Mass Spec Informatics and Applications Take Center Stage at ASMS 2012 | GenomeWeb

VANCOUVER, BC – "Evolutionary" – as opposed to "revolutionary" – was the buzzword at the American Society for Mass Spectrometry's 2012 meeting held here this week, as mass spec vendors offered little in the way of blockbuster new releases but focused instead on incremental improvements to existing platforms along with expanded applications and additions to separations and informatics portfolios.

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