MSACL 2015 Sees Continued Focus on Clinical Proteomics' Calibration, Standardization Challenges | GenomeWeb

SAN DIEGO (GenomeWeb) – Mass spec might be the stated focus of The Mass Spectrometry Applications to the Clinical Laboratory annual meeting, but at the conference, held this week in San Diego, instrumentation itself was something of an afterthought. 

Rather, many of the gathering's presentations – at least where proteomics was concerned – centered around processes and workflows leading up to actual mass spec analysis, as researchers continue to refine assays for clinical deployment.

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