ABRF Panel Addresses Challenges of Implementing Mass Spectrometry into Core Labs | GenomeWeb

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A professor of chemistry at Washington University, Michael Gross is one of three people who run the mass spectrometry facility at the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Research Resources at the school.

The facility is housed in three laboratories, including one located in the chemistry department that Gross oversees. The two remaining laboratories, including one devoted entirely to proteomics, are based in the university's School of Medicine.

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