Aebersold and Colleagues Develop Cheaper, Easier Way to Develop SRM Assays | GenomeWeb

By Tony Fong

A team of German and Swiss researchers led by Ruedi Aebersold has devised a new method for developing single-reaction monitoring assays that they said eliminates a significant bottleneck associated with the process.

In a study published Dec. 7 in the online edition of Nature Methods, the researchers also demonstrated the use of their method against all known yeast kinases and phosphatases.

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