Thermo Fisher Scientific Proteome Discover 2.1

Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched its Proteome Discover 2.1 platform. The system offers a comprehensive data analysis for quantitative and qualitative proteomics research using a node-based processing framework. The new version incorporates additional support for analyzing large data sets, an updated user interface for quantitative ratios, and enhanced capabilities for tandem mass tag quantitation workflows.


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