New, More Accurate Isobaric-Tagging Methods Could Improve Quantitative Proteomics | GenomeWeb

By Adam Bonislawski

Two papers published this month in the online edition of Nature Methods offer potential solutions to the precursor-interference issues that have hindered the use of isobaric tagging in proteomics research.

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