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November 2007

Volume 6Issue 11p1829-2044
Open Access
On the cover, electron transfer dissociation (ETD) is a powerful new approach for post-translational modification discovery and for large peptide sequencing via mass spectrometry. In this issue, Good et al. examine the performance of this new technology and demonstrate that the magnitude of the ETD reagent anion is critical for expedient sequence analysis. For details, see the article by Good et al., pages 1942–1951....
On the cover, electron transfer dissociation (ETD) is a powerful new approach for post-translational modification discovery and for large peptide sequencing via mass spectrometry. In this issue, Good et al. examine the performance of this new technology and demonstrate that the magnitude of the ETD reagent anion is critical for expedient sequence analysis. For details, see the article by Good et al., pages 1942–1951.

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