NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Bruker's launch of its timsTOF Pro mass spectrometer at last week's annual meeting of the Human Proteome Organization features a new workflow that the company and collaborating researchers said could significantly up the depth and sensitivity of shotgun proteomic experiments.

The timsTOF Pro, and specifically its trapped ion mobility spectrometry (TIMS) technology, enables the PASEF (Parallel Accumulation - Serial Fragmentation) mass spec method developed by Bruker and the lab of Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry researcher Matthias Mann.

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