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Multiplexed quantitative analysis of PTMs for monitoring changes in protein interactions and subcellular localization

Noah Dephoure, Assistant Professor Weill Cornell Medical College, deliberates on how the emergence of Proteomic mass spectrometry to monitor, track and quanitfy protein phosphorylation events has overcome limitations using traditional biochemical methods. He keenly also underscores how development of the novel TMT10plex™ isobaric mass tag labeling system, in concert with state-of-the-art advancements in analytical mass spectrometry, have enabled more accurate, high-throughput quantitative proteomics.

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