Researchers, Vendors Looking to MALDI-TOF MS to Improve Mold Identification | GenomeWeb

With MALDI-TOF-based microbiology assays making significant headway in terms of clinical adoption, researchers and vendors have begun turning their sights on new applications for the technology.

Among these new applications is mold identification, where MALDI mass spec could offer significant improvements in both accuracy and turnaround time compared to conventional methods.

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