Number Crunching to Generate Smaller MS Data Files

Sharing is good, and this includes proteomics data. Proteomics data sharing is constrained by file type and size, however, which hinders both translation of results across systems and physical portability among users. The merging of the two initial open XML (Extensible Markup Language) file formats into mzML has freed researchers from their equipment choices and thus enabled platform-independent analysis. Unfortunately, with the Read the rest of this article

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