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(C) Wolf G Kroner 2010 - mass spectrometric dataHandling Suppliers of Mass Spectrometers Delicately

July 2010. Manufacturers of mass spectrometers have comprehensible reasons to capture buyers, but initiatives to create uniform standards across instrumentation platforms are lacking continuity and disinterest, says proteomics researcher Michael Myers, Group Leader, Protein Networks at the International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Trieste (IT). Notwithstanding users of mass spectrometers are not thrown upon suppliers’ mercy.

 

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