Mass Spectrometry 1: Sample Preparation Virtual Lab
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About the Mass Spectrometry 1: Sample Preparation Virtual Simulation Lab
The MS Sample Preparation simulation is the first simulation in the Mass Spectrometry series. Here, you will assist in a biopsy on a cancer patient and learn how to prepare the sample for mass spectrometry by extracting its phosphopeptides. Will you be able to identify the cancer stage of the patient by looking at the phosphorylation pattern?
Dr. James Longden
Biotech Research and Innovation Centre
University of Copenhagen
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