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Featured article at Nature Communications

The article 'Quantitative proteomics identifies redox switches for global translation modulation by mitochondrially produced reactive oxygen species' by Ida Suppanz and coworkers has been featured in a collection on biomolecular mass spectrometry.

Nature Communications has put together a themed collection on biomolecular mass spectrometry to celebrate 30 years of electrospray ionization of biomolecules as well as the 20th anniversary of the Orbitrap mass analyzer. The collection includes the recent study conducted by Ida Suppanz and coworkers with the group of Agnieszka Chacinska describing a new mechanism that enables mitochondria with impaired redox balance to regulate the synthesis of new proteins in the cytoplasm.

In addition to research articles from different areas of protein mass spectrometry, the collection also showcases personal views of the invention and development of Electrospray Ionization and high-resoloution mass spectrometry. Enjoy reading this valuable resource on biomolecular mass spectrometry. The collection can be accessed at www.nature.com/collections/ncomms-mass-spec.

 

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