The success or failure of many MS experiments depends on the ability to reliably detect low-abundance peptides of interest while screening out unwanted noise. High-field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry (FAIMS) can help users achieve superior selectivity by enriching targeted ions into the LC-MS instrument for analysis, while deflecting away non-target ions that would otherwise generate background interference.
In this eBook, we introduce 3 research groups in academia and industry making use of FAIMS technology in their proteomics work.
|Case study 1: Getting the Whole, Big Picture; Neil Kelleher Ph.D., Northwestern University|
Case study 2: Grounds for Comparison; Devin Schweppe Ph.D., Steven Gygi’s Lab, Harvard Medical School
|Case study 3: Sniffing out Signatures of Cancer; Yeoun Jin Kim Ph.D., AstraZeneca|