US Patent No. 8,502,137. Mass spectrometry systems. Inventor: Robert Grothe. Assignee: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

Covers methods for mass spectrometry analysis, calibration, data collection, and identification of proteins and peptides, including a phase-modeling analysis for identification of proteins and peptides.


US Patent No. 8,501,669. Systems and methods of screening biomarkers in bodily fluids. Inventors: Richard Selinfreund; Rakesh Vig; Richard Gill. Assignee: Companion Diagnostics

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