MRM

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MRM

abbreviation for
mechanically recovered meat: a reconstituted meat product created from offal and other meat waste, often used in hamburgers, sausages, pies, etc
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The relative abundance of two plasma proteins, LG3BP and C163A, was measured using multiple reaction monitoring mass spectrometry.
"We envision that in the near future we will be able to diagnose and monitor therapeutic strategies in diabetes with only a drop of saliva, through ultra-sensitive and highly specific techniques such as the Multiple Reaction Monitoring used in our study as well as real-time, non-invasive, salivary glucose monitoring devices."
Here we demonstrate the robustness and analytical performance of mass spectrometry-based apolipoprotein quantification using stable isotope dilution and multiple reaction monitoring (SID-MRM) on a triple quadrupole for routine practice in clinical laboratories.
This article describes use of a triple quadrupole GC/MS/MS method using multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) mode for sensitive and selective detection and quantitation of organochlorine pesticides and PCBs.
Valley Cottage, NY, April 09, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) is a technique used to detect proteins and peptides in biological samples.
The software can be used to design, refine and optimize Selected Reaction Monitoring (SRM) / Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) and Full Scan MS and MS/MS quantitative methods based on protein sequences and user-defined rules.
The Xpresys Lung test, introduced last year, assesses the relative abundance of proteins from multiple pathways related to lung cancer, utilising multiple reaction monitoring mass spectroscopy (MRM-mass spec).
Multiple Reaction Monitoring. Multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) is the main current approach for highly confident protein and peptide quantification.
It delivers enhanced sensitivity, precision, accuracy, linearity and a dynamic range for multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) assays.
The retention time stability, enabled by advances in MFCPlus (microfluidic flow control technology) is suitable for quantitative applications such as scheduled multiple reaction monitoring workflow and Swath acquisition.
Using Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) can have advantages as it is a mode by which data is recorded in MS/MS.
The Waters Xevo TQ Mass Spectrometer is a tandem quadrupole system equipped with a novel collision cell design that allows full-scan MS and quantitative MRM (multiple reaction monitoring) data to be acquired in a single analytical run.

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