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Recent Patents of Interest in Proteomics

US Patent No. 8,372,655. Plate for mass spectrometry, process for preparing the same and use thereof. Inventors: Kenji Tanaka; Lyang-ja Lee; Koji Munechika; Hisashi Arikuni; Bungo Ochiai. Assignee: Protosera

Covers a plate for mass spectrometry that can be prepared with a layer of PVDF and blotted with sample prepared via gel electrophoresis.

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