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Proteomics

Fields & Applications

Translational Proteomics: Solving the Reproducibility Riddle

| David Chiang

Data analysis in proteomics is not fit for purpose – but here’s how we can get on track

Fields & Applications

(Still) Surfing the Proteomics Wave

Sitting Down With…persistent proteomics pioneer, John Yates III, the Scripps Institute

Fields & Applications

The Road to HPLC2018 Part IV: The Grand Challenge of Whole Proteins

| Neil Kelleher

Will we see progress in intact protein separations for top-down mass spec in 2018?

Techniques & Tools

The Magnificent Tens

The Power List 2017: the 10 Top 10 scientists in separations, mass spec, pharma and more…

Techniques & Tools

Upping the (Analytical) Ante

| Vincent Remcho and Patricia Valian Reser

Vincent Remcho shares personal highlights of "Riva in Texas" – and his new consumables concept

Fields & Applications

Onwards and Upwards

| Charlotte Barker

Editor Charlotte Barker reflects on the past, present and future of analytical science

Techniques & Tools

Mass Spectrometry Takes Flight

We present nine application notes that highlight the versatility of mass spectrometry techniques.

Fields & Applications

Three. That's the Magic Number

3D printing helps translate 3D-LC from theory into reality

Techniques & Tools

Joining Forces: Powerful Proteomics

An ambitious proteomics project from University of Cambridge, Francis Crick Institute and SCIEX

Fields & Applications

Thirty Years of Chromatography Research

| Pat Sandra

Pat reflects on change, challenges and success – and offers a glimpse of our field’s future.

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