a difference two decades makes.

Nature Biotechnology spoke last week with John Cottrell, David Creasy, and Darryl Pappin, developers of the popular protein identification software Mascot, looking back at how proteomics has changed since they developed their first algorithms for peptide mass fingerprinting back in 1993.

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