Thermo Fisher Inks Collaboration with University of Birmingham for Proteomic, Metabolomic Research | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Thermo Fisher Scientific said yesterday that it has formed a technology alliance with the University of Birmingham, UK.

Under the partnership, the company will work with university researchers on high-resolution accurate mass and triple quadrupole liquid chromatography mass spectrometry for applications in proteomics and metabolomics.

Birmingham researcher Helen Cooper will lead the proteomics work, which will focus on using high-resolution mass spec and gas-phase ion chemistry for top-down and bottom-up analysis of proteins.

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