A team led by researchers at the University of Washington has developed a multiplexed approach to data-independent acquisition mass spec that could offer significant gains in precursor selectivity.

Described in a paper published this week in Nature Methods, the technique uses the simultaneous measurement of multiple narrow m/z isolation windows to reduce precursor interference issues associated with DIA analysis while retaining the method's breadth and speed.

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