Kelleher Lab IDs 3,000-Plus Protein Species with New High-Throughput Top-Down Proteomics Platform | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on Oct. 31 and has been updated to include comments from an industry executive and outside researcher.

By Adam Bonislawski

A team of scientists led by Northwestern University researcher Neil Kelleher has developed a workflow for high-throughput top-down proteomics, using it to identify more than 3,000 protein species in an analysis of HeLa S3 cells.

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