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Mass spectrometry is an analytical method used to identify different compounds based on the atomic sample constitution of the molecules and their charge state, which enables “blind” analysis of an unknown sample without any prior knowledge of its composition.
Research on mice shows unexpected effect of intermittent fasting on fat metabolism

Research on mice shows unexpected effect of intermittent fasting on fat metabolism

Intact Protein Mass Spectrometry of Cell Culture Harvest Guides Cell Line Development for Trispecific Antibodies

Intact Protein Mass Spectrometry of Cell Culture Harvest Guides Cell Line Development for Trispecific Antibodies

Mass Spectrometry‐Based Strategies for Therapeutic Antibodies Extensive Characterization and Optimization

Mass Spectrometry‐Based Strategies for Therapeutic Antibodies Extensive Characterization and Optimization

Combining AIMS with machine learning to speed up breast cancer diagnosis

Combining AIMS with machine learning to speed up breast cancer diagnosis

MicroNIR/Chemometrics approach to hemp flour monitoring successfully identifies residual cannabinoid content

MicroNIR/Chemometrics approach to hemp flour monitoring successfully identifies residual cannabinoid content

Mass spectrometry analyzing ozonolysis of triacylglycerols determines fingerprint age

Mass spectrometry analyzing ozonolysis of triacylglycerols determines fingerprint age

Applying integrated lipidomics and proteomics in multiple myeloma reveals potential disease pathways

Applying integrated lipidomics and proteomics in multiple myeloma reveals potential disease pathways

Using nitrogen in place of helium for DART-MS application could be a greener, more convenient alternative

Using nitrogen in place of helium for DART-MS application could be a greener, more convenient alternative

Lipidomics of human adipose tissue reveals diversity between body areas

Lipidomics of human adipose tissue reveals diversity between body areas

Progesterone induces sperm release from oviductal epithelial cells by modifying sperm proteomics

Progesterone induces sperm release from oviductal epithelial cells by modifying sperm proteomics