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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Since Sciex launched its Swath data-independent acquisition mass spec method in 2011, DIA mass spec has carved out a significant space within proteomics.

Swath and Swath-style workflows developed by other vendors (Thermo Fisher Scientific, most notably), have seen rapid uptake among proteomics researchers drawn largely by the method's quantitative capabilities, which potentially offer higher throughput and higher reproducibility across samples than traditional data-dependent mass spec methods.

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