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Directed mass spectrometry-based approaches for characterization of protein phosphorylation
Describes the utilization of alkaline phosphatase-derivatized Bioreactive Probes for delineating phosphorylation patterns of salivary proteins.

Rapid apolipoprotein phenotyping using Mass Spectrometric Immunoassay approaches
Describes the detection of polymorphisms and posttranslational modifications in apolipoproteins from human plasma.

High-throughput characterization of hemoglobin from neonates using MALDI-TOF MS
Describes a high-throughput characterization (~100 samples per hour) of hemoglobin from neonates using trypsin-derivatized Bioreactive Probes.

Population Proteomics™: Addressing the human protein diversity
Describes the very first effort to catalogue the incidence of protein point mutations and posttranslational modifications in the healthy population.

Phenotyping characterization of human urine proteins using Mass Spectrometric Immunoassay
Describes rapid and specific phenotypic characterization of multiple protein targets from a small study population.

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