As a clinical tool, mass spectrometry (MS) boasts high analytical specificity and sensitivity, multiplexing capability, and low sample cost. Runs can be staggered into the machine to maximize instrument time. MS is also versatile since protocols can be developed for a new biomarker without waiting for an FDA-approved kit or assay.
Clinical MS debuted on the clinical scene around a century ago. Learn about how this technology has evolved over time.
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