NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bruker Daltonics and Boston University's Mass Spectrometry Resource plan to collaborate to apply high performance ion trap mass spectrometry and Fourier transform mass spec to glycomics and proteomics research, Bruker announced today.

Catherine Costello, director of the Boston University School of Medicine's Center for Biomedical Mass Spectrometry, and her colleagues plan to use Bruker's solariX FTMS with a 12 Tesla magnet, with electron transfer dissociation and electron capture dissociation capabilities, for their proteomics and glycomics studies.

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