At MSACL 2014, Advances in MS-based Clinical Proteomics Draws Increased Scrutiny of Field's Methods | GenomeWeb

SAN DIEGO – The Mass Spectrometry Applications to the Clinical Laboratory annual meeting arrived this week in San Diego with mass spec-based clinical proteomics having made significant strides in the last year.

In October, for instance, Integrated Diagnostics launched its Xpresys Lung test, the first multiplexed proteomic test to go to market using multiple-reaction monitoring mass spec on a triple quadrupole instrument.

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