Caltech Researchers Use PEG-tagging to Simplify Study of Glycosylation Stoichiometries | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on July 29.

By Adam Bonislawski

Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have developed a polyethylene glycol-based mass-tagging strategy for the analysis of glycosylated proteins that does not require protein purification, advanced instrumentation, or expensive radiolabels, according to the Caltech team.

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