Recent Patents of Interest in Proteomics

US Patent No. 8,354,234. Mass spectrometric analysis of ligand conjugated magnetic nanoparticles. Inventors: Yu-Ju Chen; Po-Chiao Lin; Chun-Cheng Lin; Shu-Hua Chen;Po-Hung Chou; Hsin-Kai Liao. Assignee: Academia Sinica

Covers methods and systems for mass spec analysis of ligand-conjugated magnetic nanoparticles capable of screening samples for a given analyte. The invention also covers MALDI matrices composed of these nanoparticles.

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