This Week in Cell

A team from the US and UK introduce a mass spec-based proteomic approach known as quantitative temporal viromics, or QTV, that it used for characterizing proteins in the human cytomegalovirus over different stages of infection. The multiplexed tandem-mass-tag-based method identified more than 8,000 cellular proteins in HCMV — a set that includes possible treatment targets and proteins prone to interactions with the innate and adaptive immune pathways in the host.

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