Meyer, Helmut E.
August 2003
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Aug2003, Vol. 376 Issue 7, p945
Academic Journal
The article discusses on proteomics. As a synonym for proteomics, high-throughput proteome analysis emerged at the same time, describing the final goal of a proteome analysis as the identification, characterization and quantification of all proteins in a given cell, tissue or organism under defined conditions. Analyzing several hundreds of thousands of MS/MS spectra from a single sample currently needs a couple of months of manpower to get validated results.


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