Mass Spec Then and Now, Next-Gen Sequencing Market Heats Up, and Prenatal Diagnostics Come into Focus | GenomeWeb

Proteomics was featured front and center in Genome Technology's June 2002 issue, with a cover story on mass spectrometry instruments. "With vendors continually leaping over each other, mass spec technologies for proteomic analysis are advancing faster than you can say 'Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance,'" GT said at the time. Ten years ago, researchers had plenty of options when it came to choosing a mass spectrometer, and now they have even more, though time-of-flight machines remain a favorite.

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