Is Your Meat Tender? Proteomics May Provide the Answer | GenomeWeb

By Tony Fong

This story originally ran on June 24.

How tender is that cut of beef on your plate?

Up to now, there has been no truly accurate way of telling without biting into the meat, but using a mass spectrometry-based approach, researchers from Ohio State University performed a functional proteomics analysis that may eventually lead to a more precise method for predicting beef tenderness.

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