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Data-Driven Optimization of DIA Mass-Spectrometry by DO-MS

The article titled “Data-Driven Optimization of DIA Mass-Spectrometry by DO-MS” presents a new approach to optimizing data-independent acquisition (DIA) mass spectrometry. DO-MS uses a data-driven approach to fine-tune DIA methods and maximize peptide and protein identifications. DO-MS optimize parameters for DIA acquisition, leading to improved performance in terms of identification depth, accuracy, and reproducibility. The new approach could have significant implications for the field of proteomics, providing researchers with a powerful tool to improve the quality and efficiency of mass spectrometry-based proteomics experiments. The study utilized our 25cm Aurora Ultimate column for optimal coverage and sensitivity.

 


The study utilized our 25cm Aurora Ultimate column for optimal coverage and sensitivity.

Journal Article – Biorxiv – 2023

Authors

G. Wallmann; A. Leduc; N. Slavov

Title

Data-Driven Optimization of DIA Mass-Spectrometry by DO-MS

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