NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – University of Michigan researchers have developed peptide identification software that could improve open database searching in mass spec-based proteomics.

Named MSFragger, the software, which was described in a paper published this week in Nature Methods, allows researchers to more rapidly perform searches for unknown and unexpected protein modifications and variants.

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