ZEISS Laser Capture Microdissection (LCM): Bridging the Gap between LCM and Proteomics

August 1, 2011
Most proteomic applications face two major challenges. One is the requirement of substantial amounts of tissue for a comprehensive characterization. The second is to guarantee tissue specificity in order to obtain significant results. Join the webinar and find out why Sarah Schwartz, Acting Metabolomics MS Director at DHMRI, Kannapolis, USA knows that ZEISS now bridges the gap between LCM and Proteomics. For more details visit http://www.zeiss.com/microdissection
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