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Proteomic Sample Multiplexing Comes of Age

For a young person, turning 18 is a big milestone. In most countries, this is the age when you are legally recognized as an adult, able to vote in elections and are eligible for military service. For ...

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Are Your Cells on a Star Athlete Diet?

Everyone needs a balanced diet to stay healthy. As an extreme example, professional athletes require a scientifically constructed diet to achieve peak performance, along with a scientifically designed...

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A Closer Look into Microplastics

Courtesy of IS-X.Why is plastic — having a lifespan of several hundred years or more — widely used for disposable tools and containers? This is a paradoxical question that is hard to answer, but it pr...

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The Silent Threat of Emerging Contaminants

The awareness of emerging contaminants should be attributed to Rachel Carson for her 1962 book “Silent Spring.” She convincingly showed that the widespread usage of DDT to eliminate mosquitoes and oth...

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5 Ways to Become a Biopharma MAM Master

More Than MonitoringThe Multi-Attribute Method (MAM) for structural confirmation of protein therapeutics involves a targeted search of peptide mapping data using advanced, GMP compliance-ready softwar...

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How to Stop Your Mass Spectrometer Procrastination

If 10 years ago you told me I would be writing an article about avoiding procrastination I would have laughed as I thought I was a procrastinator myself. I have come to realise that it wasn’t ‘true’ p...

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How to Make Cancer Face the Music

Antibodies are Y-shaped proteins produced by specialized cells of the body’s immune system. They are complex heterogeneous molecules approximately 150k Da in mass. Antibodies can identify and bind dis...

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