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Proteomics goes parallel

Massively parallel sequencing of peptides could signal a new era of high-throughput proteomics.

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Figure 1: Peptide fluorosequencing as described by Swaminathan et al.1


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Collins, B., Aebersold, R. Proteomics goes parallel. Nat Biotechnol 36, 1051–1053 (2018).

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