Life Science workflows get proteomics website

Agilent Technologies has launched, which is a website that provides the latest instrument, software and workflow-related information to proteomics researchers.

The site provides overviews of common proteomics challenges including biomarker discovery, protein identification, quantitative proteomics, glycan and glycoprotein analysis, phosphoprotein analysis, and intact protein analysis.

It also provides access to recent posters, applications technical notes, videos, events, promotions and information about innovative Agilent products designed to optimise sample preparation and analysis.

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