The resolving power provided by contemporary 1D- and 2D-LC technology is insufficient to tackle the complex sample mixtures encountered in modern life-science studies, where each sample may contain hundreds of thousands of proteins. Furthermore, when high-peak capacity separations can be realized, it is often only achieved at the expense of very long analysis times, making the technology intrinsically unsuitable for biomarker discovery and validation studies.
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