William Henzel, John Stults, Colin Watanabe, Ruedi Aebersold, Kevin Corcoran | GenomeWeb

At the ASMS’ 50th annual meeting last week in Orlando, Fl., the society awarded its 2002 Distinguished Contribution Award to William Henzel, John Stults, and Colin Watanabe of Genentech, based in South San Francisco, California. The award, given to recognize a focused, singular achievement in, or contribution to, fundamental or applied mass spectrometry, is for the trio’s implementation of peptide mass fingerprinting for the rapid identification of protein components.

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