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Realizing the Potential of Top-down Proteomics

Article   Jan 29, 2019 | by Andrew F. Jarnuczak, PhD

 
Realizing the Potential of Top-down Proteomics

Top-down proteomics analysis has proved useful for the characterization of histone PTMs.

 
 
 

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