I'm just going to leave this here.
As someone who believes that NanoLC is one of the 3 main reasons why proteomics isn't taken seriously, wow, am I ever excited to think about throwing a 2 micron internal diameter column into my workflows
75 picograms of peptides. 1,000 proteins ID'ed.
I presume a 1 uL bubble in this system takes 11 years to get out of your system, but it is interesting nonetheless.
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