Innovative Grade US Origin Horse Plasma Reference 3-13-16

Posted by Leanne Kodsman on

Innovative Research's Innovative Grade US Origin Horse Plasma was recently used in the following study:

Multiple Reaction Monitoring for Direct Quantitation of Intact Proteins Using a Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer

EH Wang, PC Combe, KA Schug - Journal of The American Society for Mass Spectrometry
... Louis, MO, USA). Protein standards studied ranged in molecular weight from 8.6 to 28.4 kDa. As biological matrices, human urine was donated from a volunteer in our laboratory and plasmas from equine and bovine were purchased from Innovative Research (Novi, MI, USA)....

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