This Week in Science

In this week's Science, a group of Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry researchers describe a new high-resolution mass spectrometric method for identifying and quantifying secreted proteins, demonstrating it on proteins released from immune cells upon receptor ligation. The work "enables a systematic dissection of signaling pathways and the identification of proteins with transcriptionally independent or unexpected extracellular functions," the researchers write.

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