Targeted Proteomics: Achieving High Throughput and High Sensitivity
Targeted mass spectrometry is a powerful technique to support hypothesis-driven proteomics experiments. It alleviates the problem of missing values between samples but also increases the overall sensitivity compared to data-dependent and data-independent acquisition methods. However, a major limitation of targeted proteomics is the compromise that must be found between the number of targets measured in a single run, the duration of the liquid chromatography separation and the overall sensitivity.
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