Recent Patents of Interest in Proteomics | GenomeWeb

Recent Patents of Interest in Proteomics
US Patent No. 7,906,759. Mass spectroscopy system and mass spectroscopy method. Inventors: Naomi Manri, Takashi Baba, Hiroyuki Satake. Assignee: Hitachi High-Technologies.

Covers a tandem mass spectrometer system in which the sample is ionized at the desired polarity, fragment ions obtained by dissociating the ion are analyzed in the first or section mass spec section, the polarity of the second mass spec section is determined based on this analysis, and the mass spectroscopy is carried out.

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