NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers at China's Fudan University have devised an array-based two-dimensional liquid chromatography system for depletion of high-abundance proteins in plasma samples prior to mass spec analysis.

Detailed in a paper published this week in Analytical Chemistry, the system could offer improvements to what is an essential step in many mass spec workflows.

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