Mass Spec Mania

This week's issue of PNAS focuses on mass spectrometry and "attempts to illustrate the breadth and uniqueness of applications of molecular MS to a variety of scientific fields with current examples." Matthias Mann and Neil Kelleher write about how the latest generation of mass spectrometers has helped proteomics come of age and how precision proteomics is now possible.

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