Aebersold and Colleagues Develop Absolute Quantification Method Suitable for All Cell Types | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on July 21 and has been updated to include additional comments.

By Tony Fong

While relative quantification has served an important function in biology, the goal of absolute quantification has largely evaded proteomics.

But using classic mass spectrometry-based proteomics, researchers in Switzerland have developed an absolute quantification method that that they said will become a "cornerstone of quantitative biology and systems biology."

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