Researchers Devise Fast MS Proteome Profiling Workflow for Use in Chinese Human Proteome Project | GenomeWeb

Researchers at the Beijing Proteome Research Center have developed a fast mass spec workflow that enables profiling of whole mammalian proteomes in as little as half a day.

Detailed in a paper published this week in Molecular & Cellular Proteomics, the method has become the standard mass spec workflow for the Chinese Human Proteome Project, said Jun Qin, a Baylor College of Medicine researcher and leader of the CHPP's mass spectrometry efforts.

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