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Protein Characterization

How to enable detailed analysis of protein modifications and structural elements

The proteome is not only characterized by its dynamics in time, space and concentration for a given set of proteins, but also by the occurrence and distribution of modified, mutated, or truncated forms.

Detection and characterization of PTMs—such as phosphorylation of glycosylation—is supported in ProteinScape and BioTools.

By combining bottom-up and top-down approaches with powerful bioinformatics characterization tools, Bruker provides biologists and mass spectrometrists with a multidimensional toolbox for deciphering the proteome.

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Phosphorylation site localization in TGSESSQTGTSTTSSR on an amaZon speed ETD. Sample courtesy of Dr. Yu-Ju Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
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