Recent Developments in LC-MS-MS for the Identification and Measurement of Nanoscale Amounts of Proteins and Peptides

Thomas, Robert
January 2001
Spectroscopy;Jan2001, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p28
Trade Publication
Presents information on the developments in liquid chromatography and mass spectrometers (MS) technology for the analysis of biomolecules. Description of several electrospray devices and components; Discussion of mass spectrometric detection; Benefit of the MS-MS design.


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