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The Journal of Proteomics, official publication of the European Proteomics Association (EuPA), has released a special issue on computational proteomics (2015)1 packed with original research papers on current advances in the proteomics bioinformatics world. Curated by three researchers active within the subject, Paulo Carvalho, Gabriel Padron and Yasset Perez-Riverol, the edition is a valuable resource Read the rest of this article
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Sanchis et al. (2015) present a sensitive and efficient method for measuring primary aromatic amine (PAA) contamination in foodstuffs using liquid chromatography coupled with high resolution mass spectrometry (LC-HRMS)1. The method the researchers propose benefits food safety monitoring by providing both targeted measurement of PAAs but also post-target screening for other common migratory contaminants such Read the rest of this article
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Why people fall for pseudoscience (and how academics can fight back) | Higher Education Network | The Guardian bit.ly/1PcyTuN
According to Wiśniewski et al. (2014), using the mass spectrometry (MS) signal generated by histones is a reliable and easily implemented first step in quantitating proteins.1 Furthermore, using the “proteomic ruler” tool developed by the authors, researchers can cut out several steps that potentially introduce error in MS-based proteomic quantitative analysis. Since its introduction into Read the rest of this article