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- The latest advances in instrumentation, sample-preparation techniques, and innovative technologies and hybrid applications were among the topics covered at the recent ASMS annual meeting in Denver. Scientists from the University of Washington (Seattle) and New Objective discussed their use of a nanoLC-MS system to separate and ionize peptides ...
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