AB Sciex and ISB Collaborating on Development of Libraries, Methods for SWATH Technology | GenomeWeb

AB Sciex said this week that it has signed a multi-year collaboration agreement with the Institute of Systems Biology to develop methods related to its SWATH mass spectrometry technology.

Specifically, the collaboration will focus on configuring the selected-reaction monitoring mass spec libraries collected by ISB via its SRMAtlas project for use with the SWATH technique, Robert Moritz, director of proteomics at ISB, told ProteoMonitor.

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