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New proteomics tutorial

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The latest in a series of tutorials prepared under the International Proteomics Tutorial Programme has been released: Basics of mass spectrometry based metabolomics.

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Boron artifacts in mass spectrometry originating from glass bottles

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Unexpected borate complexes detected during the electrospray ionisation mass spectrometry of hydroxy acids were traced to trimethyl borate from borosilicate glass bottles that leached into the methanol being stored.

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Human or animal blood?

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A simple non-destructive optical method has been developed to distinguish between human and nonhuman blood primarily for customs purposes.

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Waters inaugurates new center of innovation

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Waters has inaugurated Colorado State University's Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility into its Centers of Innovation Program.

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Food firmness predicted from combined acoustic and optical data

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The firmness of peaches, and other fruit, can be estimated accurately by a non-destructive method combining acoustic and optical measurements.

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Billion-fold increase in NMR signal for ions in solution

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β-NMR spectroscopy, previously used for nuclear physics and solid-state physics, has now been applied to solutions, providing unprecedented sensitivity for magnesium ions.

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Agilent to close NMR business

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Agilent Technologies has announced plans to close its Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) business, with the loss of around 300 jobs.

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Colour grading of baby stools as a clinical aid

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The changes in colour of the stools from healthy neonatal babies have been categorised by spectral reflectance to form the basis of a system for detecting clinical defects.

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NASA’s Mars fleet poised for comet flyby

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The combined forces of the NASA Martian space fleet will be temporarily diverted from their main missions to focus their attention on a unique event - a comet flyby.

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Quest Diagnostics opens 'lab of the future'

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Quest Diagnostics, a US provider of diagnostic information services, has opened its new clinical test laboratory in Marlborough, Massachusetts.

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